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Publisher's Summary

In the second book in the explosive Search and Destroy thriller series, Mason Kane, a special ops hero with a questionable past, joins forces with the CIA to neutralize a radical off-shoot of ISIS and unravel a conspiracy emanating from the White House's inner sanctum.

After almost losing his life while foiling a terror plot that threatened to draw the United States into another war, Mason Kane, disgraced American soldier and special operations legend, is still on the government's blacklist. To finally clear his name, Mason strikes a deal with the CIA, throwing himself back into the deadly world of black ops.

But when an asset tied to ISIS leads an old friend into a trap, Mason goes off the grid and finds himself trapped in the middle of a plot involving an extremely violent and highly capable terror cell - with ties to the US president's inner circle. With the help of DOD operative Renee Hart and a team of elite special ops soldiers, Mason is determined to stop an attack aimed at crippling the United States military before time runs out.

Set in the shadows of the war on terror and inspired by the experiences of 82nd Airborne paratrooper Joshua Hood, Warning Order is an action-packed thriller that throws the listener into the murky world of clandestine operations.

©2016 Joshua Hood (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Worth the time.

The early chapters were confusing and of little interest. The last 2/3 of the book held my attention completely. The performance was good throughout.
I would recommend that listeners invest in the first third of the book as it is worthwhile to hear the rest.

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  • 05-26-21

To keep a promise!

Mason Kane, although cleared of all accusations, still struggled with the label that had been put on him. He needed to uncover the entirety of the conspiracy and reveal the leader. All roads lead to someone in the President’s cabinet. To have the infrastructure he needed he made a working deal with the CIA. A former ISIS extremist is being used to sow turmoil within the Middle East region and cause chaos in the U.S. government and its military. The ultimate covert plan is still to return to Iraq to destroy the extremist opposition, promoting the same justification as Colonel Barnes. Unknown to the people giving orders, the extremist is far from sane and has plans of his own. Once again, Renee Hart is assigned to keep an eye on Mason. Their relationship, if you can call it that, is fueled with frustration and doubt. Mason’s only objective is to kill the extremist. Mosul is the gateway into Iraq, the target of the battle to come, and the location of the prize. The action, characters, and story are awesome. I don’t see a third volume available but I hope there is more coming in this series.

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Warning Order

This is the second book in this series, both were fantastic! I recommend off of you like action. Great read. Go for it.

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Joshua Hood is on fire

This man can write. Edge of the seat, pulse pounding. Mason Kane is an awesome character, Hood takes him to the limit!

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don't waste your money

Story is incomplete. Only two books in series and neither is a complete story. horrible.

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Surprisingly good

By far the best books in the free section. Agree that not every military person should have such a twang in their voice, otherwise enjoyed the narrator . Well written. The dirtiness and toughness of the past experiences come through. Both books are great

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great read

love the series and I will definitely be reading the next set of books. this was a fun great read.

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The cliches are beyond absurd, and the story is just bad. The only reason I could give it 2 stars is the fact that the author got MOST of the technical military equipment details right. I finally had enough and couldn't finish this tripe.

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All about the details

Writers and editors seriously need military experts to review for errors. For example - TIME: army and Air Force always say hours - nineteen hundred hours = 7pm. Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard never say “hours” - thirteen hundred = 1pm.

Corpsman. Thankful the book got it correct that it is CORPSMEN not medics serving with Marines. But there is no such thing as a Marine Corpsman - they are ALWAYS NAVY Corpsman.

Gunnery Sergeant EXTREMELY unlikely to refer to themselves as “Chief” because that is a US Navy rank and could too easily lead to confusion - virtually always go by “gunny”. (It’s confusing enough that “Captain” refers to an 03 in all branches except Navy and Coast Guard where it designated an 06 (equivalent to a colonel in other branches).

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Great story one drawback for me personally.

Great story line.... just to much swearing and torture being done by the good guys.