A Lima Charlie Review: “From a Soldier’s Perspective” By Michael Lee Womack

From a Soldier's Perspective is a very realistic, wound healing, escape from reality type of book that gave me a feeling of "I'm not alone." As a Marine Veteran, with three combat deployments overseas and eight years of active duty service, these words Michael Lee Womack put together as a method of healing for himself, … Continue reading A Lima Charlie Review: “From a Soldier’s Perspective” By Michael Lee Womack

A Lima Charlie Review: ‘EVO’ By Diane May. With a BLAST RADIUS of a MOAB!

From the very first page of Evo, you’re hooked. One small paragraph, that as a reader you read over again to ensure you’ve absorbed it entirely. But that’s all it takes, the small paragraph has you turning through the pages at a rapid pace wanting, needing, and anticipating what will come next. With that anticipation … Continue reading A Lima Charlie Review: ‘EVO’ By Diane May. With a BLAST RADIUS of a MOAB!

A Lima Charlie Review: ‘DAUGHTER OF WAR’ By Brad Taylor. With a BLAST RADIUS of a DIRTY BOMB! (9/10)

Pike Logan is back in Daughter of War from retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Brad Taylor. Lieutenant Colonel Taylor commanded multiple troops and a squadron within the Special Forces Operational Detachment aka Delta. Using his 21 years of experience and knowledge, Taylor brought us the Pike Logan series, which with Daughter of War, is 13 … Continue reading A Lima Charlie Review: ‘DAUGHTER OF WAR’ By Brad Taylor. With a BLAST RADIUS of a DIRTY BOMB! (9/10)

A Lima Charlie Review: “THE RUINS: A Taskforce Story” By Brad Taylor

Brad Taylor delivered to us a fullilment of sorts, a gap finally closed for all die hard fans that wondered just how Jennifer aka Koko transformed from a scared civilian with some climbing skills in One Rough Man to a Jane Bond in All Necessary Force attempting and successfully completing taskforce assessment. The Ruins starts off … Continue reading A Lima Charlie Review: “THE RUINS: A Taskforce Story” By Brad Taylor

A Lima Charlie Review: “THE BREAK LINE” By James Brabazon

The Break Line introduces to the world Max McLean, he works for an organization called “the Unknown,” but because any intelligence organization cannot function without a three-letter acronym, much like the alphabet soup that is the American federal intelligence and law enforcement agencies. “The-Unknown” became the UKN. Their job is to do the jobs no … Continue reading A Lima Charlie Review: “THE BREAK LINE” By James Brabazon

Featured Review: “Agent in Place” by Mark Greaney

Mark Greaney is back with Agent in Place with his seventh Gray Man thriller, which finds Court Gentry taking the fight to Syria. It was very interesting when renowned author Mark Greaney brought Court Gentry back into the fold at the CIA after one of my personal favorites, Back Blast. I was expecting he would … Continue reading Featured Review: “Agent in Place” by Mark Greaney