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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Eye for an Eye by Ben Coes

Power Down was the first book I read by this author.   The author writes with the pedal to the metal and doesn’t hesitate to gun down a character that you like.   This is not a series for the faint of heart.

The main character is  Dewey Andreas.  Dewey was Delta Force but was forced out by some questionable circumstances.  His background allowed him to become a major force in stopping the terrorists as shown in Power Down.   Apparently some time and books have passed as he is back working for the government.

The villain is China and their clandestine service but the economics of China’s investments in the United States also plays a role in the story.

Overall it is a story of vengeance as illustrated by the title.

If you have issues with high levels of graphic violence the book may not be for you but I found it shockingly realistic.

I recommend.


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