Hellfire: A Jonathan Grave Thriller, Book 12 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
For hostage rescue specialist Jonathan Grave, every mission is a matter of life or death. But he faces his most personal challenge yet when two boys are abducted while being driven to Resurrection House, the school Jonathan founded as a sanctuary for children of incarcerated parents. The boys were entrusted to Jonathan's care. Now they're missing. It's time to fight fire with fire...
The boys' mom, Connie Kendall, is awaiting trial on drug smuggling charges. Prosecutors want her to testify against the brutal Cortez Cartel to help bring down their ruthless operations. If she cooperates, she'll get an easier sentence. But with her kids in the grip of the cartel, her lips are sealed.
As Jonathan and his team of skilled operatives close in on the kidnappers, they realize that their enemies aren't just hell-bent on selling drugs. Rival factions have even deadlier agendas. The clock is ticking on an attack that could kill thousands in a single breath. And it's almost zero hour...
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|Listening Length||12 hours and 29 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||June 30, 2020|
|Publisher||HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #30,578 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#234 in Political Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
#293 in Military Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
#524 in War & Military Fiction
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Some delicacies in life are to be savored, leisurely; as a perfectly prepared steak, or a glass of rare scotch. Not Hellfire. Once even a suspicion of foul play presents itself the team vaults into action. You almost feel sorry for the bad guys as Boxers begins to plot how to make them pay. Almost.
What a pleasure to again become a fly on Digger’s shoulder watching the story unfold. You actually hold your breath as you flip the next page continuing the chase. Are you waiting to hear Venice’s voice in your ear? Yes.
All too quickly you reach the end and must now endure the wait for Gilstrap to finish another.
Still, with that said, I can say the book is not a total loss. It is enjoyable, and it is far better than a great many other books offered as “thrillers”. The book is solid. It is well edited with no errors, (that I found), and therefore I am giving it my personal rating of 3.5 Stars as it is better than average fare. It just lacks “spark”.
Do I recommend it? That becomes a more difficult question, but I’m going to say “yes”, with a “qualifier”. That qualifier is, that if you are a fan of the series, you need to read it to “keep current”, and it is good “filler reading” as you wait for another release.
That you Mr. Gilstrap, however I am hopeful that the next “Jonathan Grave” thriller will be more in line with the previous books of the series.
Hellfire by John Gilstrap is an engaging story I don't want you to miss.
That alone is terrifying especially since our border with Mexico has been destabilized by the Biden Administration and actual terrorists have been caught using the resulting confusion to enter the country.
This could become tomorrow’s news very easily.
Top reviews from other countries
Surely someone out there has to make the stories of Scorpion, Boxers and Venice into a film!