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Open Season (A Breed Thriller) Paperback – May 13, 2021
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The Taliban want her dead. But first they have to get past Breed.
Breed, a Delta Force veteran, is surprised when he is called to meet an old acquaintance—CIA agent Anya Stein. She offers Breed a mission he can’t refuse—to rescue an American soldier, Robyn Trainor, held captive in the mountains of Afghanistan.
When the mission goes sideways, the Taliban hunt Breed and Robyn over some of the harshest terrain on the planet—thousand-foot cliffs, wailing wind, and freezing nights. It’s a landscape from hell, every bit as lethal as the killers chasing them.
As the Taliban close in, Breed finds the stakes are higher than he ever dreamed—because Robyn Trainor is not what she seems. She is a player in a greater game. One that ends with an explosive showdown in Washington DC’s highest corridors of power.
Open Season—the second in the stunning Breed action thriller series. Perfect for fans of Lee Child, Jason Kasper, and Jack Carr.
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- ASIN : B094VM5QLY
- Publisher : Independently published (May 13, 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 328 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8503619393
- Item Weight : 1.09 pounds
- Dimensions : 5.5 x 0.83 x 8.5 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #872,034 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Superlative read. Could not put it down.
---David Liscio, author of the action/adventure thrillers Deadly Fare, Blood Sons, and Pacific Poison.
Now I’m craving for more of Breeds adventure!
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Breed’s mission is to rescue an American female solder; held captive by an Afghani warlord. There is more to her kidnap than at first appears though and whilst the ins and outs are cleverly constructed, I felt that they made for a muddled storyline. Switching from before the kidnap to during and after the kidnap diluted the strength of the narrative. There was plenty of action but the highlights for me were the aforementioned landscape, the insights into local customs and to what a profound effect the poppy harvests have on the Afghan economy.
Breed proves to be a thinking killer again, one that seems to be suckered at every turn, only to have been one step ahead of everyone, either by luck or judgement
Looking forward to what I expect to be book 3 sometime soon