Prime Asset: Corps Justice, Book 3 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
An old enemy resurfaces.... An employee kidnapped.... A new weapon created....
Cal Stokes's good friend Neil Patel has disappeared. Following the trail to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Stokes and his men must find the culprit and rescue their colleague before it's too late. The only problem is that the enemy lies in wait, hoping for a final showdown.
With an outside group of aggressors making a play for dominance, the former Marine must lead his team through the hazardous snow-filled mountains to eliminate their adversary.
How many bodies will be left when the snow melts?
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|Listening Length||4 hours and 49 minutes|
|Author||C. G. Cooper|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||September 08, 2014|
|Publisher||CARLOS G COOPER|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #224,604 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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Another great book! I think I am beginning to understand what real "Corp Justice" is: doing the right thing to protect America and her citizens from threats they often know nothing about. For instance, SSI would never murder one of their own — even if he were a traitor — they would simply have him secretly placed in a CIA maximum security prison cell (where he would never see the light of day). I like the fact that these men are willing to go as far as it takes to save, rescue and/or protect one of their own — and you have to remember that they could not afford to lose a "Prime Asset" like Neil — he knew too much with his intelligence and knowledge about the entire SSI operation. Fast paced, interesting and a page-turner, this was another satisfying "Corp Justice" read.
AfterThought: Daniel Briggs is a great addition to the SSI team! Who does not love a former Marine sniper?
Cal Stokes and his team at SSI will stop at nothing to rescue their friend and colleague.
Join the team and come along to the snow-filled mountains of Wyoming to fight evil traitors and double crossers as the hope to rescue Neil is in question.
There are many twists and turns as the story unfolds. Read along and join the adventure. I think you will really enjoy this book, I know I did!!
Oh as you can imagine, no plans are flawless; a few glitches here and there, a few casualties, a few unexpected twists, but just like the Texas Ranges, SSI always get their prey.
Pretty good yarn!
Maybe in a future work we could get more of "the Hammer."Maybe more of Travis and Dunn seeing more action.Oh,yes Rodriquez probably has a story and the likable Dr.High-leVel. on writing and I'll keep on reading.Margaret,grandma to eight
The third book in the Corps Justice series. This adventure as in the first two books provides the key elements to good story telling. Creating characters that the reader cares about. Not just the ones that you like, but the ones that you desparately want to see justice meted out to. Even to the point of a bad guy you can be sympathetic to and enjoy his redemption.
There are two environments the author brings into focus. The theme of former military servants that made mistakes, but are worthy of a second chance because they grew from the experience. There are also those that did nothing to need the second chance that are welcomed into the camaraderie of the collective membership of brothers in arms. A companionship of fellow warriors with a “All for one, and one for all.” (thank you Alexandre Dumas), mindset. Each willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for any of the others. The second environment is social/geographical of both urban and rural/natural. The obstacles provided follow the “It's not the destination, it's the journey.”, requirement of a good story to tell.
My only gripe about the books is that they are so engrossing that time gets away from me as I do not want to but the book down for even a minute.
Cal Stokes is the leader, but they're all Alpha Males, and a more tightly knit band of brothers you might not find in any other book of this kind.
I'm posting the same for all of them, as I cannot give away any of the plot or action, and I know that if you like this kind of suspense novel, you will love this series.
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3, as it was only 231 pages in total. However, I found it was action packed from start to
finish, without unnecessary padding.
Neil is a genius with computers and works for Cal's security and protection firm, who sometimes
do clandestine work for governments and even the President. When Neil is kidnapped, not only
is Cal worried about his friend's safety but also about the priceless knowledge that Neil contains
in his head. In terrorist hands this knowledge would be catastrophic.
Cal and a team set out to find Neil and end up fighting during a snowstorm on a mountain.
Meanwhile, back at Cal's firm, the FBI have chosen this time to investigate the firm. Supposedly
routine, but is it?
There are traitors and double crossers in plenty, and several deaths. There was some bad language,
but it did fit in with the characters and wasn't excessive. There was no sex or romance.
This was an adventure book that I would recommend (and I read several books a week!).
Ignore the one star person, who wasn't even revewing a book, let alone this one!