Очень незначительные повреждения обложки, в том числе потертости, но без проколов или надрывов. Instead they took pride in conquering fear! Please visit our page or. I was clueless about the preparation for these top secret missions. Not only does the reader experience continuous action, but the authors fleshed out their charact A string of female suicide bombers sends Sergeant Eric Moyer and his Special Operations team overseas to stop the bombings and to thwart a possible attempt to assassinate several heads-of-state. Zinsser's team leader, Eric Moyer, and the others were watching Jerry and wondered if they could rely on him in the thick of the battle.
This is the second book that I have read that Jeff wrote. They were complex beings that hid more than revealed. Jerrys a little embarrassed likes to keep to himself for several reasons. Some of his experience has been depicted in the movie Black Hawk Down. As a former Navy Hospital Corpsman, I was drawn to the military theme. Well, I had to strap myself down for the ride of my life! Synopsis: A special ops team acts quickly to stop a large group of female suicide bombers. It was so realistic I had to keep telling myself it's fiction.
Major Eric Moyer and his Special Operations unit have been called in to track down a wealthy Egyptian terrorist who is believed to have sordid ties to a sudden increase in female suicide bombers. If you like military action, suspense and tension-filled moments, then this book is definitely for you! A couple of spelling errors made it through, but the book is generally well edited with few distractions. . There was action, adventure, intrigue, problem solving, psychological and spiritual development in the plot. They were complex beings that hid more than revealed. The characters were amazing and have left such an impression that won't easily be forgotten. Major Jeff Struecker and Alton Gansky have written a current spy story with an old-time flair.
Sergeant Major Eric Moyer is the leader of this six man Special Operations unit that heads off to try and stop suicide terrorists who want to blow up a hotel; the hotel where the United States and Mexican presidents, along with eighteen other world leaders, are staying. Sergeant Moyer and the team are in deadly danger as they are racing around the globe trying to put an end to an enemy who is using women for suicide bombings. That doesn't mean it's boring, or that there's no character development. Captain Moyer gets his men ready and introduces them to a new member of their team. Many thanks to the publishers and agencies for their generosity! Chasing El-Sayyed through Italy, they soon gain interconnected details about a Mexican drug lord who is plotting to kill the U. While reading Blaze of Glory, I developed a new appreciation for our military men. He has fooled the army psychologists into thinking he is ready to return to duty.
You really care about the people involved. He confessed Christ as Savior as a teenager and was called to the ministry while serving with the 75th Ranger Regiment in Ft. Instead they took pride in conquering fear! When they learn the identity of the real leader behind the attacks-someone much closer to home-the team must again travel across the ocean to stop a man whose wealth and ambition is matched only by his madness. Struecker is also the author of best seller Black Hawk Down which was made into a motion picture. The sense of humor and camaraderie between the men is really fun to read. This military thriller is most definitely a real page-turner that held me spell-bound in its clutches from the first chapter. A member everyone knows- a war hero! Major Eric Moyer and his Special Operations unit have been called in to track down a wealthy Egyptian terrorist who is believed to have sordid ties to a sudden increase in female suicide bombers.
As a chaplain Jeff has done multiple tours in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and Operation Iraqi Freedom. No soldier denied being afraid. Zinsser, who struggles with hidden demons, tries his best to be an asset to the team, but instead, may put the whole team at risk. I really enjoyed the way these authors showed the human side of military men, how they trusted one another, how they joked around and how they enjoyed each others laughter. I liked the beginning of this book; it starts off in a light-hearted atmosphere as the readers get to know the colorful cast of characters.
The missions are vastly different in each book, but a lot of the characters remain the same. Written by Major Jeff Struecker, one of the heroes featured in Black Hawk Down , this book kept me on pins and needles throughout the whole story. Sergeant Major Eric Moyer is the leader of this six man Special Operations unit that heads off to try and stop suicide terrorists who want to blow up a hotel; the hotel where the United States and Mexican presidents, along with eighteen other world leaders, are staying. This is my second military read in the past month. Major Jeff Struecker and Alton Gansky have written a current spy story with an old-time flair. Sergent First Class Jerry Zinsser was a decorated hero, who after rehabilitation, was assigned to Sergent Major Eric Moyer's team as his new surveillance specialist.
And with a new member of the unit hiding his struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder, a third problem begins to boil. The humor gave the characters in the story, and the reader, a welcome relief in some very dramatic action scenes! Yet, he felt in his heart he could control mind for one last mission. How does he cope with the psychological toll when the wrong person--a teammate or an innocent--is killed? Soldiers, they were a different breed of men, especially career warriors. They start ribbing him about dates and how he found someone. As with the first book of the series, the book is a military procedural thriller.
His uncontrolled flashbacks may jeopardize the safety of the entire unit. This writing team has the perfect blend of humor, suspense and action. They all know of Jerry Zinsser and are glad to have him aboard. You really care about the people involved. Here is another excellent collaboration between Alton Gansky and Major Struecker. This is truly one of the best books I've ever read. These authors take the reader on an exciting action adventure while maintaining there realistic nature of the story.
With Strueckers trained eye and knowledge in the military operations and Altons writing experience, this team takes the reader places only a well-seasoned soldier could go. This poses a problem when it happens on his current mission and his team leader, Eric Moyer, must decide whether to return him to base or continue their mission. Then there were the characters so evil and mean you wanted to jump in and help the good guys. He was responsible for saving the other team member. This military thriller is most definitely a real page-turner that held me spell-bound in its clutches from the first chapter. Thanks for your dedicated service to all the men and women who have served or are serving in the armed forces of the United States.