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The Operative (2012)

by Andrew Britton(Favorite Author)
3.82 of 5 Votes: 1
0758263511 (ISBN13: 9780758263513)
Ryan Kealey
review 1: Britton gives the big names a real run for the lead in espionage and political thrillers. This one is right at the top of the list. Ryan Kealey remains larger than life, but not too large to be believable. The flow of the action distinguishes this effort from the sometimes trite stories in which loyal operatives are being betrayed by an unknown force. My reaction to this well plotted action thriller with a new satisfying cerebral dimension was to immediately go back and download the one other Britton book in the Ryan Kealey series that I have not read. A tad more originality would have earned this one a fifth star.
review 2: This was another well-written, fast paced Ryan Kealey book. There is a terrorist attack in the Baltimore Convention Center involving s
... moreeveral suicide bombers and gunmen--a very sophisticated plot that kills hundreds and injures many more, one of them being the wife of the CIA director. Ryan Kealey, a former CIA agent, happens to be on his way to the Baltimore event and enters the fray to end the attack. From there, things move forward quickly with a crazy, scary plot and a race against time to find the bad guys. This wasn't quite as good as some of his other books but an interesting read with a plausible plot and complex characters. I'm sad to hear that the author passed away a few years ago--I would definitely read more from him. Fortunately, this one ends well if it is Kealey's last mission. less
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Ahh, Mitch Rapp again - always entertaining and enjoyable.
fast paced good characters.
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