Book Review – Deep Black: Jihad – Stephen Coonts & Jim DeFelice

The operatives of Deep Black bug a terrorist to find out where the next attack will come from, but they race against time to stop them from occuring.

Deep Black stories are similar in style to the Op Center stories of Tom Clancy, their technology futuristic and sometimes a little unbelievable. The three main characters are a cross between CIA agents and the guys from Mission Impossible. While all three characters are likeable to some
extent, the plot generally keeps them apart and the seperate story lines do tend to lessen the enjoyment of the plot. The plot itself is a good one but felt like it was lacking something.

Deep Black stories are not the page turners that Stephen Coonts books normally are but Deep Black: Jihad is still enjoyable.

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