Book Review – Shadows of War – Robert Gandt

From the Publisher

Brick Maxwell lost a friend when fellow pilot Raz Rasmussen was shot down in the first Gulf War. Years after he is declared KIA, Raz’s now-remarried widow receives a call claiming he is alive, and she asks Maxwell to investigate. But while searcing for answers, Maxwell discovers the CIA is working its own shady agenda–and a shocking betrayal places him right in the kill zone.

Because of the style of the writing and indeed, the topic, I was reminded of Stephen Coonts books. This is not a bad thing. Good action, a twisty plot slowed down only by a seemingly annoying ‘relationship’, the book was a fast read. I think I’ll start from the begining and read them all!

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