United States Sgt. 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. Chasing El-Sayyed through Italy, they soon gain interconnected details about a Mexican drug lord who is plotting to kill the U.S. and Mexican presidents. Now Moyer and his team must stop not one, but two madmen on separate continents. And with a new member of the unit hiding his struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder, a third problem begins to boil.
It’s been my experience that sequels rarely match the unique appeal of an excellent first novel. Blaze of Glory has knocked that theory on its head! The now Major Jeff Struecker and Alton Gansky return with their Special Ops team of Boss, Shaq, Junior, Colt and Doc on a more intense, treacherous and heart pounding mission as they race to eliminate the rising threat of female suicide bombers. Tactical weaponry, the blooding of a new team member and the ticking time bomb of one soldier’s undisclosed PTSD, combine in a vivid, adrenaline infused story guaranteed to keep you up late. With more attention paid to the motives and methods of the terrorists and their helpless pawns, Blaze of Glory is a military thriller to be reckoned with. Just like Colt, the only Christian on the team, the faith elements are penetrating yet not abrasive, thought provoking rather than overbearing. I highly recommend this book to any reader who craves a thriller of unprecedented authenticity and pulsating action.
With thanks to B&H for my review copy
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