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Blown Coverage (Riley Covington Series #2)

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  • Posted November 13, 2008

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    Jason Elam & Steve Yohnscore their second game winning touchdown with BLOWN COVERAGE

    Professional Football League (PTL) Colorado Mustangs linebacker player Riley Covington looks forward to the NFL mini-camp season though he knows that the drills are much worse than boot camp. However, he also recognizes football is a game albeit even with billions of dollars involved after spending a military tour in Afghanistan and confronting terrorists in the United States (see MONDAY NIGHT JIHAD).<BR/><BR/>However, Riley has to put aside his football helmet and pads for the dangerous mission of the Counterterrorism Division when al-`Aqran the lethal brilliant leader of the Cause escapes incarceration and activates sleeper cells in America and Europe. As the threat goes red, Riley realizes he and his CD unit are part of the enemy¿s coordinated concerted effort to stop any defensive counter attack by targeting personnel and their family members with a keen fatwa as well as hitting key locations. The free world is under a severe blitz in which the deadly Jihadists look to exploit any BLOWN COVERAGE to sack the infidels; Riley prays for the safety of his loved ones, his teammates, and others while placing himself in God¿s care to counter the terrorists¿ assaults at a time he has doubts since a personal tragedy struck his soul.<BR/><BR/>As with the exciting first tale, readers see deep into the soul of the Cause leader who believes he and his team have God on their side just like the Americans; in fact the Muslims are even more certain as Riley in spite of his prayers has some major doubts. The story line is fast-paced never slowing down yet enables fans to better understand what motivates a Jihadist as the terrorists are humanized by Jason Elam & Steve Yohn, who score their second game winning touchdown with BLOWN COVERAGE.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted May 29, 2013

    What an awesome book!!! I loved the first book of this series (M

    What an awesome book!!! I loved the first book of this series (Monday Night Jihad) but would have to say that this second book of the Riley Covington series is even better. Jason Elam &amp; Steve Yohn are an excellent pair. I am looking forward to reading book #3!!

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  • Posted October 9, 2011

    Good read

    Love Jason Elam's books. Hope there are more to come!

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  • Posted September 15, 2011

    Love these books!

    Jason Elam and Steve Yohn have done a great job with this series. My wife and I have enjoyed all of them and can only hope that they will keep writing. Since we read the next book in the series before we read this one, we knew the outcome of the final chapter on this series, however. We want more!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2008

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    Surprisingly good

    This is a good book and very well written for a football player. (he was a kicker when we lived in Denver. Enjoyed his kicking for the Broncos, we still follow his career. That's part of the reason I read his two books.)<BR/>The plot was very well thought out. I love the Riley character, he is so down to earth. This one will hook you in the first chapter. You might want to read Monday Night Jihad first to make yourself familiar with the plot and some of the characters and why they are as they are. I only hope that Mr. Elam has a sequel in mind, I would hate to see this series end. Good job Jason.

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