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The Courier:: A Ryan Kealey Thriller

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  • Posted December 31, 2013

    With all the wars around the world, past and present, what happe

    With all the wars around the world, past and present, what happens to all the lost weapons from past wars? With technology becoming so sophisticated, what is most helpful in the espionage field, computers or experienced intuition and profiling? How can you determine which of "the others" are truly enemies, and which ones would choose to risk their own lives to help the "Americans"? Must every "American" look and act the same? Do "good" warriors put their lives on the line to keep people safe, or to kill the "enemy"? 




    Many of these questions are dealt with very interestingly and with non stop action in this modern day spy thriller, where the life of many many Americans are on the line. During WW2, the Germans began developing a very powerful suitcases sized, highly radioactive weapon. As it was being transported through oceans, it ended up being sunk in the Arctic seas. In present day, it was found by an Iranian boat commander. What happens next is the subject of this fast passed suspense novel that could come from real life today.




    This is the sixth Ryan Kealey novel, with the last few being published since Britton's death in 2008. Kealey's Dad shows up in an extremely important way in this novel, as Kealey debates how long he, himself, will continue these espionage missions. Anyone who enjoys Tom Clancy, W E B Griffin, and Robert Ludlum will find this book a must read, along with his previous five books!

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 15, 2014

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    I very much enjoyed this book. The writing was excellent and the

    I very much enjoyed this book. The writing was excellent and the story was interesting and fast paced! A wonderful book!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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