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Allah's Scorpion (Kirk McGarvey Series #11)
     

Allah's Scorpion (Kirk McGarvey Series #11)

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by David Hagberg
 

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Under the cover of a moonless night, al-Quaida operatives made their way inside the infamous Camp Delta prison on the American base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Their goal was to free five prisoners. But their attempt fails. The rescuers and prisoners, all former Iranian Navy submarine crewmen, were all killed. Their freedom was to be the first step in unleashing a

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Allah's Scorpion (Kirk McGarvey Series #11) 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Mr. Hagberg has rekindled my love for reading with his fast-paced thrillers. Allah's Scorpion made me want to read more of Hagberg's books. I especially like the Kirk McGarvey series. All of the characters are well developed and you can't help wanting more after reading one of these books. I bought every Hagberg novel I could find at 4 different bookstores (11 books) and I just started the 6th one in 16 days.All I do is work and read now. I'm on this site now trying to track down more McGarvey stuff. Truly amazing writing! Hagberg is the man!
ME6135 More than 1 year ago
David Hagberg is a very good writer and he knows what he is writing about.
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DicktheTiger More than 1 year ago
Hagberg is an author in the style of Flynn and Silva. His main character. like Flynn's and Silva's, is a super assassin, but with a real family that causes conflict. This was probably the most entertaining read I've had all year. The story goes very well until the ending, where the author resorts to a contrived ending that leaves you scratching your head, but probably setting up a sequel to tie the loose ends.
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