One Rough Man (Pike Logan Series #1)

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Vince Flynn and Brad Thor, move over: introducing a pulse-pounding new international thriller series by a former Delta Force commander.

They call it the Taskforce. Their existence is as essential as it is illegal. Commissioned at the highest level of the U.S. government. Protected from the prying eyes of Congress and the media. Built around the top operators from across the clandestine, intelligence, and special forces landscape. Designed to ...

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Overview

Vince Flynn and Brad Thor, move over: introducing a pulse-pounding new international thriller series by a former Delta Force commander.

They call it the Taskforce. Their existence is as essential as it is illegal. Commissioned at the highest level of the U.S. government. Protected from the prying eyes of Congress and the media. Built around the top operators from across the clandestine, intelligence, and special forces landscape. Designed to operate outside the bounds of U.S. law. Trained to exist on the ragged edge of human capability.

Pike Logan was the most successful operator on the Taskforce, his instincts and talents unrivaled-until personal tragedy permanently altered his outlook on the world. Pike knows what the rest of the country might not want to admit: The real threat isn't from any nation, any government, any terrorist group. The real threat is one or two men, controlled by ideology, operating independently, in possession of a powerful weapon.

Buried in a stack of intercepted chatter is evidence of two such men. The transcripts are scheduled for analysis in three months. The attack is mere days away. It is their bad luck that they're about to cross paths with Pike Logan. And Pike Logan has nothing left to lose.

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Editorial Reviews

Booklist
Taylor's debut flows like the best of Vince Flynn and Brad Thor. An intense and intriguing character, Logan is definitely an action hero to watch.
Library Journal
This series debut introduces Pike Logan and his clandestine band of counterterrorist government agents called the Taskforce. Operating outside the law, they don't make the headlines because they officially don't exist. Following a personal tragedy in which his wife and child are murdered, Pike is on his own, using just his wits and deadly skills against an Islamic terrorist faction that stumbles upon a deadly new bioweapon. While these are recurring themes in current action fiction, the author adds a worthy female protagonist and unique twists to the usual secret agency-versus-the-bad-guys scenario. The deadly duel between Pike and the terrorists is both cerebral and graphically violent, with a high body count.Verdict Taylor, a former Delta Force commander, brings such incredible realism and authenticity that readers feel like they are looking over the shoulders of a real antiterrorist operation. This will appeal to Brad Thor and Vince Flynn fans. [See Prepub Alert, LJ 9/1/10.]—Michael Schau, Seminole State Coll. Lib., Sanford, FL
Kirkus Reviews

A fallen-from-grace former antiterrorist operative and his lady friend chase terrorists armed with a horrifying weapon halfway around the world.

As a member of a clandestine group called the Taskforce, set up to eliminate terrorist threats before they materialize, Pike Logan was used to being where he needed to be to save the day...until the time he was away on an operation when his wife and daughter were murdered. He started making mistakes in the field, and before long he was unemployed, living on a sailboat, drinking too much and picking fights at dive bars. It is after such a drunken brawl that Pike meets Jennifer Cahill, a college student whose uncle, unbeknownst to her, has been kidnapped and killed in Guatemala by a smuggler named El Machete while looking for a lost Mayan temple fabled to house an ancient secret weapon. After he saves her from a few of the smuggler's flunkies, Jennifer convinces Pike to head down to Guatemala with her to clear things up. Meanwhile, two al-Qaeda operatives making arrangements with El Machete overhear some loose talk and hatch a plan to get their hands on the Mayan superweapon. After settling things with El Machete, Pike and Jennifer find clues pointing to the Islamist's intentions, and set out on a global chase to stop them. All the while, a rogue official has sent a team to hunt Pike and Jennifer around the world as part of his plan to spin the aftermath of the terrorist attack to serve his own ends. While first-time novelist Taylor certainly isn't breaking any new ground here, the quality of his writing is just a tick above the median for other books in the genre. On the other hand, the outlandish nature of a near escape or two and some pretty lucky deductive leaps on Logan's part, not to mention the fact that the WMD is ancient and Mayan, put this book's level of believability just a touch south of average. In the end, though, everything balances out to a satisfyingly average read.

Capably written, with occasional flashes of something better.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781449854775
  • Publisher: Recorded Books, LLC
  • Publication date: 3/3/2011
  • Series: Pike Logan Series , #1
  • Format: Other

Meet the Author

Brad Taylor
Brad Taylor, Lieutenant Colonel (ret.), is a twenty-one year veteran of the U.S. Army Infantry and Special Forces, including eight years with the 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta, popularly known as Delta Force. He retired in 2010 and now lives in Charleston, South Carolina.
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The target took a shortcut, unwittingly shaving another four minutes off of life as he knew it. His appearance surprised me, because I had parked in an alley specifically to get out of his line of march, figuring he'd go the long way around the block. He was about fifty feet back and walking at an unhurried pace. A minute later he passed me, unaware of my existence. He was so close that I could have flung open the door and knocked him to the ground. From there, it would have been easy to thump him on the head, throw him in the back, and haul ass. That would have been a bit extreme even for me, so I let him go. Better to stick with the plan.

I keyed the handset of my radio. "All elements, all elements, this is Pike. Target just passed my location and intersected Twenty-second Street. He's crossing it now."

Pike's not my real name. It's my call sign. We use them because nobody in my unit wants to use military ones like "Victor-Bravo Three-Seven." I'd like to say that I got mine for doing something badass, but you don't pick your call sign. It picks you, and usually for something that's not flattering. In my case it came from a stupid comment I'd made during training. I grew up in Oregon, spending my time hunting and fishing. I was trying to describe how we should do an ambush, but wasn't communicating things right. I finally said, "You know, like a pike attacks when it catches another fish." Everyone looked at me for a second in silence, then broke out laughing. For the next two days every time I tried to suggest something, someone would say, "You mean like a pike would do it?" The name stuck. It's not too bad as call signs go. I suppose I could have been "Flounder." All in all, it's much better than my given name, which I despise.

The Foggy Bottom street in front of me was starting to clog up with the noontime lunch crowd, all out enjoying the summer sunshine. This would make it easier for my team to track the target without compromise, but the heat was turning my car into a sauna. Why the hell this guy liked wandering aimlessly around outside was beyond me, but the pattern he had created would be his downfall. Humans are creatures of habit. What looks absolutely random once will look like the same ol', same ol' over time. We had reached the same ol' stage with this target and were within minutes of taking him down.

After crossing the street, the target entered a coffee shop and took a seat at an outside patio. Right on schedule. I saw the team settle around him like an invisible blanket. The crowd flowed around them all without a clue what was going on. That always gave me a perverse sense of pleasure. While rushing to catch the Metro or get lunch, they were brushing past some of the finest predators on earth and didn't even know it. Sometimes I'm tempted to grab one of them and yell, "Don't you know what's going on here? Can't you see what's happening? You ought to get on your knees and thank the Lord that people like me are out here protecting your sorry ass." Yeah, that's arrogant and unfair. I suppose executing the operation without anyone knowing is pleasure enough. After all, if they did know, that would mean we had failed. In the end, they could go about buying their Starbucks or bitching about the price of gas because my team and I would have prevented something much, much worse, like a suicide bomber at their kid's school.

In my mind, the world is split neatly into two groups: meat-eaters and plant-eaters. Nothing is wrong with either one. Both are necessary. One contributes much, much more to society than the other. The other is necessary to protect the contribution. I'm a meat-eater. My existence allows the plant-eater to contribute. Some plant-eaters, living in a so-called civilized world, call me evil, but at the end of the day, when the bad man comes and the plant-eater's praying for a miracle, I'm what shows up.

I scanned behind me after the target passed and was surprised to see another man at the entrance to the alley, large, bald-headed, and looking out of place. He loitered for a couple of seconds, then began moving my way. He's following our guy.

"All elements, this is Pike, we've got a trailer with the target. Stand by."

Bull, the trigger for the takedown, said, "You sure it's not a ghost?"

Bull was asking if I was seeing things that weren't really there. "No, I'm not sure, but he refused to enter the alley until the target was clear, then walked at a pretty fast pace to catch up."

If he was tracking our man, I had no idea why. We had no intel indicating the target had any security, or that anyone else wanted him. The guy could be police, a rival group, or even a counter-surveillance effort protecting the target. Or he could be a lost tourist and I was jumping to conclusions. Either way, Baldy—and anyone else with him—would have to be separated from the target. If he was a tourist, it would take care of itself. If not, that left my team. And once we executed, we would need to be pretty damn swift, because after we got rid of this guy, his people would know someone else was on the ground and interested in the same target.

I gave a description of the trailer and watched him take a seat in the coffee shop, confirming my fears.

"Okay, listen up. We're going to keep the plan. If Baldy's not a ghost, he'll follow our target into the planned kill zone. We'll let the target go through, then take him out. Acknowledge."

"Pike, this is Knuckles… we can't duplicate this hit twice in one day. We're going to lose the target. We need to develop the situation, not start thumping people willy-nilly."

"We won't lose the target, because you're going to tag him at his table. Using that beacon, we'll take him down at the parking garage to his apartment. That was our contingency plan anyway. It'll just be two hits instead of one."

"Pike, that damn beacon hasn't worked yet. We keep getting false positives. We're liable to take out some old lady."

Knuckles was my second-in-command, or 2IC. He's a Squid, but I don't hold that against him, since he's a SEAL. He's just like me, only he picked the wrong branch of service. His call sign was Knuckles, but it should have been Mother Hen, at least while we were preparing for operations. Once we were engaged it would be something like DeathDealingSlaughterMonster. Right now, Knuckles was in mother hen mode. He was a finicky perfectionist. Someone who wanted to ensure that every piece of kit, tactic, or technique was absolutely perfect before being used on an operation. It wasn't that he was rigid, since he was one of the best on fluid operations, and he did have a point. If everything's perfect when you start, then working through contingencies, or what we call "flexing," is that much easier. If you start with something that's faulty, then you'll be flexing from the get-go. The thing is, every operation goes to shit at one point or another—like right now. Doesn't matter how much you plan. You can either handle the curve ball or not.

"Look, I get the risk, but we're running out of time. We don't have enough people to track both guys. Just tag the target and use your judgment. If you can't get him, you can't get him."

"What if the trailer's not alone?"

Knuckles was thinking right along with me. "I hear you. We'll develop the situation enough to confirm or deny he's alone. If he's got someone else working with him, we'll pass. If not, we'll take him down in the primary kill zone, leaving you and Bull with the contingency for the target."

There was a pregnant pause, then, "Roger. Out."

"Bull, keep your eyes on Baldy and see if he makes commo with anyone."

I watched a homeless man approach our target. Jesus, now what? This was turning into a circus. I was about to call Knuckles and warn him when I realized that's who I was looking at. Pretty damn good job of camouflage.

He shoved a cup at the target, begging for some change. The man ignored him. Knuckles grew belligerent, bringing out the manager. I'm never going to hear the end of this. Knuckles was breaking the cardinal rule of surveillance by interacting with the target. On top of that, he was creating a scene that would be remembered after the hit. He was going to be pissed that I forced this on him.

The manager came out shouting. Knuckles waved his arms, slinging coins from the cup all over the place. Bending down around the target's ankles, he scrambled to get his precious money. In the blink of an eye, I saw him slip something into the cuff of the target's pants.

The size of a micro-SD card, it was a passive beacon that worked like an E-Z Pass on a toll road. It would register every time it passed a special receiver. The good part was that the card didn't need GPS or transmitting capability, along with the requisite battery source, so it could be made very, very small. The bad part was the beacon wouldn't give a specific location. It would only confirm our suspicions as the beacon passed our receivers, which we had placed throughout the target's habitual route. The final receiver was in the stairwell of the target's parking garage. A team, hidden in the shadows, would deploy when the beacon signaled. Unfortunately, with the receivers' track record, it could trigger if the wind blew the wrong way.

After watching Knuckles get chased away, I gave Bull a call. "Anything going on?"

"No. He's looking at the target, but so is everyone else thanks to Knuckles's little play. Hasn't communicated with anyone."

"Roger. Retro, you guys ready?"

"Yeah. We just don't know what the trailer looks like."

"Don't worry about that. I'll trigger. If it's no good—"

"Break—break. This is Bull. Target's on the move."

Shit. That was quick. Ready or not, the target was going to force our hand.

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  • Posted March 3, 2011

    Great Read

    This is a great vacation or weekend read. Will keep you turning pages for days or a couple very long marathon reads. I expect great things in the follow up to this debut novel, and can't wait to see what mischief Pike finds himself in next time.

    8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 21, 2011

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    Another Secret Task Force...

    ...and another super hero who can get out of any trouble that confronts him while he saves the day. The last part of the novel is quite good, but the whole Guatemala episode can be skipped. There are so many novels like this one out there that to stand out an author has to come up with something different. Perhaps the civilian woman is that, but it didn't work too well for me. Looks like I am in the minority though.

    7 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 19, 2011

    Highly Highly recommended- the next big hit

    Not only is Brad Taylor a Real American Hero as a defender of freedom, he is a total bad a**. He is also going to be a real American Hero Celebrity writer. He is better than Clancy, and this is his first book! Brad when do we get to see read the next adventure of Pike Logan? This was the most fun I have had in a great read in years.

    7 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 19, 2011

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    Brad Taylor provides an exciting thriller that grips the audience

    By Presidential decree, President Warren established Project Prometheus to capture or assassinate terrorists as soon as possible; preferably before an event. The field unit of this top secret government is Taskforce who understands the mission is to kill the enemy before they harm Americans.

    Pike Logan is one of the best taskforce operatives. However, while performing a mission involving Azzam the Jordanian dirty Hedgehog in Tbilisi, he suffers a personal trauma back home as he fails to be there for his family at a time they needed him. When he returns to the States, Pike vanishes as he now understands the threat is not fanatics or rogue nations but a few powerful affluent ideologues.

    Nine moths since the assault on his family, Pike's "retirement" ends when he rescues College of Charleston student Jennifer Cahill from two professional killers. While she has no idea why they came after her, at the same in Guatemala her uncle Professor John Cahill finds an ancient Mayan weapon of mass destruction that Arab terrorists plan to steal and employ to cause a Holy War in the Mideast.

    Although the body count is way too tropospheric and the romantic subplot feels more like a softening requirement of One Rough Man, Brad Taylor provides an exciting thriller that grips the audience from the opening mission in Georgia and never slows down for a nanosecond. Action-packed with corpses seemingly on every page, fans who enjoy an engaging look at globalization from his perspective of weapons of mass destruction will want top read Pike's return to the living thanks to Jennifer.

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    7 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 18, 2011

    Almost Mitch!

    I'm a big fan of the Mitch Rapp series by Vince Flynn. Brad Taylor has come close to creating a formidable Mitch Rapp rival in this series with Pike Logan. The action is fast paced and gets you hooked early in the story. Hmmm... could they ever team up?

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 25, 2011

    Highly Recommended

    Exciting and fast paced. The best book of its kind that I've read in a long time. I'm now a memberr of the Brad Taylor fan club and can't wait to read his next book.

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2011

    One of the best anti terrorism novels I have read.

    Brad Taylor has taken his military background and done a great job of applying it to the details of the book. He has the start of good characters and the intrigue of a romance with out all the between the sheets.

    Hopefully, the U.S. has a few teams out there ready to protect us like in the novel.

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2012

    Great Read

    I dont read military thrillers but this book caught my eye. I loved it.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 3, 2012

    when I first started reading this , the first impression that i


    when I first started reading this , the first impression that it was a rather amateurish knock-off of a Mitch
    Rapp plot, however as the story proceeded there were enough twists and turns to make it well worth the read.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2012

    Highly Recommend this novel!!

    Wow, what a great book. I read this book in two days while on vacation. I just simply couldn't put it down. I read someone say it started off kind of slow and that I would agree with to a small amount. However, once into it just a small ways, I was hooked. My wife woke up at 3am because I was not in bed wondering why I was still up reading. I told her this book was amazing and it was packed full of continuous events that made me unable to put it down for any long period of time or heck, any short period of time too!! My heart would race when reading many of the action packed events. I can only say that I can't wait to read more about Pike and Jennifer when the new book becomes available here in the next week or so. Outstanding job to the author on a very well written book that will leave you wanting to read every book he has to offer in the future!!

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 8, 2011

    Read this book, it will not disappoint!

    An excellent read. One Rough Man is an escape from reality to the world of "what if", with just the right amount of realism taken from today's headlines. Brad's first book is quite an achievement in military fiction, based upon his experience and knowledge, while not going overboard. The characters of Pike and Jennifer, and their interaction have me turning the pages, not wanting the story to end. I look forward to what I hope is a long and exciting journey with Pike Logan.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 3, 2011

    Thrill ride, couldn't put it down

    Brad Taylor's debut novel One Rough Man is an absolute page-turner. I couldn't put it down. I read the book in a couple of day's while on a recent business trip. I found myself hurrying back to my hotel room at the end of the day to read about how Pike and Jennifer would work their way through the next problem that was presented to them. Pike and Jennifer make a bad-ass team, the author develops their characters and relationship perfectly in a manner that makes the reader root for their success. Lucas and his team of mercenaries, a perfect example of "good men gone bad" which is relevant and current in todays sub-culture of contractors and guns for hire operating today around the globe. Brad writes from a place of absolute knowledge and experience. Problem solving is a thing former LTC Brad Taylor knows about intimately. Developing creative and unique ways to solve the most challenging problems is a core skill that the men from Brad's former units must possess. One Rough Man is a thrill ride of intense action, suspense, and intrigue. From the Windjammer to the White House, One Rough Man left me anxiously wanting more from the first time author.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 2, 2011

    What a great read!

    Completely got caught up in the action of the book and missed a few needed hours of sleep. Did not want this story to end and will be anxiously awaiting the second, third, fourth and fifth books! Brad gets you caught up in the moment with the way he writes and has you cheering Pike on whether he's dealing with his inner demons or the terrorists.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 2, 2011

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    Looking Forward to the next Pike Logan adventure

    Could not put this book down.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 25, 2011

    Could not put down after I started!

    This book was amazing adventure. I was captivated with the story and was not able to do my real job for two days. Brad Taylor translates a realistic operational mindset unlike any author I have read. Pike Logan is tribute to those "meat eaters" that have served with LTC (Ret) Taylor. Their drive and motivation are only truly understood by those within an elite brotherhood. The subtleties of the novel allow the reader a glimpse into an operational environment few have experienced. Great debut. JACKPOT! Can't wait for the sequel!

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2013

    Well Done

    Brad Taylor has become my new favorite author, his insights and knowledge has created a new and exciting work of fiction. As cheesy as this sounds I appluad him first for his service to this country and for the amazing capabilities of his writtings.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 25, 2011

    I could not put this book down!

    Brad Taylor's first thriller is a page-turning race to the finish. You will root for Pike Logan, the lead character, to do what he does best - kill the bad guys! If you are a bleeding-heart liberal who has sympathy for terrorists, this book is not for you. However, if you like it when the good guys are victorious against evil and enjoy the hard-knuckled fight, you will be enamored with this book. Move over Jason Bourne, Pike Logan should be on the thriller big screen soon! I read this book in two days and could not put it down. It is hard to believe this is Brad's first book; it reads like an experienced, fast-paced, detail-oriented author's series.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 19, 2013

    Great Introduction....meet Pike Logan

    Good job Brad Taylor ! A new strong character is always welcome and I am looking forward to the future efforts of Pike and his compadres !

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 14, 2012

    Page Turner

    Sometimes a fist book doesn't develop the characters well, even with a good plot. I melted into this book easily.

    2 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 7, 2012

    Highly Recommend

    Great book in a great series. Read this in a couple days. Can't wait for the next one

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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