R-Complex

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John Crown believed that his Special Forces training and missions were now only distant memories. But when his pregnant wife is killed "accidentally" by cold-blooded, professional car thieves and racketeers, something else dies too: John's new life as a husband, soon-to-be father, and successful software engineer in Atlanta, Georgia. To track down his wife's unknown killers, John sets a series of ingenious and deadly traps for his unwitting, criminal prey. John soon becomes the underworld's worst nightmare: a ...
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John Crown believed that his Special Forces training and missions were now only distant memories. But when his pregnant wife is killed "accidentally" by cold-blooded, professional car thieves and racketeers, something else dies too: John's new life as a husband, soon-to-be father, and successful software engineer in Atlanta, Georgia. To track down his wife's unknown killers, John sets a series of ingenious and deadly traps for his unwitting, criminal prey. John soon becomes the underworld's worst nightmare: a military-trained vigilante obeying no law except the one that will bring him peace the law of revenge. What he doesn't know is that some of his prey welcome the challenge, anxious and willing to play his deadly game to win.

The R-complex is a fast-paced action adventure novel about organized crime, drugs cartels, terrorists groups, revenge killings, brutal murders, improvised demolitions, a man who's the ultimate killing machine, a female assassin, and a Special Forces A Team infiltrating Colombia, South America, to bring two villains to justice recently referred to in the news as The Salvador Option. Find out more about the book and the author as well as print out the first four chapters at the book's web site www.oldmp.com/r-complex

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781931575461
  • Publisher: Old Mountain Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/2005
  • Pages: 230
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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  • Posted January 5, 2010

    Thoroughly entertaining book

    One of the traits of a well written book is that it paints a picture clearly enough that you can "watch the movie" (in your head) while you're reading the book. This book did a great job of that and I really enjoyed it. The book is well written and the plot takes some good twists and turns that keeps you wondering what will happen next.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2005

    Great Read

    Finished the book. It is outstandingly descriptive and extremely well written. It shows the author's expertise in weapons, in tactics and in organization - it also shows his amazing grasp of fiction interlaced with reality. I congratulate Davis on such a detailed piece of work.

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