Termination Orders

Termination Orders

by Leo J. Maloney, Caio Camargo
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Termination Orders 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
DeFa1 More than 1 year ago
One of the best books i have read in a very long time! Leo J Maloney is an absolute genius. From the first page to the last page i was hooked, i couldn't put it down. Ive read similar books of this type of genre but every other book gets bogged down with techie lingo and weird names for things. This book still gives you that jason bourne style action without all the trying to find myself junk they add. Highly recommend this book. A++++ !!
7MAL More than 1 year ago
I loved this book and can't wait for the next one in the series. Maloney grabbed me from the page and didnt' let go. Dan Morgan's conflict between country and family played out at an incredible pace. It's a great read and a little scary. What's true? What's fiction?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was one of the best books I have read! I could not put the book down. Thank you Leo Maloney
AAR More than 1 year ago
RATING:4.5)TERMINATION ORDERS: CODE NAME COBRA by Leo Maloney with Caio Camargo is an heart pumping,action packed thriller based on a "quasi-memoir" and Black Ops Intrigue.What an intriguing story of danger,intrigue,suspense,ethical questions,ambush, counter terrorism, hostage rescue,torture,revenge,betrayal,drug cartel,reconnaissance, assassination,and a trek across three continents.This is an amazing story that will have you turning pages from the beginning to the end.The plot is easy to follow,written with depth and details. The characters are believable,engaging and will capture your heart. Termination Orders: Code Name Cobra is definitely a keeper and a must read for all action,suspense,and military readers.What an captivating,compelling story.I hope to read more on this author.This book was received for the purpose of review from the publisher and the author.Details can be found at Independent Publishing House and My Book Addiction Reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Couldn't put it down....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Can't wait for the next one......just bought it.
redtailrider More than 1 year ago
A disappointing and poorly written novel.  The plot is juvenile with holes too large to ever close.      
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A silly propaganda piece, boringly written. I am sorry that there are negative stars.
VirginiaYank More than 1 year ago
This is one of the Tommy Carmanelli series. Has a "Breezy" 1st person style that I like (reminds me of a Sam Spade novel). Plot carries over to another book in the series. Marketing ploy (?) but I'll get it regardless so doesn't matter.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story. A little predictable. Too many run-on sentences that negatively effect the flow when reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not the best thriller but better than many. Author needs to hone his writing skills & hire a good editor/proofreader. aj west
bonde53 More than 1 year ago
I understand this is the first of the series. It's also right up there with the best of them. Now, I'm on the second book, "Silent Assassin". Can't wait to start. I like the partnership between Cobra and Cougar. What you think is definitely going to happen....doesn't, and when you least expect something, you can't wait to turn the page to see what will happen. Storyline draws you in to what grows to be a very close relationship between these two covert operators. It looks like a great series....and I've read most every author that writes about these operations. Another one I can recommend: Kyle Swanson Sniper Series written by Jack Coughlin.
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CBH More than 1 year ago
A deep ops story presented in an epic style that takes fact mixed with a bit of fiction to create a spy thriller that takes the reader deep into secret spy missions. Leo Maloney had a career in Black Ops that he left in 2001. After many friends heard some of Leo's experiences they told him there was definitely a book that he must write telling of his work as a spy. Leo takes you with him into the depths, or should I say pits, of torture, deception, and friendship in Black Ops, and a personal life that had to be completely separate from the secrecy of work. Code names were what their associates know most spies by unless they are exceptionally personally close. Cougar, Zalmay, and Cobra are some of the key names in this story. Cobra, (Dan Morgan), has been retired a few years trying to get his family life together but never able to fully forget his career that kept him on edge every minute of every day no matter where he was. Cobra answers his door to a former associate, Plante, who is trying to get Cobra back in the deep ops business telling him that only he can perform the current task for the CIA. Cobra tells Plante, a former associate, there is no way he would ever return to the ops program, that is until Plante tells Cobra that his old buddy, Cougar, is dead and he had left a message that only Cobra would be able to decipher. Cobra took Plante into his home office telling his family that Plante was an old associate and friend. Plante told Morgan (Cobra) that the agency needed him pronto for this assignment and begged him to help. Thus begins an adventure for Morgan taking him back to the disastrous dangerous conditions in Iraq and Afghanistan while telling his family next to nothing about why he was leaving to help once again. Morgan goes to the CIA offices to fill out all the paperwork that he thought would no longer be a part of his or his family's life. He then was shown Cougar's message that Morgan realized was in a code that only he could understand. When Cobra got to Afghanistan he again met up with those he had worked with before, as well as some new faces that he knew not whether to trust. He had to trust his instinct and the word from those he had trusted. While Morgan was deeply involved across the sea, Senator Lana McKay was running for reelection and was searching for backers. A part of her campaign was to check on all the private contractors in Afghanistan and Iraq to flush out the bad ones and help the good ones. She met with Senator Nickerson, who she thought was one of her supporters, but proved not to be. Eventually her life was threatened because of her stance. Cobra was in and out of trouble, prison, and suffering terrible treatment, all the while meeting new people not knowing their trustworthiness. He traveled in between with even some time in the United States where he could talk with his family briefly but he had to stay on the move still searching for clues connected to Cougar. At one point the CIA started to wonder if Morgan had gone rogue and killed off some of those connected with him. Another spy, Natasha, and Senator Nickerson were supposed to kill Morgan but neither had succeeded so Natasha said she would get him. When Morgan's family became a pawn in this puzzle, he declared he would end this and get those that would hurt his family. I do not want to go any deeper into this terrific story. If Leo Maloney actually lived this story we all owe him and those like him a dee
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
nothing more to add