Sunday, February 18, 2018

Debt of Fear by Michael Reid Jr @MichaelReidJr1

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Duty outweighs fear as Logan Falcone, a retired Marine, is secretly asked to hunt down a terror cell in the U.S. However, what he finds is much more terrifying than anything he’s fought through before.

This fast-paced thriller will pull you into the story with vivid descriptions allowing you to experience the emotions of war and terror first hand. Each heart-stopping moment allows a glimpse inside the mind of a terrorist, Amir, as he descends from Army hero to traitor, revealing how we’re all guided by emotions.



Logan Falcone had finally stopped reliving the events in Iraq when a phone call from Samantha forced him to leave his detached reality. A terrorist attack in Paris hinted at American involvement and she feared a cover-up. A second attack, this time in Chicago, starts to open a deceitful door into a terrorist cell. Logan uses his old connections, a group of recon marines, and as much assistance as Samantha can give without compromising her job with the FBI. Leads fall through their fingers and it appears there’s a leak in the government. In the end, it comes down to Logan’s intuitive training and ability to read people. Will Logan be able to tap into who he used to be? Or will his fears of another loss dictate his actions, causing even more attacks and American deaths?