Written in the style of Clusser or Clancy this action-packed novel features Briggs Tanner as the hero, solving an international drama that threatens the peace of the world.
When a man is murdered in front of Briggs, he finds himself in the middle of an international crises, that ties terrorists from multiple countries. As he digs deeper, the plot thickens, drawing in multiple characters.
What is essentially a good story is let down by some inconsistent facts and a few typos. Both of which could have been fixed with a good editor.
That aside, the story line moves along at a good pace, building to the inevitable action packed climax. It is an easy read, and many of the characters are well developed, although a few of the bad guys roll over far too easily.
An easy to read, modern day, American war novel.
Heath writes reviews regularly for newspapers and magazines.