A rogue rescue operation sanctions five CIA case officers to the Agency’s despised counterintelligence division (X Div). Their first assignment is finding a former instructor in South America, only to discover they've tripped over a pending coup d’état....
|Title||:||the suicide squad book one|
|Number of Pages||:||146 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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the suicide squad book one Reviews
I give it 3.5 stars! The Suicide Squad starts with a bang and continuously reads like a Borne movie. While the action was good and descriptive and the case work interesting, my favorite part was learning the background of the struggles of power in Ecuador. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a good quick picture into the world of spies that will leave you looking for book of the series!
In The Suicide Squad no expense is spared. The team of elite, taskforce agents faces everything from CIA in-house politics and clandestine interests to parenting; yet they fight to protect the one thing the government could not train them in – true camaraderie. The group is conflicted between what is right and who can’t be trusted. Going from Iraq to Langley to Ecuador, each page turn features the 5-man team individually paying the wages of government intervention.TJ Water’s brings the frontline perspective to the masses in an extraordinary way. Water’s brilliant storytelling is fast-paced sleuth drama that’s edgy without losing intense emotion. Each character stands alone, all submitting to the book’s powerful dénouement. Author TJ Water’s experience in the field drives high-energy to each chapter forcing you to examine yourself as the characters engage in matters of mystery, as well as family values. Hence, Water’s “Suicide Squad” is an authentic read. A definite must-have for espionage enthusiasts.