The Last Man

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Simon & Schuster, Limited, 2012 - Intelligence officers - 433 pages
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The new pulse-pounding thriller from the New York Times No. 1 bestselling phenomenon.
A hero can't always be good . . .
Joe Rickman, head of clandestine operations in the Middle East, has been kidnapped, and with him top secret CIA information that could prove disastrous in the wrong hands.
Mitch Rapp must find Rickman at all costs. But something doesn't add up and he soon suspects something even more sinister is afoot.
With elements inside his own government working against him, Rapp will have to make to make a tough call between playing the hero and playing nice. Or will he be stopped dead before he can succeed?
Praise for Vince Flynn:
'Sizzles with inside information and CIA secrets' Dan Brown
'Flynn perfectly measures all the ingredients for a fast and furious read' Publishers Weekly
'A cracking, uncompromising yarn that literally takes no prisoners' The Times
Vince Flynn clearly has one eye on Lee Child's action thriller throne with this twist-laden story. . . instantly gripping' Shortlist

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User Review  - nvellis01 - LibraryThing

I have enjoyed all of Vince Flynn's Mitch Rapp books. They have fast paced plots, realistic fights, accurate use of high tech equipment and interesting characters. The last two books in the Mitch Rapp ... Read full review

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User Review  - libgirl69 - LibraryThing

Enjoyed this one very much. Good plot, good pace of story, thoroughly enjoyed Rapp's various rants through the book. Tinged with sadness that there won't be another one by Vince Flynn. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Vince Flynn was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota in 1966. He graduated from the University of St. Thomas and went to work as an account and sales marketing specialist for Kraft Foods. In 1990, he accepted an aviation candidate slot with the United States Marine Corps, but was medically disqualified before starting the program. He worked as a bartender while writing his first book, Term Limits, which after receiving numerous rejections he self-published. It hit the New York Times bestseller list in paperback. He went on to write the Mitch Rapp series. He was a story consultant for the television series 24. He died after a long battle with prostate cancer on June 19, 2013 at the age of 47.

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