Ghost: Book I of Kildar

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Baen, Oct 1, 2005 - Fiction - 416 pages
7 Reviews
This "Ghost" may not walk through walls, but walls had better not get in his way! A new techno-thriller adventure series by a New York Times best-selling author. This is a breakout title with strong cross-category appeal.

Former SEAL Michael Harmon, Team Name "Ghost", retired for service injuries, is not enjoying college life. But things are about to change, if not for the better. When he sees a kidnapping a series of, at the time logical, decisions leave him shot to ribbons and battling a battalion of Syrian commandos with only the help of three naked co-eds who answer to the names "Bambi," "Thumper" and "Cotton Tail." A fast-paced, highly-sexual, military-action thriller that ranges from a poison facory in the Mideast to the Florida Keys to Siberia, the novel will keep you guessing what twisted fate will bring next for the man once known as . . . Ghost. Keep an eye on him or . . . poof, he'll be gone.

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User Review  - ConalO - LibraryThing

Who is Mike Harmon you ask? Navy Seal? Check Bad Ass? Definitely Killer? Only if you look at him wrong (or maybe he is having an off day) Rapist Fantasies? Right there in the first chapter Sexual ... Read full review

Awesome, Hard, Sexy, Violent!

User Review  - JSUN 75 - Borders

The title sums it up for me. A great character with some fairly dark inclinations that he rather successfuly controls. The backdrops are exotic and the story lines are an adventure. You do not read ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2005)

John Ringo had visited 23 countries and attended 14 schools by the time he graduated high school. This left him with a wonderful appreciation of the oneness of humanity and a permanent aversion to foreign food. A veteran of the 82nd Airborne, he brings first-hand knowledge of military operations to his fiction. His novels for Baen include the four novels in the New York Times best-selling Posleen War series (A Hymn Before Battle, Gust Front, When the Devil Dances, and Hell's Faire), the Council War series (There Will be Dragons, Emerald Sea, and Against the Tide), the novel Into the Looking Glass, four collaborations with New York Times bestselling author David Weber (March Upcountry, March to the Sea, March to the Stars and We Few) and two collaborative spinoffs from the Posleen series: Hero (with Michael Z. Williamson) and the New York Times best seller Cally's War (with Julie Cochrane).

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