Days of Rage: A Pike Logan Thriller

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Penguin, 2014 - Fiction - 448 pages
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In former delta force operator and New York Times bestseller Brad Taylor’s latest Pike Logan thriller, the Taskforce must stop their most devastating threat yet—a weapon of mass destruction.

The Taskforce is used to being the hunter, but this time they’re the hunted.

Intent on embroiling the US in a quagmire that will sap its economy and drain its legitimacy, Russia passes a potential weapon of mass destruction to Boko Haram, an extreme Islamic sect in Nigeria. A relic of the Cold War, the Russian FSB believes the weapon has deteriorated and is no longer effective, but they are wrong. Boko Haram has the means for mass destruction, which will be set loose upon a multitude of unsuspecting innocents on one of the world’s grandest stages.

Trying to solve the riddle of who might be stalking them, Pike Logan and the Taskforce have no idea what’s been set in motion; but there’s another secret from the Cold War buried in the Russian FSB, and exposing it will mean the difference between life and death—not only for Pike and his partner, Jennifer, but for perhaps millions more around the globe.
 

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User Review  - mhanlon - LibraryThing

I had an advanced reader copy of this one. And I just couldn't work up any emotion about this book, not rage, not excitement, not joy, not even hate. It was a bit plodding, very complex, and for all ... Read full review

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User Review  - musichick52 - LibraryThing

This is my first exposure to Mr. Thor's writing and although this book belongs in his Pike Logan series, what I want to mention is the inclusion of two fierce, wonder-woman female characters. They are ... Read full review

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BRAD TAYLOR is the New York Times bestselling author of five previous Pike Logan novels. He served for more than twenty years in the US Army, including eight years in 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment?Delta, commonly known as Delta Force. He retired as a Special Forces lieutenant colonel and now lives in Charleston, South Carolina.

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