Book Review: Hidden Order A Thriller by Brad Thor

Hidden Order Brad Thor

 

 

Scot Harvath book #12

 

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The most secretive organization in America operates without accountability to the American people. Hiding in the shadows, pretending to be part of the United States Government, its power is beyond measure. Control of this organization has just been lost and the future of the nation has been thrust into peril.

When the five candidates being considered to head this mysterious agency suddenly go missing, covert counter-terrorism operative, Scot Harvath is summoned to Washington and set loose on the most dangerous chase ever to play out on American soil. But as the candidates begin turning up murdered, the chase becomes an all-too-public spectacle with every indicator suggesting that the plot has its roots in a shadowy American cabal founded in the 1700’s.

With the United States on the verge of collapse, Harvath must untangle a web of conspiracy centuries in the making and head off the greatest threat America has ever seen.

 

 

My Rating

 

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Brad has a way of making each thriller compelling and full of intrigue every time. Scot Harvath is one of my favorite operatives of the spy thriller literary world. When the nation is in a bind who wouldn’t send in Harvath? No brainer right?

While this isn’t my favorite thriller of the series, it still packs a quite a punch in the entertainment department. In the midst of the *save the nations* plot, there’s the dynamic relationship between Harvath and a unique Boston homocide detective. She’s bold, brilliant, determined and won’t take no for an answer. Just the right gal for a lone ranger like Harvath.

I’m plugging right along in this series to the next book, Act of War. 

 

 

 

Act of War Brad Thor

 

 

I’m seriously trying to catch up before the newest title, Use of Force, is released June 27, 2017. After Act of War, I’ll have to finish Code of Conduct and Foreign Agent, then will be caught up.

 

 

 

Who is your favorite spy thriller writer?

  • Vince Flynn?

  • Tom Clancy?

  • David Baldacci?

  • Lee Child?

  • Daniel Silva?

  • Sean Black?

  • Other?

Tell me in the comments!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for ridin’ the Train!! Come again and don’t be a stranger!!

Benjamin Thomas

@thewritingtrain

http://www.mysterythrillerweek.com

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Books & Blurbs: Ryan Lock, Mitch Rapp and Scott Harvath

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Hi guys!! Later this week I’ll be giving you my analysis of some of characters I’ve been enjoying recently.  Ryan Lock, Mitch Rapp, and Scott Harvath penned by Sean Black, Vince Flynn and Brad Thor respectively.  I’ll be weighing on character similarities, differences, writing styles and use of setting. Great books!! I’m looking forward to sharing the reviews and posting them so be on the lookout.

 

 

 

 

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Books I’m currently reading….

  • Immoral Certainty by Robert K. Tannenbaum
  • Atopia by Matthew Mather
  • Fatal Option by Chris Beakey
  • The Guests of South Battery by Karen White
  • Skin of Tattoos by Christina Hoag
  • Address to Die For by Mary Feliz
  • Creating Character Arcs by K.M. Weiland

 

 

Catch you later on the next blurb!!

Benjamin Thomas

@thewritingtrain

http://www.mysterythrillerweek.com