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The Final Defense: The War on Terror Followed Him Home (Alan Ramsey Novel Series Book 1)

The Final Defense The War on Terror Followed Him Home Alan Ramsey Novel Series Book RATED A NOTABLE PAGE TURNER FOR BY SHELF UNBOUND MAGAZINE Ken Wash presents a gripping tale of espionage and suspense in The Final Defense his first published work introducing Alan Ramsey and P

  • Title: The Final Defense: The War on Terror Followed Him Home (Alan Ramsey Novel Series Book 1)
  • Author: Kenneth Wash
  • ISBN: 9780985107604
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • RATED A NOTABLE PAGE TURNER FOR 2013 BY SHELF UNBOUND MAGAZINE Ken Wash presents a gripping tale of espionage and suspense in The Final Defense, his first published work, introducing Alan Ramsey and Paul Jackson as the CIA s newest winning team In this first book to the Alan Ramsey Series you ll be introduced to Alan Ramsey, a new CIA agent that proves he s got what itRATED A NOTABLE PAGE TURNER FOR 2013 BY SHELF UNBOUND MAGAZINE Ken Wash presents a gripping tale of espionage and suspense in The Final Defense, his first published work, introducing Alan Ramsey and Paul Jackson as the CIA s newest winning team In this first book to the Alan Ramsey Series you ll be introduced to Alan Ramsey, a new CIA agent that proves he s got what it takes to get the job done SYNOPSIS A skirmish in the desert on the Texas Mexico border sets events in motion that put Alan Ramsey, a prior Special Operations Captain turned CIA terrorism subject matter expert, and his newly recruited partner, Paul Jackson, on high alert as they follow a criminal pattern that indicates the war on terror isn t exactly over When it is suspected that a nuclear warhead has made it onto American soil and is in the hands of a ruthless insurgent, Leajah bin Masri, the stage is set for a race against time to stop the terrorist before the weapon can be deployed With Alan Ramsey and his team on the heels of the terrorists at every turn, bin Masri must decide to keep moving or use the weapon before it reaches its destination, taking the CIA, FBI, and the local police on a wild ride down several different and sometimes simultaneous paths in a final act of defense that culminates with a heart pounding, white knuckle ride to beat the clock Don t miss this first book in the Alan Ramsey Series Also look for FLAGS OF VENGEANCE, Secrets of State, the second novel and follow on sequel to THE FINAL DEFENSE You can find it here Flags Vengeance Fresh and relevant, you will not be able to put this book down This book really conveys the most terrifying charicteristic about our contemporary enemieseir ability to blend in It was thoroughly authentic and utterly absorbing throughout.

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    1 thought on “The Final Defense: The War on Terror Followed Him Home (Alan Ramsey Novel Series Book 1)

    1. What would you do if the war followed you home? Alan Ramsey did the only thing he could after being wounded on his last deployment. He joined the CIA! I loved this book, very well written, detailed without being boring, in fact you have to jump to keep up with all the action. Murder, Mystery, terror, just enough humor to keep the action moving. A few tears and a couple "I don't believe its" Paul Jackson and Alan Ramsey are a perfect team. Both working hand in hand with all the other departments. [...]

    2. I picked it up and read it cover to cover in a few days as a refresher. There are some things I would change if I rewrote it, but overall I like the action and the way the story played out. Can't wait for the promised sequel. :)

    3. If this book was conceived to be an action thriller, it did deliver tons of action, but not any matching thrill. The style of writing turned descriptive where it ought to have remained crisp. A skill, I hope wouldn't elude a promising author like Kenneth Wash for long.

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