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Corps Justice Boxed Set: Books 1-3: Back to War, Council of Patriots, Prime Asset - Military Thrillers Kindle Edition

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"Love!! Couldn't put them down. Must have finished them in record time." - E. Hedges
"Brilliant writing, awesome suspense and some great twists and turns." - Amazon Customer
"As a former Marine, these stories beg to be read." - N. Heer
"These books are like a modern version of the Avengers." - Sunny Artist
"...these stories are about timely topics that a reader can relate to from the nightly news. Kick ass and take names!" - D. Knight

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  • File Size: 2459 KB
  • Print Length: 730 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Corps Justice (March 13, 2013)
  • Publication Date: March 13, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BUAZL12
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,107 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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C. G. Cooper is author of the Corps Justice novels and The Chronicles of Benjamin Dragon. You can find him at or

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Corps Justice Series Order:

1. Back to War (FREE)
2. Council of Patriots (FREE)
3. Prime Asset (FREE)
4. Presidential Shift
5. National Burden
6. Lethal Misconduct
7. Moral Imperative
8. Disavowed
9. Chain of Command
10. Papal Justice
11. The Zimmer Doctrine (Coming Fall 2015)

Daniel Briggs Novels:

1. Adrift
2. Fallen

Corps Justice Short Stories:

1. God-Speed
2. Running
3. Chosen

The Chronicles of Benjamin Dragon
1. Benjamin Dragon - Awakening
2. Benjamin Dragon - Legacy

Questions with the author:

Q: How do you come with the ideas for your novels?
A: Two ways: 1) My readers, and 2) current events. My readers want to know how Cal and the gang would handle real world situations. Based on research, reader input and my style, a story is born.

Q: Is there a theme you try to weave throughout the Corps Justice series?
A: I'd say there are a couple things. 1) take care of your comrades, 2) believe in something bigger than yourself, and 3) Semper Fidelis

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63 of 66 people found the following review helpful By VT Strong on June 15, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
I'm not one to really do reviews but these books are just downright amazing. I've read the Corps Justice series more than once and each time I was pulled into the story like it was my first time reading it. C.G. Cooper doesn't go overboard with details like many of the books I have read yet I feel like I'm watching a movie while reading about Cal Stokes and his men rescuing each other and America throughout the series. The loyalty and respect the main characters have for one another is obvious from the beginning not only because it's stated, but also because they prove it on their missions. Their love for America and what our country stands for is also very clear. Especially now, our country could use the Corps Justice team from SSI. The books are somewhat short but again, they're not drawn out with unnecessary details and SSI gets in and gets the job done, no matter what the task.

I'm currently reading Presidential Shift (not included in this set) and highly suggest purchasing that one. I also recommend the short stories, Godspeed and Running. Both are very short and provide just a little, but enough, background on things briefly mentioned in the series. Adrift is another background story in the series about Daniel Cooper which I haven't read yet but can't wait to start!

Thank you C.G. Cooper for an amazing series and most importantly thank you for your service to our country as a Marine
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46 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Wm Eric Brunsen on April 21, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
I don't have the box set, but have read each one as the came out. I am one of those people who don't do reviews very often, but these books were worth a review.

As I have read each of the books in the series, they have gotten consistently better in story line and in the writing.

If you just want a quick, easy-reading, fun action book, then these are what you are looking for. Not much fluff, just the story, characters and action. The remind me a lot of the westerns I used to read (think Louis L'Amour).

While I enjoy books written by authors like Brad Thor, Vince Flynn, James Rollins, Barry Eisler, etc., sometimes I want something that is lighter and easier to read, and these fit that roll very well.

What I mean by this is that many books go into great detail (like the location the character is in, including history of notable buildings, details about the history of an area in a city, etc.) at times this makes them more of an effort to read. While this information is generally interesting and "enriches" the book, it does take a little more effort to read the book.

The Corps Justice series on the other hand, is stripped down to the core story and does not include a lot of these types of things, so it is really easy to pick up the book and run with it. However, this does not mean that the books are any less entertaining to read, nor does it mean that the characters or the story lines are not well developed.

In my opinion, Cooper has done a great job of balancing what is and is not necessary to have a good book that is easy and fun to read.

Even the short stories
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Have2Cruise on October 26, 2014
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OMG! I have just finished reading the boxed set. Brilliant writing, awesome suspense and some great twists and turns. The first Corps Justice book I read was Adrift and loved it. Then went hunting to see what other books CG Cooper had written. Found all his books and read God-Speed then Running before diving into the first three books about SSI. I love his style of writing that kept me engaged. I have a love for the military and am grateful everyday the sacrifices they and their families make to keep us safe. I love it when someone has a military background, uses their knowledge and experience along with a talent for writing to create some great reading material. There were a couple of late nights as I could not put the books down.
Back to War had my heartbreaking for all that Cal had gone through and now he needed to find those responsible for his fiance's murder. Add to that he was struggling to find whether or not he belonged in SSI and if so, how. The struggles he went through and the training he relied on made for a great story.
Council of Patriots was even better than Back to War. Trying to figure out who was on what side and who was double-crossing who, kept me up at night. Just when I thought I had it figured out, the author would throw in another twist. Loved it!
Prime Asset was very hard to put down. There was heart-stopping action all over the place along with some shocking heartbreak. Now onto Book 4 - Presidential Shift.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Retired on April 21, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
I thoroughly enjoyed each of the Corps of Justice novels.

As a military retiree I recognize the 'possibility' of like minded vets organizing for many reasons. Why not for a security firm that appreciates its employees, their experiences and their ability to contribute?

While pure fiction, the story line is conceptually believable. The development of the story lines is consistent between the novels and the characters remain true to themselves and to each other. Each of the principle characters have experiences and capabilities that are possible and whose efforts, when combined with one another, lead to successful conclusions.

Yes, these are macho escapist stories at their best! Well worth the read - just resist signing up yourself!
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the core justice series
Great series! There are 2 short stories that I read after Prime Asset because a)that's when I got them and b) I'm not sure exactly where they go. But they can easily be read at the beginning without any spoilers for the upcoming books.

Short story 1: Running
Short story 2: God-Speed
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