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SEAL Team Six: Hunt the Jackal Hardcover – May 13, 2014


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Product Details

  • Series: Seal Team Six
  • Hardcover: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Mulholland Books; 1st Printing edition (May 13, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0316247081
  • ISBN-13: 978-0316247085
  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 6.3 x 1.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #231,267 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From Booklist

The fourth novel to feature SEAL Thomas Crocker on a hunt concerns the drug war in Mexico. With a failed mission in which several men were lost still haunting him, Crocker moves on to a new case: a senator’s wife and daughter have been abducted in Mexico, and it appears that, even if the ransom is paid, the captives are unlikely to be released unharmed. The pace is relentless, and the inside knowledge of how the SEALs operate again gives this series its appeal. The ending feels way too rushed, but that’s only a minor criticism. For action fans, Crocker continues to deliver. --Jeff Ayers

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"Crocker and his team fight every step of the way...a story grounded in reality...real insight into the hurdles, practices and experiences of the elite band of warriors."—Daniel Terrell, Guns.com

"The pace is relentless, and the inside knowledge of how the SEALs operate again gives this series its appeal...For action fans, Crocker continues to deliver."—Jeff Ayers, Booklist

"Exciting...Crocker and his men go about their dangerous mission, which involves a boatload of Special Forces military action."—Publishers Weekly

"Pulse-pounding reads filled with the kind of knowing, immersive detail that can only come from someone with real-life experience in the field. A great series."—Howard E. Wasdin, New York Times best-selling author of SEAL Team Six: Memoirs of an Elite Navy SEAL Sniper

"An amazing, timely, and very accurate thriller. Mann and Pezzullo's depiction of today's world of transnational crime and U.S. clandestine operations is frightening, balanced, and on the mark. I literally couldn't put it down."—Joel Vargas, Assistant Director of Law Enforcement, InterPort Police

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I found this to be a very fast pace, action-packed and realistic read.
Cyn
Settings and assignment objectives are very realistic, adding to the authenticity of the story.
Sharon Beverly
Seal Team Six/ Hunt the Jackal I am truly a "Crocker" junkie!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Anonymouse on May 25, 2014
Format: Hardcover
I received the four SEAL Team Six books Hunt the Wolf, Hunt the Falcon, Hunt the Scorpion, Hunt the Jackal on the same day and I binge read them one after the other. Other reviewers will tell you the details of the plots, but I want to write about the series as a whole.

Although I tried to read them in order, the e-editions I received did not clearly indicate the sequence, even on the OTHER BOOKS BY list. I took a guess and read them Falcon (3), Scorpion(2), Wolf (1), Jackal (4). It didn't matter much, though, there are some timelines of injuries, deaths, and traumas that run across the series but the books stand alone pretty well. The quality of the text is not even across the whole, however, with Jackal being more choppy than the others. I wondered if one of the writing partners put less effort into that one.

The world of these books is not like the one I inhabit, and I don't say that because I am not a SEAL running all over the world chasing bad guys. I need to sleep, I need to eat, and when I sprain an ankle or break a bone, it takes weeks and months to heal. Not these guys. Thomas Crocker tells us every book how many days a year he is on assignment and away from his family - 200, 260, 300 days. These guys don't have circadian rhythms, I guess. Jet lag, no worry. Sleep deprivation, no worry. Let's go. Let's go. Gunshot wounds, broken bones, sprains, torture, emotional trauma, all the standard ordeals of action thrillers, no worry. We are SEALS! We bounce out of the hospital onto a plane to the next assignment. It's exhausting just to read. And what's with the diet sodas? I would have thought these guys would need to pack calories to maintain this schedule. They even skip a meal now and again. Never knew soldiers to do that.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ellen T. on June 16, 2014
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About the only thing clever about this book is the title (but certainly not the content) capitalizing on the recent popularity of SEAL adventure tales. What little there is to pass for a story line is almost completely devoid of any depth, and fanciful at best. This book is not likely to appeal to anyone looking for something more than frequent lists of weapon model numbers. I'm actually rather upset with myself for not giving up on it after the first 10 pages, but I kept hoping it would get better. That hope was not realized by me, and I doubt it will be for any other reader seeking material aimed for an audience above the 5th grade level.

I was totally suckered into this one by the frequent "Amazon Recommendations for You." If there were such a thing as refunds available for books, I'd ask for one. Silly me. I know better now.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sheri Newton on May 29, 2014
Format: Hardcover
Seal Team Six: Hunt the Jackal by Don Mann is a fast paced, exciting read that takes fans of the series, and new ones, on a wild adventure of military ops that most of us will only ever read about.

Seal Team Six: Hunt the Jackal is a well written and captivating story. This is the type of book series that truly puts the reader at the heart of the characters, and makes them feel thankful that while their job is highly interesting, it is one we only want to read about, and not take part in. It is also the type that makes us thankful that there are people out there, such as the author, who put their life in danger to protect us and our country.

If you really want to see what the elite warriors that protect and serve our country do, this is a great book to read. I’m not going to ruin the plotline and give away details like that. The characters and plotline are genuine and will engage you to want to continue reading, and likely grab the other books in the series, too. I highly recommend it.

* Thank you to the publisher of Seal Team Six: Hunt the Jackal, Mulholland Books, for providing me with a copy of this book for review. All opinions expressed are my own.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J.W on May 19, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Author Don Mann’s Seal Team Six series of books remind me of the serials in the “olden days,” such as the Doc Savage series, the Executioner or the Destroyer series. That is meant to be a good compliment as I loved those books as a kid and no series has stood the test of time like they do. The Seal Team Six series rarely, if ever, bogs down and the vernacular and everything in it is relevant. I was not surprised when I read one of the authors bio that he was the “real deal.” I will continue to read this series and I recommend everyone with the taste of adventure, the taste of the military lifestyle or who just likes good actions books read this series. You will not be disappointed.
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There was a time I was a voracious reader of war novels. Then, for some obscure reason, I drifted into other genres and lost my interest. But I’m glad I read “Seal Team Six: Hunt the Jackal.” The excitement returned, the interest in weaponry and its evolution returned, and heroic deeds of brave men once again seemed energizing.

I thank the authors for reviving my interest. Don Mann, the ex-Seal, and Ralph Pezzullo, the writer, have combined their talents into a well conceived and fast paced adventure of the military operations conducted by our super sailors, the members of Seal Team Six. I suspect that Mann has many magnificent stories to relate, some of which might prompt Pezzullo to urge for a little restraint, but the overall team effort is exciting and informative with just enough credible heroics to keep the story moving.

This is not the usual war story in that the operations are conducted against the Mexican drug scene. However, cartels operate like small armies with highly trained and vicious “soldiers” using modern weapons with explosive firepower. There are also more clandestine operations giving the story a personal flavor as compared to the large scale troop conflicts. In the case of this book, where a Seal team is utilized to rescue a United States Senator’s wife and daughter from drug cartel kidnappers, the operations are very much the same as those used in what we might consider normal warfare with a smaller cast.

The operations are realistic, the dialogue is what we’d expect from a group of macho tough guys, the sentimental thoughts and tender moments are memorable and appropriate, and a sense of patriotism is invoked in the midst of the violence and murder our heroes encounter. The pace is swift and the excitement never wanes.
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