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From Publishers Weekly

Fans of TV's Jack Bauer who place a premium on action may enjoy Terry's third novel featuring superhuman intelligence operative Derek Stillwater (after The Serpent's Kiss), but those who like plausibility in their thrillers had better look elsewhere. Stillwater is working undercover as a maintenance employee at Cheyenne Hills, a resort near Colorado Springs, Colo., which is hosting the G8 summit. The Fallen Angels, a terrorist group whose members are all recruited from the highest levels of the world's intelligence agencies, easily manage to take control of the resort. Stillwater and an attractive food service worker, plucky Maria Sanchez, who proves surprisingly lethal, are the world's best hope for preventing an international disaster. Less than logical prose (e.g., for reasons we don't completely understand, [the terrorists] have proven to be very resistant to our interrogations) doesn't help the Die Hard plot line. (Apr.)
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A summit of world leaders convenes at a beautiful Colorado resort just in time to encounter a former government agent gone rogue. Threatening to kill a world leader every hour unless his demands are met, the madman and his team seem impossible to stop. It falls on Derek Stillwater, an agent working undercover at the resort as a maintenance guy, to stop his former colleague. Unfortunately, because most of the people he used to work for believe he is dead and was a traitor, Stillwater must work alone and avoid being seen by both bad guys and good. Tense from the first page, The Fallen maintains its intensity up to the very end, and Stillwater is both a sympathetic and believable hero. Readers of previous Stillwater novels will eagerly wait to see him in action again, and those new to the series will seek out his earlier adventures (including The Serpent’s Kiss, 2009). --Jeff Ayers

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  • File Size: 2249 KB
  • Print Length: 289 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1933515759
  • Publisher: Oceanview Publishing; 1 edition (April 5, 2010)
  • Publication Date: April 5, 2010
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003YFIVJK
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #348,690 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Mark Terry is the author of the Derek Stillwater thrillers, THE DEVIL'S PITCHFORK, THE SERPENT'S KISS, and THE FALLEN, as well as several standalone thrillers, including DIRTY DEEDS, CATFISH GURU, and DANCING IN THE DARK. Born in Flint, Michigan in 1964, he graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in microbiology and public health, which has informed his Derek Stillwater thrillers and other fiction. After spending 18 years working in clinical genetics, he turned to writing full time. When not writing or reading, Mark Terry is a gym rat, lifting weights, biking, running, kayaking, studying Sanchin-Ryu karate, and playing the guitar. Otherwise he spends his time with his wife and two sons in Michigan.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By carl brookins VINE VOICE on March 4, 2010
Format: Hardcover
The Fallen of the title of this intense political thriller are a cult-like group of professional spies, highly trained military black ops types and upper-level espionage operatives. They represent nearly all the major and some smaller governments around the world. These men have been coerced, or led into betraying their nations and the rest of the world. Now a group has focused on a meeting of twenty world leaders at the G8 summit. The initiation of their plan to highjack the meeting and grab many of the world's top leaders begins with a series of carefully complex and precise actions. These actions have a tendency to hype the level of tension in the early part of the novel at a rapid rate.

The difficulty of this is that by the time the plot moves into its negotiation phase and the world leaders begin to formulate push-back operations, the tension tends to level off somewhat in the midsection of the novel. One way the author has fought this tendency is by breaking the book into unusually brief sections. There are eighty-eight chapters in span of 286 pages. Mostly, it works.

The writing is crisp, the dialogue and narrative littered with the jargon of high-tech electronics and military ops which adds to the atmosphere. The book is packed with action and conflicts especially among the US political and military leaders attempting to sort out and resolve the situation. An undercover asset, the hero or protagonist of the novel is the most fully developed character and he satisfactorily fills his role. An enjoyable read well-centered in the modern political thriller genre.

I note that a copy of the book was supplied at no cost.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Judson T. Hanson on March 13, 2010
Format: Hardcover
The G8 Summit is coming up and 20 leaders from around the world will be in attendance at it the Cheyenne Resort in Colorado Springs. Security is extremely tight, with multiple agencies trying to coordinate with each other. But someone with a grudge against the US plans to make it a summit that the world won't soon forget: the Fallen Angel. Formerly an operative for the United States, Richard Coffee has returned to get revenge with his band of intelligence outcasts, who are among the best in the world at what they do. What Coffee doesn't count on is the presence of an old friend turned foe: Derek Stillwater. Working undercover as a maintenance man at the resort, Stillwater is called into action when the Angels implement their plan to take over the summit and hold the leaders for ransom. It isn't money they want though; rather it's the release of all their fellow Angels from Gitmo. However, things change when Coffee's 2nd in command kills him and plans to release a biological weapon unless his new demands are met. Can Stillwater do what he has to stop this new threat or are the odds against him simply too much?

The Fallen by Mark Terry is a very well done, albeit formulaic novel. The hero, Derek Stillwater, is your classic hero with a mysterious past about which few facts can be confirmed. Terry uses the familiar G8 summit as his backdrop and creates a sense of realism that few authors can match. Protests occur at nearly every international meeting of world leaders and the G8 summit is no exception. I think it is just a matter of time before something similar to the events in Terry's novel happens in real life. Of course, in the novel, the mysterious hero is already in place to beat the odds, save the girl and prevent disaster.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By carryon on December 11, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
If you like action similar to "Die Hard" you're in for an enjoyable story. Let's say you're a super-agent, undercover where a plot against world leaders is suspected. Let's say your old buddy who is a highly trained Special Forces dude has moved over to the dark side and is suspected to be involved in the plot. It doesn't take many pages before the killing starts and doesn't let up until the last gasp on the last page. With nicks and cuts and all kinds of bumps super-agent crawls through the duct works like a regular chimney sweep. In the process his bloody body is saved multiple times by an untrained but gorgeous gal who squirms along with him through the ordeal. If it was reality the story would end for our hero on his first encounter with evil, but that's not how it is in real make-believe.

In the old b-westerns the hero was always tied up by the bad guys. He gets loose and eliminates the bad guys. We of course didn't want the hero to die but it sure would have made life easier for the bad guys if they had shot him instead of tying him up.

I still like it when the hero wins.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mipsy on February 18, 2012
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
This was a really fun read with total non stop action. I felt really sorry for the main character, Derek Stillwater, who was put through so much in such a short time frame - I think even Matt Reilly's characters of Shane "Scarecrow" Schofield and Jack West Jr get a bit of breathing space - and Reilly is the total master of the non stop rollercoaster action genre!

I think as long as you suspend any disbelief you can enjoy this - just accept that Stillwater can keep on going with so many injuries - it makes it much easier.

So overall - good characters, nice interplay between them, fun story, nice twist or two, recommend to read.
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