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Better to Beg Forgiveness... (Freehold Series) Mass Market Paperback – February 24, 2009
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About the Author
Michael Z. Williamson was born in Birkenhead, England and raised in Liverpool, and Toronto, Canada, before moving to Columbus, Ohio. An 18-year veteran of the US Army and US Air Force, he is a state-ranked competitive shooter in combat rifle and combat pistol. His other books include Freehold (Baen), the Target Terror series for Harper-Collins, so far including Targets of Opportunity and The Scope of Justice, and Hero, a collaboration with New York Times best-selling author John Ringo for Baen. He currently lives in Indianapolis with his wife Gail, their two children, and various cats that are not to be trusted.
Top customer reviews
The story has a lot of parallels to the US situation in Afghanistan and is as grounded in reality as any modern warfare thriller. The Ripple Creek team are dynamic, realistic characters that you'll engage with, and root for. Anyone who ever had to deal with a bureaucracy will immediately sympathize with the restrictions placed on them by higher, and will cheer for their workarounds.
Well balanced between political intrigue, action, character development, and world building. This is a great read that will have you clamoring for the rest of the series.
Williamson is a competent writer and a man who digs deep into the human condition.
I apologize, I feel very awkward doing these reviews. Who gives a crap what I think? It's important for the author, that's why I do it. The previous series and so far this one is well worth the money. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.