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Black Site: A Delta Force Novel Hardcover – January 31, 2012
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—Brad Thor, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Full Black
“Step aside, Jack Ryan—Kolt Raynor is the true hero of the new millennium. Written with an authentic voice, the debut novel by Dalton Fury, Black Site, left me breathless and awed by its battlefield- ardened reality. I kept having to remind myself this was fiction. Here is a book to put you in the trenches, slogging with the best, armed to the teeth, challenging you to keep up. If you want to know what it’s truly like to be a Delta Force operator, pick up this book today.”
—James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author of The Devil Colony
“Dalton Fury and I came up in the Unit together, flip-flopping troops and missions from Afghanistan to Iraq. What makes his writing unique is not just the tactical accuracy—which this book has in spades—but his unique understanding of the geo-political events that propel the plot. He is the real deal. If you want to know what it’s like on the front lines of the shadow war, pick up this book.”
—Brad Taylor, New York Times bestselling author of One Rough Man
From the Back Cover
"Step aside, Jack Ryan―
Kolt Raynor is the true hero of the new millennium. Black Site left me
breathless and awed…I kept having to remind myself this was fiction."
―JAMES ROLLINS, New York Times bestselling author
Meet Kolt Raynor. Delta Force operator and one-time American hero, struggling to make sense of his life―and duty―after a mission gone bad. Three years ago, in the mountains of Pakistan, Raynor made a split-second decision to disobey orders―one that got some of his teammates killed and the rest captured. Now he's been given a second chance. A final shot at redemption. But it comes at a staggering price…
A shadowy group of former colleagues has asked Raynor to return, alone, to Pakistan's badlands. His assignment seems clear: find his missing men and bring them home. But when Raynor uncovers a sinister al Qaeda plot to capture a Black Site―a secret U.S. prison―the entire region is at risk. A ruthless, unknown enemy has now entered the game…and he'll stop at nothing to make sure Raynor's mission is not accomplished.
"THE REAL DEAL.
If you want to know what it's like on the front lines of the shadow war,
pick up this book." ―BRAD TAYLOR, New York Times bestselling author of All Necessary Force--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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It's not bad, and I would encourage others to check out the book if the price is right, but ultimately it didn't live up to the Vince Flynn or Brad Thor expectations.
We'll done, and RIP to the man behind the name "Dalton Fury"...
Kolt "Racer" Raynor is the flawed hero who saw his military career as a Delta team leader collapse after a split second decision in the field goes awry and his men are killed and a rescue team aboard a copter is shot down. Kolt is bright, tough as nails, spontaneous and a bit of a maverick if not a loose cannon at times. After being drummed out of the service, he becomes a drunk and a civilian security specialist while trying to regain some sense of purpose in his life. Three years later, he is contacted by his former superior officer and offered a chance to redeem himself by infiltrating into Pakistan to obtain "proof of life" that his former colleagues survived the doomed helicopter rescue mission only to become human shields to protect Al Qaeda and Taliban assets. While performing his mission, Kolt discovers an insidious plot by Al Qaeda to destroy a secret "Black Site" housing a prison for high value targets and in the process turn world opinion against the US while destabilizing Pakistan and allowing nuclear weapons to fall into their hands.
"Black Site" recounts Kolt's race to find his comrades and get the proof needed for a rescue mission and then to discover the details of the deadly Al Qaeda plan and disrupt it in any way possible. Make no mistake, "Black Site" is a novel of personal redemption as much as it is a story of the tactical bravery of our Delta teams counter posed against the sometimes mind numbing slowness of military decision making in Washington. Kolt is indeed a flawed character, but he is also a man who reflects the best of personal bravery and loyalty and commitment to his men and to his country. I found myself breathless at times with the break neck pacing of the book and I highly recommend it to fans of this genre.