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Executive Reaction (SPECTRE Series) (Volume 4) Paperback – October 19, 2015
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C.W. Lemoine is the author of the military/espionage thriller novels SPECTRE RISING, AVOID. NEGOTIATE. KILL., ARCHANGEL FALLEN, EXECUTIVE REACTION, and BRICK BY BRICK. A Louisiana native, Lemoine is a graduate of the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University in New Orleans. After graduating college, Lemoine joined the Air Force Reserve where he flew the F-16 and accumulated one thousand hours including a combat tour in Iraq. Lemoine later transferred to the Navy Reserve where he currently flies F/A-18A+ Hornets. In 2011, Lemoine received his Instructor Certification in Survival Krav Maga and his Brown Belt in 2012. He is also a Louisiana P.O.S.T. – 1 certified Law Enforcement Officer and former National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians certified EMT-Basic. Lemoine lives in New Orleans with his two rescue dogs Sniper and Kaiser Von Ruff. When he’s not flying or writing, he enjoys volunteering with local law enforcement, working out, and running with his two dogs
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I do have doubts about the effectiveness of a handful of men with various levels of training against a much larger well trained force, but the underdog winning against the odds is such a staple of action-adventure stories that Lemoine can't be faulted for invoking the scenario here.
I feel the "bad guy" was revealed to the reader a bit early but the author did a craftsman's job of guiding the protagonists through peeling the layers of the onion until the antagonist was revealed.
I've read all four books in the series and highly recommend them as a good "beach book" read.