- File Size: 1780 KB
- Print Length: 332 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Severn River Publishing (October 9, 2019)
- Publication Date: October 9, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07YYM6S3P
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #232,506 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Fahrenheit Kuwait (The Reluctant Assassin Series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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In this book, Atcho is called back into service to find Klaus who escaped Berlin with the nuclear bomb suitcase in the last book. The Chase leads him and his friend, Major Joe Horton, from Germany to Greece to Kuwait and the USA. you are kept guessing to the end whether the bomb will explode, whether Klaus will be captured, whether Atcho and Sophia will survive.
this book can easily be a stand-alone novel if you have not read the previous works. Lee Jackson is an excellent storyteller and I would recommend Curse the Moon, Rasputin's Legacy and Vortex: Berlin if you have not already read them.
Mr. Jackson keeps the language clean and writes a book that I can easily recommend
Fahrenheit Kuwait tells a compelling fictional story within the big historical context of victory over Saddam Hussein’s evil attempt to expand his dominion over the Middle East by invading Kuwait, spreading death and destruction across that country while terrorizing the region. Jackson relates a few of the multitude of examples of extraordinary achievements made by ordinary Americans to vanquish Saddam and the horrifying effects of the invasion and its aftermath. When Saddam set fire to the oil wells, for example, Jackson’s vivid description of the enormity of that situation and reminder of how quickly and expertly American ingenuity and courage dealt with it should be a source of pride in every American heart.
Once again, Jackson’s lead character Atcho is in the middle of these massive currents of change swirling through the world. And once again, Atcho is the key to averting disaster of epic proportions at the hands of an evil terrorist bent on using a WMD both in Kuwait and in the American Heartland.
Each book in Jackson’s series of historical thrillers stands on its own as a compelling and engaging action novel. Fahrenheit Kuwait, like the other books in this series, continues to add depth to the lead character, Atcho, as well as supporting characters. I definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good action thriller and am looking forward eagerly to Atcho’s next episode. Thanks, Lee Jackson, for another exciting story that reminds us of the crucial role America plays in bringing order out of chaos in the world!