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- Print Length: 201 pages
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- Publication Date: January 31, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N32NQTH
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In the first paragraph, an old enemy of both Tanner and Sara has hired a hit squad to crash the plane in which our duo are traveling. With the pilot dead, their plane partially submerged and four swaggering combatants taunting them from far away, things look bleak for our heroes. A few minutes later, the four combatants are dead and their chopper pilot is getting the you-know-what out of Dodge. So how did he do it? Swam (sans clothing) under the ice (of a S.i.b.e.r.i.a.n. lake), comes up behind this first set of bad guys. That's how.
On their way back toward civilization (they are so far out there is no cell service!), they come upon a second group of criminals who have kidnapped the grand-daughter of a Russian politician. Even though he is a world-infamous assassin, Tanner cannot take credit for all of the deaths though. Some of the opponents kill each other, a couple are dispatched by one really ticked-off wolf (some graphic descriptions there), and others by the cold or their own insanity.
The ladies held their ends up as well. Sara, of course, had skills of her own, but seriously injured her knee in the initial plane crash, making it harder and harder to go on. Polina (the ex-kidnapped grand-daughter) was in her Girl Scout uniform when she was taken. Why is this important? Because when they had to build a shelter out of snow...she knew how to help! She also walked away from the wolf who had previously killed at least two of the bad guys. And, when it came to the last baddie standing, she got herself out of that mess! (I wonder if it's too late to sign my daughter up for Girl Scouts!)
Fans of Bond-James Bond will become fans of Tanner. (I believe I like Tanner even a little more. He's less pretentious than Bond, more direct and has been knocked around by life enough to roughen his edges a little.) White Hell has a lot of action, a lot of moments you want to shout, 'Look out behind you!", and a lot of dead bad guys at the end.
I liked the idea of this book but, for me, there were just too many villains to keep straight. They were all after this pair for different reasons but were all in the same place at the same time. Now Tanner and Sara were great. They were 'good guys' and just about everybody else were 'bad guys' chasing them.
I liked Tanner but I didn't find him believable. He was like a superhero. He could sneak up on anybody and kill them without them knowing he was close.
My rating for this book is 2.5 stars. While it wasn't for me, if you like stories with mercenaries and killers, you will like White Hell.