And Jones finds him a partner, another former special ops agent who can't seem to figure out what he wants in the civilian world. And it is High Velocity. He's not a triple tap and done kind of cleaner. The pairing yields an impressive scene as the pair try to thwart a robbery in progress. High Velocity will be the last release for this year.
She becomes more background, an indication Ryan's elevating Wrecker to a new normal. Her lack of experience causes a major mistake--one that may cost the life of both her and Jones. This Agent 17 just has to die. After several killings, and no progress on finding the shooter by the police department, Recker is asked to lend a hand. I myself getting frustrated with the story because it was taking too long to get to the point.
Recker saved his life recently, so Vincent has decided to let him live in return. I should show you a remington 700 sps tactical that belongs to a a freind of mine hes been using it and its aac silencer pretty hard for about 2 years now and. We may have seen the first crack in the relationship between The Silencer and Vincent. During world war two the british spent several years developing a silenced version of the sten gun for special operations commandos and for dropping to mainland. And, of course, Hollow Point is staying put at June 2, only a few weeks away! We'll be doing all four books that have been released as ebooks so far, so I'm thinking late April or May. Good read The Silencer keeps on working, stopping crimes one at a time. As a new Mike Ryan reader.
It had enough plot twists and turns to keep me interested. In this installment he does confront the killer, but it will interesting to see how this character gets more developed. Double Tap is now available! It is action packed and always exciting I can't help but feel a little confused with the ending. Somebody is shooting police officers. Once the supposed killer is finally found, Recker thinks he may have been played. For the first six novels, this worked relatively seamlessly. As Recker is trying to find Agent 17, Mia launches her own investigation into her friend's death, frustrated that the killer still hasn't been brought to justice.
He doesn't really like to kill people. He's asked to help the cops after members of the force begin to die, murdered inexplicably. The other half want to arrest him. His early screenplays include Underworldand Rawhead Rex but after witnessing the disappointing picturization of his work, Barker went on to discover the art of filmmaking on his own. He's used to a hectic and busy household. The reason I rated it as a four is simply that I didn't like the ending.
The author continues the story line of Mike Recker trying to maintain a stance a vigilante for justice while trying to learn who killed his girlfriend. He will do whatever it takes. For the first six novels, this worked relatively seamlessly. Great book and interesting storylines. And as for myself, I'm still pondering Ryan's prose even though I read this about two months ago and have pounded through a bunch of other novels of similar genre. As the fiery conclusion approaches, I get the impression Ryan dreamed up an entirely new sequence of events involving Vincent.
Once the supposed killer is finally found, Recker thinks he may have been played. But Wrecker has a lot going on. Even as he writes high octane thriller fiction, he is a family man who lives with Liz his wife and their four children. As Recker, Haley, and Jones investigate the killings, they start to find more questions than answers, and realize that everything is not as cut and dried as it seems. We like to keep things fresh.
He's no stranger to getting the job done, but he appears to see a world punctuated by greater shades of gray, cyan and magenta. Ryan often peppers his work with some random errors and stilted language. I have read all the series and this one is the most disappointing. Mike Ryan writes hard hitting novels about a hero who will do anything to ensure the job is done. Sign up for Mike's mailing list or visit his blog at.
One of Vincent's men inside the department, a homicide detective, reaches out to The Silencer, setting up a meeting through Vincent. Once a case is identified, Jones, Recker, and Haley discuss and plan a way to prevent someone else from being hurt. Although a confrontation is inevitable the storyline between the two is great. He then tries to prevent bad things happening to innocent people while interacting with several crime factions operating within the city. Gotten a lot of emails about the next audiobook in The Silencer Series, which is Point Blank, and when it's coming out.
All in all, I have to say I liked the book. He can allow himself to be loved. But you guys picked it, so now, Silencer 8 finally has a title. All in all another good book. If the author is able to bring a little more complicity to Recker character and further grow the story line, see the potential for 5 stars. He's not so sure that it wasn't a plant and the man was framed.