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  • Paperback
  • 270 pages
  • Execution of Justice
  • Patrick Dent
  • 26 December 2017
  • 9781521757383

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  1. says:

    Edge of the seat action This is an action thriller set in the 1970s with a Black Ops theme in which the main protagonist John Drake is assigned to destroy a sex trafficking ring Fast paced and well written, it is highly entertaining story that has an additional thread involving the CIA trying to control Middle East oil companies Drake is not perfect my any means, and the unfolding of his personal problems provides good character development and understanding of where he is coming from The scenes...


  2. says:

    While the book got off to a slow start, I was soon drawn in and along for the ride Just a heads up, this was definitely an action adventure, not a thriller For some reason, after reading the blurb I thought this was a thriller, but once I got into the story, I found the focus was on the action and adventure than the intrigue though there was plenty of intrigue While I was a bit disappointed, I ultimately liked the action adventure angle , as it worked well here.The book was also existential than I was expecting, as it does put some thought into how a cold blooded assassin is made and the morality of it, rather than just making said assassin It was a bit unsettling to see glimpses of how Drake became the stony killer, especially when seeing the connection between his personal life and his military life The level of detail here was unexpected and took this from a 3 star to a 4 The only thing that kept this from being a 5 for me is because while I loved the realism and detail in Drake s characterization, I also felt that at times, it was unrealistic Okay, he already has qualities that make being an assassin easier Fine But to go from being a regular Joe with violent tendencies to expert assassin right out of basic training Slightly doubtful Also, the story did drag a bit at times, but ultimately that wasn t a big problem as I still ...


  3. says:

    Execution of Justice, by Patrick Dent, is an action thriller set in the early 1970s during the oil crisis, a story that takes the reader behind the scenes of political and power intrigue, and the manipulation of the oil market In this story of fast paced blood and guts, we follow several parallel threads as the daughter of a US senator is kidnapped in Brazil as American spies sent to ferret out an underworld trafficker start showing up dead and the development of a secret plot to force the hand of Arab oil magnates and put America in control of their oil reserves Lots of twists and turns, bloody encounters, killing and mayhem Although the outcome seems obvious, it nonetheless draws one to the end of the story to find out what happens, only to disco...


  4. says:

    Execution of Justice is not a genre I normally read but I m so glad I did The well written story has the perfect balance of action and character development to keep the reader fully engaged and eager to turn the page The main character, John Drake, is complex and I found myself empathizing with him despite the difficult decisions he had to m...


  5. says:

    Execution of Justice by Patrick Dent is simply one of the best books I have had the pleasure to read this year Action packed, and very well researched, it held my interest from page 1, and had some surprising twists right from the first chapter I sincerely hope there will be ...


  6. says:

    A thrilling action story I really enjoyed the way this story remained intense, while still filling me in on details about what was going on in situations that were foreign to me Even though I am not well versed in military things, or weapons, or anything of that nature, I felt totally immersed and never confused There wasn t a moment of pause as the story moved forward There were a few things I didn t see coming at all Drake is a broken, reluctant hero, which added to the genuine tension There was a real sense of unce...


  7. says:

    An action adventure with well developed characters and a plot that not only transports you back to the 1970s, but also takes you on adventures all over the world.


  8. says:

    For me, this action book started off a little slow Set in the late sixties, the OPEC oil embargo is in full swing, Nixon is President, and the Vietnam War is in progress Drake and Gip are likable characters Both had difficult childhoods Drake was given a second chance after accidentally killing a boy The pace and the action pick up considerably in the second half I particularly liked the banter and strong respect that slowly developed be...


  9. says:

    History shows that gigantic forces are often balanced on the minuscule events of a single person s life South Carolina native author Patrick Dent earned his Bachelor s degree in Political Science and his Masters in Chemistry He went on to receive Advanced Infantry Training while stationed at Fort Benning With detailed experience such as this it is no wonder this debut novel is such a fine thriller opting to include the inside knowledge of political activity with military experience and a depth of knowledge about chemistry As Patrick adds, In Execution of Justice, I wanted to add deep characterization to the military covert operations genre, exploring concepts such as revenge vs forgiveness, universal vs relative morality, self discovery and the roots of what makes each of us who we are Family, abuse, trauma, personal loyalties, betrayals, and patriotic obligations conflict and eventually form the amalgam that is our protagonist, John Drake Strong self assigned challenges for a debut novel, but Patrick meets his goals The tone of the book is apparent from the first paragrap...


  10. says:

    Safi, Morocco Shaqra bar Major General Jeremiah Dalton Ft Benning, GA had selected Elan Arabic, special op for the Operation Sierra.The Black Market was quite lucrative for some He had killed Clarence Buchanon A A was on trial for his life Dave Parker Solicitor represented the state, Mr Felts represented John Jr The verdict was read Lieutenant Amin US Army Special Forces, weapons specialist, Ft Bragg, SC , Falon met Much to the disappointment of John Drake Sr husband father , Gloria Drake wife mother , Tammy John got married Flashback Major Briggs assigned Sergeant Gip Gibson US Army Rangers munitions, E5, Vietnam , Sergeant John Drake Jr US Army Rangers E5, Vietnam to Operation Sierra.Top priority Tartus human trafficker kidnapped the congressman s daughter Ms Lupe Hernandez Captain Fejo, Jorge 1st officer , the crew, their precious cargo aboard the Lady the Tramp steamer were headed for Tarfaya, Morocco.Gip John Jr solicited Felipe for 2 young girls Felipe s torture began They wanted a nam...

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