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Storm Warning: Call Sign: Wrecking Crew (Call Sign: Wrecking Crew #1)

4.18 of 5 stars 4.18  ·  rating details  ·  17 ratings  ·  11 reviews
CIA Special Ops Team, Call Sign: Wrecking Crew is sent overseas on a Top Secret mission. Once the mission is completed, they rapidly realize they are merely Pawns in an International Chess Game that turns into a Political Firestorm. As a result, they are disavowed. Accompanied by Firefights, Fate, and Faith, they finally find a way home. After arriving, they discover gover...more
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Published January 10th 2011 by River Road Press
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Doug DePew
Aug 01, 2011 Doug DePew rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: People who like the Mack Bolan books or Dick Marcinko's books
"Call Sign: Wrecking Crew (Storm Warning)" is quite entertaining. There is a lot going on in this book! It has adventure, action, suspense, intrigue, and even romance! I enjoyed reading it thoroughly. It's a quick moving book that held my interest from prologue to epilogue. It strikes me as an alternate future much like the alternate histories that have been written. The style is much like the writings of Dick Marcinko (who is acknowledged as an influence). I think it does justice to that type o...more
Jeff Dawson
Apr 26, 2012 Jeff Dawson rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Readers of governemnt espionage
US Government under Attack from within!

Three and-a-half stars

Today, a lot of books are being written as suspense thrillers surrounding our current President and the terrible path the country is being propelled with a potential chance of "no return." Some are good while others are best forgotten. This one falls right in the middle of the road.

The reader is whisked from a clandestine covert mission in Iran to the inhospitable ranges of southwest Texas. In between you are introduced to a highly pro...more
Tim Greaton
Politicians beware, the Wrecking Crew is on call...

You need only to read an interview about these two authors to know what a spectacular creative match they make. In other hands a CIA special ops teams might amount to only a few weapons and a tough line or two, but with David McKoy and Lynn Hallbrooks the Wrecking Crew is truly a full cast of characters with real lives and real relationships. In fact, you'll get at least two team romances coming right out of the gate. David's in depth knowledge...more
Mistress of the Dark Path
In "Call Sign: Wrecking Crew" the recent history and near future of our country have taken a different path than the one we know and expect. It starts off with a team of ex-military covert agents working for the CIA being called upon to conduct a sensitive mission from Iraq into Iran. They understand it to be dangerous, but what they don't realize is the threats they face will come from unexpected places. Though they carry out their mission as ordered, nothing goes right from there on out. Befor...more
Sarah Ballance
This wasn't at all the type of story I typically read, so I was really impressed by the way it grabbed me from the first pages. The book is packed with tension and high action, and there's a LOT going on. There's a large cast of characters with well-developed personalities (some of whom seem to be somewhat stilted in the personality department, though this appears intentional) and there's quite a journey from the first page to the last. The story kicks off with a mission behind enemy lines, then...more
Marla Blowers
I can not imagine all the hard work it took to write, edit and publish this book. The way I understand it the co-authors do not even live in the same town. Even though there was already a military background I am sure a tremendous amount of research was needed to write this book. This book was not my normal genre but I am glad I took the time to read it. I would love to see or should I say hear this book in an audio version. With all the hurdles the authors had I'm sure one more hurdle of an aud...more
David Dalton
Very poorly written book. This is the book I use as the classic example of a poorly written book. The writing is so simple. The authors have the characters tell you what they are thinking and it is like they are reading cue cards. I actually read the entire story just so I could give it an honest review. Terrible. I will never, ever, never, read another book by these authors. Any 4 or 5 star review has to be written by a fellow author doing them a favor so they will review that author's book. I...more
Quentin Stewart
An interesting military-based story. A group of ex-military personnel working for the CIA are sent to the Middle East on a mission and are left high a dry as the government back home changes. On their eventual return to the US they create a private security company that keeps running into the government officials that left them to their own devices in the Middle East. The book is well written but in some cases there is repetition of thoughts from the characters in verbal exchanges in the very ne...more
M.J. Webb
An action packed, thrilling military covert mission which is well told and keeps your interest from start to finish. If you enjoy military books you will love this. The weaponry etc are described very well and the characters are interesting and believable. An all round good read which will keep you entertained and fire your imagination.
A group of ex-military CIA agents are called upon for an undercover sensitive mission in Iraq. Betrayed by their country due to a corrupt government they find themselves on the run. This book is a great mixture of action and details. It is more geared toward the military minded but it was a great read.
Lynn Hallbrooks
May 01, 2014 Lynn Hallbrooks added it  ·  (Review from the author)
With the new labeling in Goodreads the title reads backwards - it should read
Call Sign: Wrecking Crew Storm Warning

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“Mac knocks on the door. After he updates Spider, he asks, “Do you have your weapon with you?”

“Yes, it’s like my American Express card. I never leave home without it.” Mac hears Spider lock and load the weapon. Reassured that Spider is going to be all right, he walks out the front door.”
“Deb shoots Deano a hard look and grits her teeth so hard she snaps the end of her cigar which flies out the window.

Mac orders, “Deb, stop!”

Deb says, “It’s just a scratch. I’ll worry about it later.”
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