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A Soldier Reborn

4.23 of 5 stars 4.23  ·  rating details  ·  30 ratings  ·  11 reviews
A murder in a small Colorado town prompts an investigation unlike any other. The young detective, Colt Sullivan, is left with few clues and only one cryptic lead. Before he can solve the murder he must learn about a past he never knew existed. He must dodge a killer's crosshairs long enough to expose a conspiracy that brought him back from the dead or risk being buried for ...more
Paperback, 308 pages
Published 2011 by Beaver's Pond Press
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First of all, I must disclose that I've been a close friend of the author for 15 years or so. I read a very early draft of the book before reading the final version recently. I can honestly say, while putting aside my bias, this is a very entertaining read. There is essentially action from start to finish, so when you reach the final page, you are wishing the were another 300 pages to go. Dan's experiences add a compelling element to the book. His military and law enforcement backgrounds are pre ...more
At first glance, I would think this is a book my husband would enjoy and one I would not. Ladies-- don't judge a book by it's cover! This book is fantastic. It was suspenseful like a James Patterson novel. More than just being a page-turner, I found the book to be really interesting and thought provoking. If you love the idea of a scandalous secret government program revealed, you'll love this book like I did. My only complaint is that I have to wait far too long for my taste to read the next bo ...more
it took me a few chapters to get to know the characters and keep all the names straight. and, when the book ended, i was REALLY hoping to read a little something about the janitor, who took off into the woods - but nothin! besides those two "complaints" i really enjoyed this book. i couldn't put it down once i started. i thought about the characters when i wasn't reading - that's always a good sign! dan excels at the visual imagery as it was easy for me to think of this book coming to life on th ...more
Lynelle Clark
I have read the book in two days. Captivating and spell bound from start to finish. The knowledge of military and police by the author is well executed in the plot. Making it believable to me. The characters all played a part making it an enjoyable read.
Would love to know what happens next to William Connolly and Dean McKnight.
Would recommend it to people who love military action and suspense to the end.
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Good read. Much impressed by a 1st time author. A bit far fetched in concept (or so I hope) but a page turner just the same. Definitely kept my interest by developing characters to whom I could relate.
With the first chapter I thought I was reading a military novel, very technical and I was ready to put it down. During the second chapter it read as a romance novel and seemed hopeful. By the third chapter I realized I was reading a thriller. A thriller that included military, police, secret agencies and serial criminals. There were also scientific details that were facinating. Yet not too technical or detailed to interrupt the flow of the story. It had a satisfying ending yet leaving room for a ...more
Brian Vance
I read a lot of thrillers and really enjoyed this book. I was caught in it quickly and read the whole thing in 3 sittings. The detail used in describing police decisions, military encounters, and weaponry made the whole story feel more vivid. It reminded me of a Tom Clancy novel in terms of subject matter and action, but it moved much more rapidly. It’s a low commitment due to its fast pace…great for a weekend, a vacation, or a plane ride.
What happened to Walter? What was the point in leaking the classified documents if nothing seemed to come of it? I was expecting this story to be a lot better than it turned out to be. It started off well, in my opinion, but then crashed and burned by the end.
Great book! Had me on the edge of my seat from the get go. I think this would be an awesome movie
If you like military books you love this one, well written suspenseful!
Good story, hard to follow in places.
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Born in Minneapolis, MN Dan spent four of his childhood years in Canberra, Australia before returning to Minnesota in 1986. He grew up in Rosemount, MN and graduated from Eastview High School in Apple Valley, MN in 1999. He enlisted in the MN Army National Guard in 1999 with an MOS of 11-B (Infantryman) and attended basic training at Fort Benning, GA in 2000. After 9/11 he was activated for an eig ...more
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