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Hell's Fury (R B and The Committee #1)

4.13 of 5 stars 4.13  ·  rating details  ·  23 ratings  ·  8 reviews
She lies in an Afghani prison cell, disowned by the CIA and regularly tortured. Seven months into her prison term, a lone operator stages a daring extraction. But who is Decker, the mysterious man behind her rescue?

He claims to represent The Committee, an international group made up of ex-professionals from the CIA, FBI, Interpol, MI5, Scotland Yard, Mossad and ASIS; a pri
Kindle Edition, 269 pages
Published May 15th 2012 (first published May 1st 2012)
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Matthew Iden
Aug 24, 2012 Matthew Iden rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: thrillers, suspense readers
Shelves: crime-fiction
Hell's Fury marks the explosive debut of CIA-turned-freelance assassin and operative RB…or should I say Ally Logan? Or is it the chain-smoking Jane Calloway? The elusive Mrs. Paige?

It's difficult to say because, in her latest novel, PD Martin has introduced a dark, mysterious heroine with a murky past, a violent present, and an uncertain future.

Rescued after seven months of torture and imprisonment in an Afghani prison by the shadowy group known only as the Committee, Ally--as we know her thro
Being a bit of a fan of thriller's, I was very intrigued by PD Martin's HELL'S FURY. Not just because it has a central female protagonist, and there simply aren't enough good, strong female characters in thriller fiction (particularly spy or military style thrillers), but also because there's a very current story thread at the central core - a CIA operative captured by the Taliban, disowned by the CIA, saved with a price to pay for that rescue.

I was possibly less intrigued by the concept of "The
P.D. Martin has launched this ebook as the first in a series of new spy (assassin) thrillers. I admire the author not only because she has really credible female central characters but because she sets her stories in the U.S.A., which is no mean feat when you live in Australia. The gamble has clearly paid off (as it did for Matthew Reilly with his American heroes). Her Sophie Anderson series is sold in many countries overseas, including North America. In Hell’s Fury the heroine is American (wher ...more
Krista (CubicleBlindness Reviews)

In the beginning pages of the story, the reader is introduced to Ally who was captured and put into an Afghani prison. She spent close to 7 months being tortured, then finally found and rescued by a group that call themselves The Committee.

Needless to say she is angry that she was left there for so long, not being rescued sooner by her own group in the CIA. The Committee offers her a deal. 3 months in Paris too recoup, then decide if she will work for them. She accepts the deal, along with the a
Melanie Adkins
Jane Calloway was held prisoner for seven months by Afghanistan rebels. She was tortured in every way humanly possible and some ways that weren't. Jane is convinced The Company has left her for dead. Furious, scared and ready for revenge. One day Jane is rescued. She thinks at first it must be The Company but soon finds it isn't. The group rescuing her is similar to The Company but they go about things in a whole different manner. Rod Decker is part of an elite group of ex-members of the intelli ...more
Hell's Fury is the first book in the newest series released by P.D Martin. It is about Ally Logan (an alias that she is referred to as through most of the book) who is a CIA agent abandoned by her Government to an Afghanistan prison. She is rescued by a mysterious organisation who offers her a new life, a new identity and a new job. Her new job? to assassinate targets given to her by the mysterious Committee.

I have really loved reading P.D Martin's Sophie Anderson series so was keen to read this
This story is about "RB" who is rescued from an Afghan prison where she was tortured and held captive for many months. Since she was a top agent, she's offered a job with "The Committee" to assassinate bad people. The first bad person is a people trafficker who uses the women as sex slaves.

I enjoyed this story, it kept me gripped as RB planned her operation and set up her hits. I liked that she hated the traffickers for what they were doing and wanted to save the girls.

It was certainly a good re
A rollicking good read...can't wait for more installments
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P.D. Martin--Phillipa Deanne Martin--was born in Melbourne, Australia, and developed a passion for crime fiction and storytelling at an early age. This interest was backed up with formal education through a bachelor of behavioral sciences (with majors in psychology and criminology) and a postgraduate certificate in professional writing (creative writing).

Phillipa also writes children's and young a
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