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Force Recon 1 (Force Recon #1)

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After taking out a meeting of international terrorists, the Force Recon team finds itself tracked by the one who got away.
Paperback, 295 pages
Published August 1st 1999 by Berkley
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This book had many errors which made it frustrating for me to read.
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Moves, but a fairly predictable story line. Fun to listen to.
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James V. Smith, Jr., has published more than a dozen novels, including the six-book series Force Recon. His latest novels, the Delta Force series written under the pen name John Harriman, use the full range of the new pacing tools introduced in this little helper. He’s a former combat soldier, helicopter pilot,...more
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