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Counter-Measures (Forbidden Borders #3)
In the stunning conclusion to Gear's remarkable trilogy, the rift between father and son--both trained killing machines--will reach an explosive climax. Lines must be drawn. Traitors must be divided from friends. And the final battle begins....
Paperback, 48 pages
Published August 1st 1993 by DAW
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Now I'll admit, I skipped the second book, but it just felt like the author kept dragging out the final showdown longer than necessary. Then the conclusion of the goal seemed like an anti-climax. A whole lot of talking about what happened in the first two books, but not much happened here. I finished it, so it couldn't have been that bad.
W. Michael Gear was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on the twentieth of May, 1955. A fourth generation Colorado native, his family had been involved in hard-rock mining, cattle ranching, and journalism. After his father's death in 1959, Michael's mother received her Master's degree in journalism and began teaching. In 1962 she married Joseph J. Cook, who taught tool and die making, and the ...moreMore about W. Michael Gear...
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