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No Man's Land

3.72 of 5 stars 3.72  ·  rating details  ·  64 ratings  ·  12 reviews
Kennesaw Tanner, soldier of fortune spends his time in Savannah waiting for his next mission. A government operative appears with an offer:Tanner is needed to locate and rescue the kidnapped heir of a powerful Persian Gulf sheik, whose alliance with the United States government has made him a target for terrorists. A simple extraction job.
What Tanner doesn't know is that t
ebook, 304 pages
Published February 2nd 2010 by Berkley Books (first published 2010)
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Scott Holstad
A fairly well written thriller with not quite enough action that has a plot with an odd twist/ending.

Tanner is a Delta vet who is hired by the US government to find the little grandson of an emir whose son and family were killed by terrorists and who is being held hostage somewhere in north Africa. He's given virtually unlimited resources to do this. One of the things that was strange for me right off the bat was that the location of the terrorist army was easily pinpointed and known by all invo
"No Man's Land" was a fast-paced and exciting military suspense novel. The world-building was excellent, and the details of the setting, various cultures, and actions (sailing, military, etc.) were realistic and brought the world alive in my imagination. I felt like the narrator was a real person telling me about events that had really happened. The characters were realistic and interesting. I wanted to know what happened next and had a hard time putting the book down.

It was clear from the chara
Wow, what an amazing book ...
I grew up reading and loving the adventure like thrillers of the seventies and early eighties. Alistair MacLean, Robert Ludlum, Desmond Bagley or Clive Cussler, you name them I've read them. Now I'm realy surprised and pleased to find an active(living) author that can write in this classic style.
I admit the plot is simple a former soldier is hired to retrieve the kidnapped grandson of an Emir. He hires a few old buddys and they start their own small war to get the jo
This isn't my favorite genre but I found the story easy to follow and easy to read. Enjoyed.
Alexandre Zulato
Action packed with fiction that is based on the real life experiences and expertise of former Delta operator Eric L.Haney. Right up there with blockbusters like Clancy and Daniel Silva, but much more reality-based in both military action and character description. The story is concise and to-the-point, making for a fast and very enjoyable read. In fact it seamlessly merge into a second book with the same lead character, Kennesaw Tanner, a kind of warrior-philosopher with a positive attitude towa ...more
Well written, but not one of my favorites. Hopefully the next installment for Kenesaw will be a bit more entertaining. The book has a few high points, but is very predictable. Give the new author a shot, with the hopes that the next book in the series is a bit better..
while this was not the best written book, i did really enjoy the story and the characters. and i liked a lot of the information the author gave. if there are more books featuring this character i'll check them out.
From the same author as "Inside Delta Force". Pretty good book, it was very mission based and not a whole lot of side stories which I actually enjoyed. I will read the next book in the series.
Russell Smith
Very good! I learned some things, had a hard time putting it down. First of the "Tanner" novels. Anxious for more!
OK thriller: 2 1/2 stars if we did 1/2 stars, but it could lead to something.
Written by ex Delta Force operator Eric L. Haney about a character with a similar background, the book's action is made engaging by its realism. Pragmatic in tone, the book emphasizes the preparation and cooperation required of commando operations.Most impressive to me are the author's appreciation of cultures (both foreign and his own) and the humanity it conveys.
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Command Sergeant Major Eric L. Haney (U.S. Army, Ret.) is a former member of the United States Army's counter-terrorist unit, the 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta (1SFOD-D), more commonly known as Delta Force. In recent years he has been writing on terrorism, guerrilla warfare, and special operations. Haney is the author of Inside Delta Force, a memoir of his time in the elite unit, ...more
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