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Low Country

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Kennesaw Tanner used to be a shadow operative. Now, he operates on his own.
Tanner is in the coastal swamps of Georgia, hunting for the man who may have killed his friend. But he soon finds himself caught up in a running battle against a ring of brutal sex slavers for whom human life is a cheap commodity. Tanner must overcome soul-blackening corruption and confront the mo...more
ebook, 304 pages
Published December 1st 2010 by Berkley Books (first published October 25th 2010)
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Debbie
"Low Country" is a suspense novel. Kennesaw was only in danger once in the first 195 (of 295) pages, so it's not a thriller like the author's first novel. The first two-thirds of the novel lacked suspense and focus. The plot rambled about in a leisurely fashion with the characters pessimistically commenting on various social issues or past events that had no direct impact on the plot. The action seemed to consist mainly of several dates with a lady cop and interacting with various friends rather...more
Alexandre Zulato
Mr. Haney continues the adventures of Kennesaw Tanner, now back in the US to the investigation hinted in No Man's Land. For those of you who are fans of Tom Clancy but would rather follow John Kelly/Clark than Jack Ryan, do read this book. It reminded me so very much of Without Remorse, but with a more mature, not troubled lead character. In fact this volume does the character developing that was only initiated in No Man's Land, and this will account for a slower, though necessarily so, pace. It...more
Bridget
When I received an email asking me if I would like to review Low Country, I knew I had to read it as soon as I saw that the author is also the Producer of The Unit. My husband and I are huge fans of the show, so I figured it would be a good idea to check out his writing skills. I'm really glad I did! Eric is a brilliant writer with a knack for action scenes. I am now a huge fan! If you like military books, this is a must read.
Andy Plonka
not ground breaking as far as plot is concerned but you do learn something about people who exist on a subsistance level aand something about boat maintenence if you are curious.
Lori Mason
Not a nice subject, but the writing was great. I read this in one night.
Jon
I started reading Eric Haney's books because of his association with Delta Force and my fascination with these elite, multi-talented soldiers. However, if you are looking for a book about commandos, I would recommend Haney's other books "Inside Delta Force" (non-fiction) and "No Man's Land" (fiction based closely on Haney's actual experience). In "Low Country," Kennesaw Tanner (the main character) functions much like a detective in a mystery novel.

What I enjoy most about Haney's writing is his...more
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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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