Green Zone Jack
Just back from a deep cover assignment and looking forward to a vacation, DSS special agent Payton Ladd gets an urgent request to lead a manhunt in Baghdad. Civilian auditor Ben Ater, nephew of a powerful senator, has disappeared, and the Resident Security O...more
Even though this book is filled with technical militar ...more
Sadly, this was just not for me. I think that the premise is interesting, and that getting to read from an inside point of view (albeit fiction) of what goes on in other countries with the US Embassy and war zones is quite intriguing. However, the way that the story flowed didn't appeal to me much.
I also found the writing to be a bit repetitive at times. Bertolina can definitely create a story, and I'm no ...more
Although, based on Iraq, this story does not center in the Iraqi people or their country.
A senator's son has disappeared last the Safe Green Zone. There is no reason why he should have been there. Readers find there is WAY more going on than a disappeared man.
I learned more than I care to about the BILLIONS of dollars that are given to vetted contractors who are supposed to be working on rebuilding and helping Iraq. All that is explained is that there is a gr ...more
|Advanced Copies f...: Military/political thriller with zero "boring bits"!||1||11||Apr 23, 2019 11:31AM|