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Nightmare Exodus

(Forsaken Patriots #2)

4.82  ·  Rating details ·  11 ratings  ·  8 reviews

With a federal warrant issued for his arrest, Jack Bradshaw has fled the United States. His destination: Indonesia, a non-extradition nation.

Bradshaw manages to stay under the radar…until he intervenes against a crime in progress, killing the brother of a powerful crime lord with connections to the government.

As the focus of a nationwide manhunt, Bra
Kindle Edition, 385 pages
Published June 10th 2019 by Kindle Direct Publishing
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Stephen England
Jul 31, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Bradshaw is back. . .having greatly enjoyed Fault Lines when it first came out early this year, I was very excited to learn that Book #2 of the Forsaken Patriots series was already out this summer.

And Steven Hildreth does not disappoint, delivering another action-packed military thriller filled with the kind of hardcore scenarios, equipment, and tactics that readers have come to expect from his writing. Following Jack Bradshaw's flight from the US at the end of "Fault Lines," "Nightmare Exodus"
Jeff Benham
Jun 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Nate Granzow said the first Forsaken Patriot's book was the best one so far by this author. This one knocks it even further out of the park. Loved the reference to Grant Cogar. Yes that was a plug for you to check out Nate's books. Back to Nightmare Exodus. After killing some federal agents that were trying to murder him, staying in the States was not an option. Bradshaw makes his way to Indonesia, which doesn't have a extradition treaty, and gets work on the docks. He befriends a young girl in ...more
D Santilli
Oct 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing

This one was great, the characters, the pace and the setting. Jack has a bright future ahead of him if he can stay alive and Danny P. will help him out in that arena. The only beef I have with story is it was a little too easy for Jack to fall in with his new partners, other than that a solid effort and I am eagerly looking forward to the next installment.
Jul 31, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book didn't disappoint me. The first book of the Forsaken Patriots series—Fault Lines—set both my expectations and the bar of excitement very high. I'll be eagerly awaiting the next book in this series!
Ross Sidor
Jun 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Picking up directly where the first book left off, former army Ranger Jack Bradshaw, now a fugitive wanted by the US Government, arrives in Indonesia, where he hopes to stay off the grid and out of jail. Things do not exactly go as planned, however, and Bradshaw soon makes enemies with a politically-connected Indonesian criminal element that deals in drugs and sex slaves, but he also forms a loose alliance with two international vigilantes, one of whom is former Marine and CIA operator Danny Pac ...more
Aug 02, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Jack Bradshaw is back, and on the run following the events of Fault Lines. Picking up immediately where its predecessor left off, Bradshaw flees to Indonesia and builds a small, inconspicuous life for himself.

After befriending a local street urchin, and then intervening when she is assaulted, Bradshaw finds himself the target of a powerful drug and sex trafficking ring, which has connections to local law enforcement and politicians. As tensions escalate and the stakes become more deadly, Bradsha
Nate Granzow
Jul 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing
There's a timeless appeal to the story in which a good man is faced with either ignoring what's wrong or doing what he knows to be right - even at great personal risk. Hildreth takes that paradigm and ratchets up the tension in "Nightmare Exodus."

Although in many ways this novel pays homage to the Mack Bolan-style men's pulp fiction of old, it also surpasses it. Bradshaw and his newfound partners are not some thinly drawn cutouts or Rambo-esque operators: They're tangible, flawed characters with
Sean McCormick
Jul 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Readers of indie thrillers should already know what to expect when they hear the author's name: pulse-pounding action that feels like it could send the crack of a bullet past your head as you read, characters so vivid and alive that you expect them to walk into the room with you, events that you think you would've seen in the headlines yesterday.
Nightmare Exodus delivers all of those in spades. Anyone who may have been put off by its predecessor's more overtly political tone will be glad to know
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Steven Hildreth, Jr. is an author, Iraq War veteran, and firearms enthusiast.

Upon leaving the active duty Army, Hildreth set out to become a thriller novelist. He has published four novels between two series, with plans to publish more in the near future.

In October of 2015, Hildreth reached the national stage with a Facebook post revolving around a traffic stop with the Tucson Police Department, u

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