Read Deep Black (Tom Locke #2) Online Free - Tom Locke must track a missing Saudi prince deep inside ISIS territory in this second military action thriller from the authors of Shadow War.
Disillusioned after a mission in Ukraine goes tragically wrong, military contractor Tom Locke is on the run from Apollo Outcomes, a private military corporation run by the treacherous Brad Winters. While working undercover with his surviving team members on the frontlines of ISIS-infected Iraq, they are approached by a Saudi middleman who offers good money to find the missing son of a high-ranking government official.
What Locke doesn’t know is that the missing young Prince may have been carrying the result of a secret agreement made with the Pakistanis in the 1960s, and that his father may or may not be trying to topple the Saudi government. As he pushes deeper into ISIS territory, Locke must figure out both the on-the-ground battle lines and the larger Deep State war he has stumbled into yet again.
Who is the mysterious Saudi who hired Locke’s team? Is the prince’s disappearance personal or political? And how many sides are being played against each other in a Middle East torn apart by overlapping and contradictory alliances? To complete the mission and keep his men safe, the battle-hardened Locke must use every skill he has to defeat a fanatical enemy on the ground—while a duplicitous adversary much closer to home waits for his chance to strike. . . .
|Title||:||Deep Black (Tom Locke #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||336 pages|
August 09, 2017
not my usual read but very fast paced and interesting. you really want tom locke to make it through. this is a book with black ops and lots of military action.
September 24, 2017
I loved this book! It is a gritty and non-stop action thriller that provides a realistic view of the unending military conflict in the Middle East. The action and the descriptions seem very realistic. There are lots of characters and the story is full of deceit, friendships, interesting life hist...
July 27, 2017
"Deep Black (Tom Locke#2)" by Sean McFate and Bret Witter was a fast paced high action thriller.
The action starts immediately as two Saudi princes come under attack. Tom Locke (our hero) is a military contractor working undercover in ISIS-infected Iraq. He is hired to find a missing Saudi prince...
October 01, 2017
After a mission in the Ukraine goes wrong military contractor Tom Locke is on the
run from Apollo Outcomes a private military corporation run by the treacherous Brad
Winters. While undercover Locke and his team are approached by a Saudi middleman
to find the missing son of a government official. Lo...
August 26, 2017
Tom Locke is working undercover in Isis territory, Iraq, when a mysterious Arab offers him $1 million to find a missing mystery prince from Saudi Arabia. Complicating matters is that Tom's old boss, who in his treachery has left Tom for dead, as well as other nefarious people, are also searching...
August 26, 2017
This novel is ostensibly based on some of the author's experiences in the army, and is a fast-paced, well written suspenseful action novel that focuses on a missing Saudi prince and the American mercenary who is hired to track him down.
Tom Locke is working undercover in Isis territory, Iraq, savi...
July 29, 2017
I received a copy of this book from Goodreads for review purposes.
A young Saudi prince escapes from his security detail and it is up to Tom Locke to find him. Like is a former employee of Apollo Outcomes whose last mission in the Ukraine went wrong. Now working underground in Iraq with two membe...
September 12, 2017
Do you remember that rush of Adrenalin ,the feeling that you have to do this again, when you completed your first Roller Coaster ride. That's the feeling I had when I finished Deep Black. I must go buy the first in the series. Deep Black was action packed from cover to cover and was obviously wri...
September 20, 2017
Why are private operatives that the government such as the CIA hire always so evil and do bad things to good people. Why do these private operatives always make so much money? Is it because good people don't want to do bad things? Perhaps so. Occasionally there are private operatives that are wil...
August 22, 2017
Disclaimer: I received a copy of the book for review.
I liked it much better than I was expecting to like a book about multiple mercenary groups performing seemingly opposing actions in the Middle East amid the various local political groups and religious jihadists. It helped that Tom Locke, the l...