To The Death ePUB ó To The MOBI :Þ

To The Death ePUB ó To The MOBI :Þ


To The Death ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ To The Death By Patrick Robinson ⚣ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The hunt begins when a bomb explodes in Boston's Logan Airport and Admiral Arnold Morgan the most trusted advisor to President Bedford must move uickly to break the terrorist cell responsible for the The hunt begins when a bomb explodes in Boston's Logan Airport and Admiral Arnold Morgan the most trusted advisor to President Bedford must move uickly to break the terrorist cell responsible for the bloodshed As Morgan ships the Islamic fanatics to Guantanamo Bay for containment the Hamas high command hatches a vicious plan to assassinate him once he exits the United StatesLeading this attack is chief Hamas assassin General Ravi Rashood Meanwhile President Bedford in a desperate attempt to protect the Admiral at all costs summons the To The MOBI :Þ most advanced and dangerous Navy Seal team the United States has to offer And so begins an exhilarating chase that goes beyond the borders of the United States taking the reader on a terrifying journey through southern Ireland London and ScotlandThis near future masterwork is a story of mayhem intrigue and wanton murder.


10 thoughts on “To The Death

  1. David Leaser David Leaser says:

    After having read every one of Patrick Robinson's previous novels I was looking forward to reading this oneI was sadly dissapointed with this book and had to stop after 10 pages His portrayal of air traffic controllers and their actions is pathetic at best Additionally his laughable mistake of making F 16s flying out of Langley Air Force Base Virginia and Andrews Air Force Base is criminal at bestI can not recommend this book to anyone with any military or aviation knowledge whatsoever and only hope his future endeavors return to the caliber of writing I have come to expect


  2. Brian Lawrence Brian Lawrence says:

    This book is a new con's wet dream I dare say Dick Cheney would have loved to have had Admiral Morgan on his staff He's supposed to be the protagonist but you don't feel any sympathy for him Perhaps the author meant this to happen I wouldn't have shed a tear had been 'removed' As it was Ifelt myself feeling sorry for Ravi Rashood and his wife Shakira right up until he went a little psychotic Perhaps in another life the two of them would have probably gotten on well Feeds the old adage that Osama and George Bush were really two sides of the same coin The plot was interesting the writing reasonable and kept me turning the pages but it tended to be amateurish at times I liked Robinson's earlier novels especially his submarine specific ones


  3. Samuel Samuel says:

    Dear god even Osama by Chris Ryan is better than this junk that's only fit for toilet paper The author seems to be racist against anyone who's not white Anglo Saxon and in the navy is a awful writer who's writing style is suited for a play rather than a novel is a terrible researcher who seemingly believes there are only three law enforcement and military organisations in the USA worth mentioning CIA US Navy and Navy SEALS and his characterisation of the main players in this sorry tale seem to be either bigoted loud mouths idiots or caricatures which have been done to death Even Brad Thor constantly criticised for his political beliefs and clichéd writing style is A THOUSAND times better than this chump STAY AWAY FROM THIS LIKE THE PLAGUE


  4. Andy Andy says:

    Standard potboiler military novel It's good at what it does but its right wing jingoism is painful Morgan uses towelheads as a derogative until literally the very end of the book and the subplot of how The Media is dangerous to security is laughable


  5. Jai-shen Reader Jai-shen Reader says:

    Typical and predictable of Robinson


  6. David Briggs David Briggs says:

    really wanted to like this book but it just felt like the poor mans Tom Clancey


  7. Dan Smith Dan Smith says:

    Note to self Please do not read any of this authors books The are poorly written with terrible story lines The author is know for using words and descriptions over and over just to fill up the pagesThis book had too many people to many inconsistencies to much description of property that meant nothing to the story Then within the last 4 chapters he brings in a character is is going to end up being the hero makes it a big deal that they are bringing him out of retirement to protect this individual makes another big deal about why he retired in the first place too many loose ends terrible writing


  8. Brian Brian says:

    The final book in the series A bit disappointing the plot had some gaping holes that just left me shaking my head than nodding it Especially the final chapter felt forced Glad I listened to the series wish it hadn’t ended with a fizzle


  9. Linda Johnson Linda Johnson says:

    I really enjoyed this bookit kept my attention Besides travel and intrigue there is a smattering of politics as well The main character Admiral Morgan has been featured in other novels I expect to be reading the series this year


  10. Martijn Pollmann Martijn Pollmann says:

    Weak ending to a fun series


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10 thoughts on “To The Death

  1. David Leaser David Leaser says:

    After having read every one of Patrick Robinson's previous novels I was looking forward to reading this oneI was sadly dissapointed with this book and had to stop after 10 pages His portrayal of air traffic controllers and their actions is pathetic at best Additionally his laughable mistake of making F 16s flying out of Langley Air Force Base Virginia and Andrews Air Force Base is criminal at bestI can not recommend this book to anyone with any military or aviation knowledge whatsoever and only hope his future endeavors return to the caliber of writing I have come to expect

  2. Brian Lawrence Brian Lawrence says:

    This book is a new con's wet dream I dare say Dick Cheney would have loved to have had Admiral Morgan on his staff He's supposed to be the protagonist but you don't feel any sympathy for him Perhaps the author meant this to happen I wouldn't have shed a tear had been 'removed' As it was Ifelt myself feeling sorry for Ravi Rashood and his wife Shakira right up until he went a little psychotic Perhaps in another life the two of them would have probably gotten on well Feeds the old adage that Osama and George Bush were really two sides of the same coin The plot was interesting the writing reasonable and kept me turning the pages but it tended to be amateurish at times I liked Robinson's earlier novels especially his submarine specific ones

  3. Samuel Samuel says:

    Dear god even Osama by Chris Ryan is better than this junk that's only fit for toilet paper The author seems to be racist against anyone who's not white Anglo Saxon and in the navy is a awful writer who's writing style is suited for a play rather than a novel is a terrible researcher who seemingly believes there are only three law enforcement and military organisations in the USA worth mentioning CIA US Navy and Navy SEALS and his characterisation of the main players in this sorry tale seem to be either bigoted loud mouths idiots or caricatures which have been done to death Even Brad Thor constantly criticised for his political beliefs and clichéd writing style is A THOUSAND times better than this chump STAY AWAY FROM THIS LIKE THE PLAGUE

  4. Andy Andy says:

    Standard potboiler military novel It's good at what it does but its right wing jingoism is painful Morgan uses towelheads as a derogative until literally the very end of the book and the subplot of how The Media is dangerous to security is laughable

  5. Jai-shen Reader Jai-shen Reader says:

    Typical and predictable of Robinson

  6. David Briggs David Briggs says:

    really wanted to like this book but it just felt like the poor mans Tom Clancey

  7. Dan Smith Dan Smith says:

    Note to self Please do not read any of this authors books The are poorly written with terrible story lines The author is know for using words and descriptions over and over just to fill up the pagesThis book had too many people to many inconsistencies to much description of property that meant nothing to the story Then within the last 4 chapters he brings in a character is is going to end up being the hero makes it a big deal that they are bringing him out of retirement to protect this individual makes another big deal about why he retired in the first place too many loose ends terrible writing

  8. Brian Brian says:

    The final book in the series A bit disappointing the plot had some gaping holes that just left me shaking my head than nodding it Especially the final chapter felt forced Glad I listened to the series wish it hadn’t ended with a fizzle

  9. Linda Johnson Linda Johnson says:

    I really enjoyed this bookit kept my attention Besides travel and intrigue there is a smattering of politics as well The main character Admiral Morgan has been featured in other novels I expect to be reading the series this year

  10. Martijn Pollmann Martijn Pollmann says:

    Weak ending to a fun series

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