Termination Orders by Leo J Maloney

Termination Orders

By Leo J Maloney

  • Release Date: 2012-08-28
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
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Description

In this explosive novel of world-class suspense, former Black Ops veteran Leo J. Maloney traces a lethal conspiracy from the frontlines of battle to the backrooms of Washington to a single assassin's bullet. . .

Termination Orders

Once a trained killer for the CIA, Dan Morgan has built a new life for himself. But when he receives a desperate plea from his former Black Ops partner--reportedly killed in a foreign battle zone--he flies to help. It should be a routine mission, extracting a human asset from the region. But it's not routine; it's an ambush. Now Morgan is running for his life, holding crucial evidence. With his contacts dead and family in danger, Morgan must take on a full-scale conspiracy in the highest echelons of a vast global network that plays by its own rules--when it suits them.

For Dan Morgan, it's about to come to an end in Washington, D.C., on a national stage, in the crosshairs of a killer. . .

"Leo J. Maloney is a real-life Jason Bourne." --Josh Zwylen, Wicked Local Stoneham

"A must-read thriller of torture, assassination, and double agents, where nothing is as it seems." --Jon Renaud, author of Dereliction Duty

"A high-powered thriller. . .tense and terrifying!" --Hank Phillippi Ryan

"An outstanding thriller that rings with authenticity."
--John Gilstrap

Reviews

  • 5th grade writing at its best

    3
    By Redsoxnumba1
    Good plot n characters but really amateurish writing, cliches abound, several instances of total stupidity. But a pretty easy read and decent story.
  • Not a big league author - yet

    2
    By Txhntr
    This was a tough read as it was a novice effort when compared to Brad Thor, Vince Flynn, etc... The story was interesting but the characters were predictable and cliche much of the time. The writing bounced between many characters in the first person which made the story confusing at time. Then to add complexity it recounted historical accounts of the main character clumsily. At one point the two main characters go from riding in a car to the next paragraph the main character waking up as a captive. No sign of the partner until he suddenly shows up to rescue him. Never did it explain how he ended up there. As I said, just a novice effort.

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