51f2+TQsatL._BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-arrow-click,TopRight,35,-76_AA278_PIkin4,BottomRight,-64,22_AA300_SH20_OU01_Warpath by Richard Blomberg

Genre: Military Thiller, Adult Fiction, Action-Adventure

Price:  $2.99

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Two orphaned brothers raised by Sioux elders. One a Navy SEAL. One a doctor. One kills. One saves. One wants to die with honor. One just wants to die. Who will get their wish?

Warpath is Jack Gunn’s fast-paced story of pursuit across the Middle East, leading his Ghost team to hunt, track, and kill Afghan terrorists. Jack incorporates instincts he inherited from his great, great, great-grandfather, Sitting Bull with twenty-first century technology. Doctor Travis Gunn, Jack’s complete opposite, is an alcoholic widower working for an Arab plastic surgeon in Dubai while running from his inescapable past.

Hunting terrorists responsible for murdering CIA agents and kidnapping Travis, Jack fervently pushes his SEALS and the CIA, pulling out all the stops to rescue Travis before terrorists execute him. Jack walks the fine line between his duty to kill terrorists, his duty to be at the side of his cancer-stricken wife, and his duty to fulfill the promise he made to his dying mother to “watch out” for his little brother Travis, the brother he despises. The fast-paced action in Warpath only intensifies when Jack is faced with an even greater challenge: stopping the implementation of Grand Jihad terrorist attacks worldwide. Readers will turn pages fervently to learn how he draws on his unique Indian talents and warrior mentality to save his family, his brother, and his honor.

What they’re saying about it:

Dr Richard Blomberg did and absolutely outstanding job with his first military thriller. It is a perfect combination of American heroism and close to home story telling! A must read and I can’t wait for the second book in the series. GOD BLESS AMERICA!

Book has all the action and kick a$$ heroism of a Mitch Rapp or Jack Reacher type novel, but the authors added influence of Native American culture sets this book in a different category of its own. I have read all the Rapp books, all the Reacher books, every Scot Harvath book and since I was running out of cool terrorist killing bad guy thumping warriors to read about I was very pleased to be recommended this book. Now my only problem is I am now hooked on Jack Gunn and this is the first completed book in the series so I am eagerly waiting for book number two. Highly suggest anyone who enjoys the above mentioned characters give this book a shot you won’t be disappointed.


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