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Retired Delta Force officer Brad Taylor-whose debut thriller, One Rough Man, was a national bestseller- continues his electrifying Pike Logan series.

A terrorist hit is coming.

The CIA, FBI, and Department of Defense systems have spiked, but traditional intel is going nowhere. It falls to the Taskforce-a top- secret team that exists outside the bounds of U.S. law and is charged with finding and destroying asymmetric threats-to stop the unknown conspirators.

A shadowy trail leads the Taskforce through Asia and into Egypt, where an attack leaves one hardened Taskforce member dead and another barely breathing. Pike Logan and his partner, Jennifer Cahill, are forced to helm the increasingly convoluted and dangerous mission-a mission that tests Jennifer's ability to justify means for an end and Pike's tenuous ability to stay in control. Sifting their way through the opposing plots of two terrorist organizations will turn out to be the least of their problems when a weapon of unthinkable power touches American soil . . . the only country in which Taskforce members are forbidden to operate, and the only country that Pike Logan may be unable to save.

Told with unparalleled realism informed by Taylor's decades of experience in the U.S. Army Infantry and Delta Force, All Necessary Force takes readers on a terrifying journey that ends at our own front door.



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All Necessary Force
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December 18th, 2014
Good reading. Gives insight to the uninitiated on the mindset of freedom's heros and their nut job enemies.
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All necessary force
November 12th, 2014
Everyone is right, the first book in a " character" series,the first book sets the characters in place, then you connect with them. I love to read (about 20 a year) I look forward to read all!
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June 4th, 2014
Pretty far fetched
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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
July 28th, 2013
Pretty violent but then that's the sort of book it is. A lot of the tech details were lost on me but it didn't really matter. Keeps the pace going right through the book - good read
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