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Agent in Place

The mistress of Syrian dictator Ahmed Azzam to get intel that could destabilize Azzam's regime Court delivers Bianca Medina to the rebels but his job doesn't end there She soon reveals that she has given birth to a son the only heir to Azzam's rule and a potent threat to the Syrian president's powerful wife. I knew of Mark Greaney through his co authoring of Tom Clancy novels and chanced upon Backblast followed that with Gunmetal Gray and then jumped to The Gray Man Whilst there is a progression I came to Mark s hero in Court Gentry AKA The Gray Man haphazardly but I am hookedThe latest Agent in Place sees our hero pitted against the sadistic Syrian regime whilst out to rescue a child a child born to the Syrian Presidents girlfriend but like the childs mother in danger of assassination by forces working for the Presidents wife Enter all the problems associated with multiple factions fighting for example ISIS The Syrians and Syrian freedom forces amongst others The battered landscape the brutality and the numerous problems facing our hero make for a superbly crafted thriller The Gray Man series is highly commended and whilst each book is stand alone I recommend reading them progressively Like me you will soon get hooked Devoted to Drew you will soon get hooked

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Now to get Bianca's cooperation Court must bring her son out of Syria alive With the clock ticking on Bianca's life he goes off the grid in a free fire zone in the Middle East and winds up in the right place at the right time to take a shot at bringing one of the most brutal dictatorships on earth to a clo. The storyline becomes complex with each subseuent book but this only adds to the enjoyment Incredibly fast paced with any number of twists and turns A great read

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The Gray Man is back in another nonstop international thriller from number one New York Times best selling coauthor of Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan novels Fresh off his first mission back with the CIA Court Gentry secures what seems like a cut and dried contract job A group of expats in Paris hires him to kidnap. This latest in the Gray Man series is lacking some of the zest that was in the two previous books in the series This author started out with pure action as I wrote in a previous review of those earlier works think Mack Bolan from the 1970 s this author evolved into something much better however he has slipped just a bit with this book Agent in PlaceAlso he barely mentions the gear that the characters in the book use which he had done a masterful job of in his prior books in this series Always nice to know what gear is getting the nod from the action boys that Greaney interviewsIn this novel our Gray Man has no romantic involvements and his two women from the prior book are mentioned only in passingTo me the plot was a little thin but with action novels one does not expect a lot but I had gotten used to in the last few books in this seriesThe plot is pretty straight forward the Gray Man is hired to rescue the mistress of the leader of a Middle Eastern country so she can be used to help bring about regime change which of course goes totally sideways and ends up with our hero having to travel to the Middle East on another rescue missing plus The Gray Man is as close as we can currently get to a real Matt Helm type of character but still it was bothersome for the Gray Man to be moralizing about the tactics used by some of the military contractorsIf you are into the series you have to buy this one just to stay current If you are not into the series yet buy them all and read them in order of publication


9 thoughts on “Agent in Place

  1. says:

    This latest in the Gray Man series is lacking some of the zest that was in the two previous books in the series. This author started out with pure action as I wrote in a previous review of those earlier works think Mack Bolan from the 1970's this author evolved into something much better however, he has slipped just a bit with this book, Agent in Place.

    Also, he barely mentions the gear that the charac

  2. says:

    500 pages. Exactly 500 pages of intense action that made this book difficult to put down. For this reader, this was the first book read by author Mark Greaney. The writing was incredible and realistic. “Agent i

  3. says:

    Here we go I won an advance copy of Agent in Place and devoured it! Set for the most part in Syria, the story is not only compelling, it mirrors current events and actually helped me understand the dynamics of the

  4. says:

    The Syrian civil war is controlled by Ahmed al Azzam and his wife, Shakira, also know as “First Lady of Hell

  5. says:

    I knew of Mark Greaney through his co authoring of Tom Clancy novels and chanced upon 'Backblast' followed that with 'Gunmetal Gray' and then jumped to 'The Gray Man'. Whilst there is a progression I came to Mark's hero in Court Gentry AKA 'The Gray Man' haphazardly, but I am hooked.
    The latest 'Agent in Place' sees our hero pitted against the sadistic Syrian regime whilst out to rescue a child, a child born to the S

  6. says:

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books.

    Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, a

  7. says:

    The earlier Gray Man books were terrific spare, serious, genuinely original. Latest is similar to lots of thrillers on the market wordy and long winded. Didn't finish it whereas earlier ones totally unputdownable.

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  9. says:

    Another triumph of this genre Mark Grearney is clearly a master of his craft. From the first page to the last the story goes you and holds you in fir a roller coaster ride. Highly recommended.

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