The Rescue (Ryan Decker #1)



Former CIA operative turned mercenary for hire Ryan Decker s specialty is rescuing kidnap victims Hired by an influential US senator to liberate his daughter from a human trafficking ring, Decker never anticipated sabotage or that the assault could go so disastrously wrong The hostage is dead His team is wiped out, and so are their families, including Decker s own wife and son eliminated one by one by the Russian mafia And he s survived to take the fall.When he s inexplicably freed soon into a ten year sentence in federal prison, Decker suspects another setup And private investigator Harlow Mackenzie knows he s right She has evidence that a power greater than the Russian mob was behind the raid that ruined Decker s life.The next move in a nationwide cat and mouse game of high level sedition is up to them Fueled by revenge and an obsession to clear his name, Decker has only one mission to destroy a growing conspiracy before it s too late. New Download The Rescue (Ryan Decker #1) [ Author ] Steven Konkoly [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – tiffanydaniels.co.ukThe Rescue (Ryan Decker #1)

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 390 pages
  • The Rescue (Ryan Decker #1)
  • Steven Konkoly
  • 04 April 2018

10 thoughts on “The Rescue (Ryan Decker #1)

  1. says:

    This was a fast paced story with plenty of action and emotion I enjoy Jack Reacher movies, so I attempted to read a Lee Child Jack Reacher book once I put it down within the first chapter or so because it was laced with so much profanity This was a good, Reacher style story, and although it was not profanity free, it was very sparse I appreciated the fact that the author felt he could write this type of story without feeling compelled to fill it with profanity and sex It was very ...

  2. says:

    The Rescue has been getting a ton of early praise Unfortunately, I won t be joining that party train, so feel free to boo me if you must.This book and I were simply a bad match All the things I love in a book just aren t here.The biggest problem for me revolves around the absence of character development For me to invest in a story, I have to care about, or at least get to know, the characters That doesn t happen Instead, we have a ton of narrating characters, some who matter a lottha The Rescue has been getting a ton of early praise Unfortunately, I won t be joining that party train, so feel free to boo me if you must.This book and I were simply a bad match All the things I love in a book just aren t here.The biggest problem for me revolves around the absence of character development For me to invest in a story, I have to care about, or at least get to know, the characters That doesn t happen Instead, we have a ton of narrating characters, some who matter a lotthan others, and we don t learn much about any of them, aside from how well they shoot.The entire book is plot driven, relying on a lot of action, all the time And this brings me back to the lack of character development I didn t feel any balance between the characters as people and the constant action propelling things forward.And, finally, the actio...

  3. says:

    Another fantastic book by Steven Konkoly What I like about all of Konkoly s series is they are all distinctly unique and original This book centers around the fallout of a rescue operation That fallout includes Bratva, FBI, a politically motivated paramilitary organization, a private investigation firm, and an elite rescue team If that s not enough for you throw in some political conspiracies and coverups, plenty of hair raising gun fights, and plot twists making you say Woah What s going Another fantastic book by Steven Konkoly What I like about all of Konkoly s series ...

  4. says:

    Charles van BurenTOP 1000 REVIEWER5.0 out of 5 starsA suspense filled rollercoaster of a bookMarch 3, 2019Format Kindle Edition Verified PurchaseReviewer Sam Vines, writing anreview, has pointed out something which I had vaguely noticed but to which I hadn t given much thought The Rescue is the only First Read option out of six this month that is not either an introspective emotional journey of trauma and drama or the saga of an underdog s empowerment henceforth angst based drivel o Charles van BurenTOP 1000 REVIEWER5.0 out of 5 starsA suspense filled rollercoaster of a bookMarch 3, 2019Format Kindle Edition Verified PurchaseReviewer Sam Vines, writing anreview, has pointed out something which I had vaguely noticed but to which I hadn t given mu...

  5. says:

    Finally, it s not dystopian I like Konkoly s writing there are always guns, violence, former military agency types, and hard characters who don t stop I was delighted to see this new hero, Ryan Decker, and the possible path it reveals Head of the World Rescue Group, just as his team is about to launch a rescue things go to help in a hurry Two years later and it turns out he went to prison, surviving eight attempts in his life, having his wife and son murdered and seeing all his colleagues a Finally, it s not dystopian I like Konkoly s writing there are always guns, violence, former military agency types, and hard characters who don t stop I was delighted to see ...

  6. says:

    Not the best I ve readThe characters were never fleshed out and the plot was confusing A couple of dialogue mistakes were encountered and the book did not flow The main character was a mystery and the book neve...

  7. says:

    I have read a number of books by Konkoly and always enjoyed each one This book begins a new series and I m looking forward to reading each future one as well Good plot, great character development and fast action make a great read

  8. says:

    Riveting This book was awesome It became very difficult for me to put down The characters are great, and the writing makes the action really come to life I ve never been much of a military action type book person, and this book makes me want to read others.

  9. says:

    Insane, but addictiveThis is my first book by the author and I was totally addicted to it I didn t want to put it down even when I realized it was after 1am and I had to go to work in a few hours I could not believe the raw deal Decker got, but totally sympathized with the families as well I was so on the fence with some of the characters but realized that I could actually see how they were mislead On the one hand I was upset at their treatment of Decker because of his experience and success Insane, but addictiveThis is my first book by the author and I was totally addicted to it I didn t want to put it down even when I realized it was after 1am and I had to go to work in a few hours I could not believe the raw deal Decker got, but totally sympathized with the families as well I was so on the fence with some of the characters but realized that I could actually see how they were mislead On the one hand I was upset at their treatment of Decker because of his experience and success, but when the casualties are children and there is no one else to blame when you re a grieving parent or resentful colleague, well, I just hoped they d come around because at the end of the day they were good people ...

  10. says:

    The Rescue is an entertaining novel injected by Steven Konkoly with some clever plot twists The book is a page turner and, although some of the plot components seem a bit far fetched, they mostly work One component that does not work is the motivation of the primary villain, Jacob Harcourt, who zealously drives events and legislation in his quest to accumulate an unusual kind of power.The heroes and heroines are heroic, but mostly human, and the villains are villainous maybe to excess So, The Rescue is an entertaining novel injected by Steven Konkoly with some clever plot twists The book is a page turner and, although some of the plot components seem a bit far fetched, they mostly work One component that does not work is the motivation of the primary villain, Jacob Harcourt, who zealously drives events and legislation in his quest to accumulate an unusual kind of power.The heroes and heroines are heroic, but mostly human, and the villains are villainous maybe to excess So, while I am generally cynical of the United Stat...

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