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Number of Pages: 400
Vendor: B&H Books
Publication Date: 2010
|Dimensions: 8.40 X 5.50 X 1.03 (inches)|
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Alton Gansky is a Christy Award-nominated and Angel Award-winning author who writes to stimulate thinking about spiritual matters. He served as a pulpit minister for twenty years and has published nearly thirty books.
Hzwarrior5 Stars Out Of 5This is a great bookOctober 18, 2010Hzwarrior
I really enjoy reading his books. They are excellent. They keep you wanting more. Can't wait for him to write more.
Julie Sines5 Stars Out Of 5September 27, 2010Julie Sines
Wow was all I could say after reading "Blaze of Glory"! The writing team of Jeff Struecker and Alton Gansky is an outstanding one. I certainly hope they continue writing more books about Sgt. Major Eric Moyer and his Special Operations Team. "Blaze of Glory" and book one in the series, "Certain Jeopardy", are definitely both Five Star Reads!!!
Raymond Parker5 Stars Out Of 5September 7, 2010Raymond Parker
Loved this book! It was certainly filled with excitement and action! I'm recommending it to all my friends as a must read. I'm also ordering the first book wtitten by this team, looking forward to more experiences with this set of characters!
Leslie Julian5 Stars Out Of 5August 18, 2010Leslie Julian
I have read this author before and have always found him to be hard to put down but this time I could Not put the book down until I found out the end. The storyline was very plausible and the way Chritianity was dealt with was very realistic. Thank you for another good suspense novel.
St. Paul, MNAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5August 5, 2010St. Paul, MNAge: 55-65Gender: female
Sergeant Major Eric Boss Moyer is the leader of six men in Special Operations that were deployed to Italy to intercept a wealthy Egyptian terrorist, El-Sayyed, who is allegedly behind a rash of female suicide bombers. Working with the Italian military and leaders, they are trying to annihilate any suicide missions ready to blow up the hotel where the Mexican and United States presidents and eighteen other world leaders were having a summit meeting. These suicide bomber attempts were also related to drug lords in Mexico.The missions are treacherous in themselves, but even more so because one of the six men is suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), making the leader and his subordinate leader wonder if they can rely on him in the heat of the battles.As a woman, I wondered how I thought this book would be a good read. Well, I had to strap myself down for the ride of my life!The reconnaissance and covert actions taken by these six men, along with Italians, were action-packed and heart-poundingly real. The intricate and precise military planning was intriguing and engaging. Once you think you have all the characters and plots identified, the author brings in another group that is intertwined in the actionagain and again, merging the story line into one complete work. It kept my interest throughout the whole book.All the characters were detailed very personably, letting you get to know them intimately, including the soldier with PTSD and his flashbacks. One of the six men on this mission was a Christian who lived out his faith without being preachy to the others. The men knew it and respected him, even calling on him when in need.This book was provided by Jonathon at B & H Fiction of BHPublishing in exchange for my honest review.