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With CIA Agent Mary "Phoenix" Walker heading her first Special Ops mission and Master Sergeant Bobby Sweeney fighting demons on and off the battlefield, Task Force Valor races to stop a terrorist threat in the Ukraine before Europe is turned into a radioactive wasteland.
But when the terror reaches American shores, the team is powerless to help until they can save themselves. And when they finally track down the source of the chaos, what they find is worse than anything they could have imagined.
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Vendor: Multnomah Books
Publication Date: 2009
Series: Task Force Valor
Meltdown is even more hair-raising because it is so plausible. But if I'm on the run in a hot zone, there's no one I'd rather have at my back than the men--and woman--of Task Force Valor. An explosive climax is a reminder of just Who really controls our lives and destiny. My only disappointment in turning the last page was saying goodbye. Jeanette Windle, author of Veiled Freedom, Betrayed, CrossFire (etc.)
Chuck Holton has done it again! Meltdown is hot and will keep you sizzling on the edge of your seat! Keep some ice water nearby. Chucks latest may just be his hottest! Highly recommended! Don Brown, author of the Navy Justice Series
pamanfreeNowata, OKAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5page turning suspenseAugust 25, 2011pamanfreeNowata, OKAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Moves rapidly and keeps your attention, a real nail bitter to the end.
GrumpyNew Palestine, INAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5A Three Book JoyMay 8, 2011GrumpyNew Palestine, INAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Had never heard of Chuck Holton. Bought the three-book series to read on vacation. The reading experience was wonderful. Holton did not simply put a Christian challenge or two in the mix...he wove personalities and action packed adventure with Christian and non-Christian men and women working together. I enjoyed all three books...and yes, Meltdown was an excellent conclusion to the entire series. Certainly look forward to Holton's next books.
Nancy Hollingshed5 Stars Out Of 5September 29, 2009Nancy HollingshedNonstop action from start to finish! My husband and I have loved this series, and sure hope it's not finished.
Rottier Sharon5 Stars Out Of 5September 24, 2009Rottier Sharona good story and a nail-biter again. I enjoy Chuck's ability to have God involved in peoples' realities in a plausible, respectful way.
RuthUpstate SCAge: 45-54Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5September 10, 2009RuthUpstate SCAge: 45-54Gender: FemaleThis third book I didn't read. Just like the two previous ones, I gobbled it up, devoured it, whatever. Wow!The other reviewer called the ending "frightening", I would say all three books are frightening in the entire plots, not just the ending. Though finding an honorable character go off the rails like ...did (Ain't telling!)hightens that factor. This whole series is much too close to reality and I am glad to have a Sure Hope through Christ. Or my heart and mind would already be in the setting of Revelation. Chernobyl has scared me since it happened and continues to do so to this day. I only hope that the book's scenes are just that: A writer's story. I also hope that Mr. Holton can write more books, and soon, even if not necessarily in the Valor series.My reason for not giving this the whole five stars is some language concern. I despise euphemistic cussing (heck, darn, etc.) mainly because the Bible condemns it.A super wordsmith like Mr. Holton can imply it for the non-Christian book character and make the reader think of whatever the reader's own brain supplies.