- Harold Coyle's Strategic Solutions, Inc.
- Narrated by: William Dufris
- Length: 10 hrs and 43 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 02-04-07
- Language: English
- Publisher: Tantor Audio
The dedicated men and women of SSI, led by former rear admiral Michael Derringer, are consummate professionals, nearly all ex-police or military, and are the among the best in the world at what they do. But the mastermind behind the living bio-weapons, Dr. Saeed Sharif, is more deadly than anyone could have possibly imagined. Spread throughout the globe and thwarting attacks on their home facilities, the staff at SSI soon find themselves engaged in a frontline game of ground warfare. And to make matters worse, two infected Marburg carriers are heading straight for the United States. Using every resource it has, SSI launches an all-out search for the walking plague carriers before thousands more become infected and die.
Posing a frightening scenario that could become all too real in the near future, and filled with the details of the military world that have made Coyle's books best-sellers, Pandora's Legion hits the front lines of the new war against terrorism in this engrossing, high-stakes novel.
"Coyle is best when he's depicting soldiers facing death....He knows soldiers and he understands the brotherhood of arms." ( The New York Times)
"Harold Coyle is the best natural storyteller I know." (Tom Clancy)
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By W on 16-04-07
listened to the unabridged audio edition of this book and I found it a fast-paced thriller with an intriguing suspenseful plot. What if a madman decided to use human carriers to deliver a deadly virus to the states? How would the USA respond?
This was a great book with some fun characters. I particularly liked the interaction with the men in the desert and hostage scene early on. I was on the edge of my seat!
Peeves: I did feel the author could've ratcheted up the suspense a bit by actual having a plague outbreak early on. Also, I wish the contagion was something a bit less ewww. The scenes where the disease and its affects were described made me gag. I also wondered, wouldn't the terroris be smarter to release something the carrier was immune to like smallpox? This would widen the impact of the threat and potentially be more devastating.
Overall this was a good novel, look forward to more.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful
By Scot Lambert on 27-04-16
This was more Tillman than Boyle. Ok. Good story. Rolled my eyes many times when it seemed author was trying to hard. Definitely not a Team Yankee.