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Executive Power (Mitch Rapp, #6) CIA Superagent Mitch Rapp Battles Global Terrorism In A High Octane Follow Up To The New York Times Bestselling Separation Of Power Another Chillingly Authentic Adventure From The Master Of The Political Thriller Mitch Rapp S Cover Has Been Blown After Leading A Team Of Commandos Deep Into Iraq To Prevent Saddam Hussein From Joining The Nuclear Arms Race, He Was Publicly Hailed By The President As The Single Most Important Person In The Fight Against Terrorism But After Years Of Working Covertly Behind The Scenes, Rapp Now Lives In The Glare Of The Public Spotlight, Lauded By The Nation And An Easy Target For Virtually Every Terrorist From Jakarta To London.As Special Advisor On Counterterrorism To CIA Director Dr Irene Kennedy, Rapp Is Ready To Fight The War On Terrorism From CIA Headquarters Rather Than The Front Line That Is, Until A Platoon Of Navy SEALs, Sent To The Philippines To Save An American Family Kidnapped By Radical Islamic Terrorists, Is Caught In A Deadly Ambush The Mission Had Been Top Secret So Who Told The Enemy All Evidence Points To The State Department And The Philippine Embassy But A Greater Threat Still Lurks An Unknown Assassin Working Closely With The Highest Powers In The Middle East Is Bent On Igniting War Now, With The World Watching His Every Move, Will Rapp Be Able To Overcome This Anonymous Foe And Once Again Keep The Flames Of War From Raging Transporting Us Into An Intriguing Geopolitical Puzzle Full Of Deadly Motives, Covert Operatives, And All The True To Life Insider Detail We Ve Come To Expect From Vince Flynn, Executive Power Is A High Flying Story That Delivers Shattering Suspense With The Velocity Of A 9mmbullet.

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10 thoughts on “Executive Power (Mitch Rapp, #6)

  1. says:

    Excellent, best one so far If you enjoyed the tv show, 24, then you ll love this One of my favourite series, Flynn never fails to disappoint.

  2. says:

    Sometimes, I m not sure why I keep reading these books It s basically a guy s version of a romance novel Spies Bad guys Action Cheesy dialog It s a literary version of the television show 24.That said, any story involving Mitch Rapp is a page turner, no matter how poorly written or how much the author s disdain for things like the UN, diplomacy, and libera

  3. says:

    6.5 10This was a disappointing entry into the stellar series in my opinion There were three main plot elements and as it transpired there wasn t a great deal to link them in the end.You can t fault Vince Flynn s ability to add a good bit of action adrenaline sequence in which is what we got with a hostage rescue mission in the Philippines but there was no re

  4. says:

    Seemed to be shorter than other Mitch Rapp books but had all of the elements you come to expect for this series No real complaints but I didn t really feel wowed at the end of it I wouldn t say I was disappointed though All in all it was a good read.

  5. says:

    Number 6 in the chronological order of the Mitch Rapp series, Executive Power, was another good read from author Vince Flynn I have thoroughly enjoyed all of the previous 5 Mitch Rapp books, however, this story was somewhat slower than the others Since Mitch s cover was blown in the previous book, Separation of Powers, Flynn sends Mitch s character in another di

  6. says:

    THE UNIONS Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake Napoleon Welcome to the second story arc of the Mitch Rapp saga I like to call this one the matrimony arc , due to it spanning Mr Rapp s marriage Don t worry though White picket fences aren t for the war on terror s blunt instrument, and the three acts that make up this part of the series features s

  7. says:

    Imagine going to the movies and not being able to eat popcorn or ordering a burger and french fries and not having ketchup available or even going to the beach and not being able to swim in the ocean This is how frustrating this book felt to me This is the sixth installation of Mitch Rapp s adventure, you know the super agent from the CIA who is a leader in covert o

  8. says:

    This is about the 3rd or 4th CIA, special ops, our stud hero is Rapp , reads like believeable current events, fiction novel by Vince Flynn that I have read I love his stuff, but maybe my Sunday Times friends would not stoop this low It s exciting, there are two stories being developed at the same time, and those two stories meet near the end in a dramatic way Flynn is

  9. says:

    This one didn t seem quite up to Vince Flynn s standards although I am having trouble putting my finger on exactly why It might be because it deals a lot with the Israel Palenstine political situation which isn t my fa...

  10. says:

    We learn linguistically by pushing the envelope absorbing a better word, but not by dumbing down a word s meaning to the level of colloquial misuse decimate means to reduce by 10% not annihilation as used in the bookI don t like Anna Reilly The character of Mitchell Rapp, as I know him, would not place himself in that position She is very strong willed reporter I would...

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