↠ Counterfeit Lies || ✓ PDF Read by õ Oliver North Bob Hamer


  • Title: Counterfeit Lies
  • Author: Oliver North Bob Hamer
  • ISBN: 9781476714387
  • Page: 341
  • Format: ebook

  • From Oliver North whose New York Times bestseller Heroes Proved was praised by Sean Hannity as a heart thumping must read for every American comes a gripping, nonstop thriller that could only be written by someone who has been there, done that Veteran undercover FBI agent Jake Kruse is investigating a smuggling ring in southern California when his assignment is cut sFrom Oliver North whose New York Times bestseller Heroes Proved was praised by Sean Hannity as a heart thumping must read for every American comes a gripping, nonstop thriller that could only be written by someone who has been there, done that Veteran undercover FBI agent Jake Kruse is investigating a smuggling ring in southern California when his assignment is cut short A prominent criminal defense attorney wants to hire Jake on another kind of mission to kill the daughter of a local crime boss.What began as a contract killing soon captures the attention of the CIA, the US Secret Service, and high level officials in Washington The undercover agent is plunged into a deadly underworld of North Korean espionage, Hezbollah terror, and the sinister deception Iran uses to acquire nuclear weapons Caught in a web of international intrigue that goes to the top of the US government, Kruse is forced to confront the ultimate moral quandary doing what s right when everything seems wrong.Now, national security expert and decorated war hero Oliver North and former US Marine and FBI undercover agent Bob Hamer bring their real life experience to this tightly written tale of international intrigue and down to the wire suspense They say it s fiction But it s all too real.
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    Commentaires:

    Ed
    At the beginning things were kind of dull. Later on in the book things got more exciting. The hero is Jake Kruse who is undercover for the FBI. It appears that Jake is not a Christian, but when Scripture shows up in the story it is referenced to his dead wife and the influence she had on him. While undercover, he does a lot of lying because of his profession of being undercover. Peter Newman, the hero of Oliver North's previous books is occasionally mentioned in the book. So, Jake is actually an [...]

    Nathan Schrock
    Actually I listened to the audiobook but I couldn't figure out how to add it to my books as an audiobook.I've always loved Oliver North's books, because he has great plotlines and he's a Christian so they're clean. And his military background adds some plausibility to the thriller/action genre. This one does get bogged down at some points with a TON of dialogue, but overall it's a great recreational read with an original story.

    Ross Rawnsley
    This one was a tough rating/review for me. It was my first Oliver North book, as I was totally unaware that he was an author. That said, it took me until approx 1/2 way through the book to really get excited about the plot, and from then on, I was hooked.The downfall, IMO, was that I listened to the audio version, and was not a fan of the reader. He seemed to speak in a monotone, with very little inflection, and hardly any variety in voices as the characters changed (or not much that was noticea [...]

    David Bergsland
    The best book of Ollie I've read, assuming Hamer helped a lotPolitical/military thrillers don't get much better than this. The undercover realities are exceptional. The North Korean angle certainly seems real. They're not niced of course Hezbollah is. Real class act. Disgusting, but the good guys win. yeah!

    Carolyn Wagner
    I think my rating of this might have been a 3-star if I read the physical book instead of listening to the audio book. The narrator was so distracting; he didn't know when to take a breath, how to make the characters talk like they were actually in a conversation, or even how to get out of a monotone. The story itself wasn't bad, although it is a stretch to think a Caucasian "round eye" could invade a Korean crime syndicate to a high level in just a few short weeks and command trust of the leade [...]

    Mark
    My 1st of my Col. Ollie North's thrillersUC FBI agent Jake Kruse goes under to expose N. Korean & Islamic terror tiesentertaining method to expose the public to the existential threat to the US thru the Iranian-N. Korean funding, criminal & terror connectionsovides an excellent analysis of the way N. Korean criminal counterfeit enterprises fund, not only their regime, but also the world-wide terror networkgood stuff!

    Mike Shaw
    A good Thriller/Suspense by Oliver North. A little slow in the beginning but worth the read. An interesting undercover story involving North Korea, Iran, Hezbollah terrorist and nuclear weapons. A believable Fiction???

    Lisa Johnson
    Title: Counterfeit LiesAuthor: Oliver North & Bob HamerPages: 336Year: 2014Publisher: Threshold Editions Link: amazon/Counterfeit-LieA couple months back I decided to read a novel written by Bob Hamer called Targets Down. I ran across the author and his writings while a friend and I looked for novels to read. Most of the time we are asked to review books for authors or publishing companies, but I felt drawn to read this one. Both authors have military experience and have gone to great pains [...]

    Victor Gentile
    Oliver North and Bob Hamer in their new book, “Counterfeit Lies” published by Threshold Editions introduces us to Jake Kruse.From the back cover: Veteran undercover FBI agent Jake Kruse is investigating a smuggling ring in southern California when his assignment is cut short. A prominent criminal defense attorney wants to hire Jake on another kind of mission: to kill the daughter of a local crime boss.What began as a “contract killing” soon captures the attention of the CIA, the U.S. Sec [...]

    Burt
    Another thoroughly enjoyable yarn from Oliver North in the thriller genre. His collaboration with Bob Hamer in this instance has resulted in a truly believable story since both authors have, in one sense or another, 'been there and done that.' I particularly like that they have smoothly inserted some of the inter- and intra-agency bureaucracy and politics that sometimes move to the fore and take precedence over actions that should move faster or in directions in the field that would otherwise le [...]

    Arthur
    Counterfeit Lies (Oliver North & Bob Hamer)Typical Snafu when the alphabet brass refuses the share intelligence with each other to hide the real target's id. What starts as a search for undercover agents helping North Korea gain elements necessary to build nuclear weapons in Iran. While one aids a group to bring illegal goods into the USA, another undercover alphabet agent is tracking The SUPERNOTES, counterfeit $100.00 bills so good that only an expert can tell that they are fake. The Snafu [...]

    Tom Tischler
    Veteran undercover FBI agent Jack Kruse is investigating a smugglingring in southern California when his assignment is cut short. A prominentlocal attorney wants to hire him to kill the daughter of a local crime lord. Jack's contract killing soon captures the attention of the CIA,the US Secret Service and high officials in the government. He's alsoplunged into a deadly underworld of North Korean espionage. Caught in a web of international intrigue that goes to the top of the government Kruse is [...]

    Carolyn Aldridge
    Good bookI really liked the book and it took me awhile to get into the story,but once I did the whole story took off. I like books that get me hooked from the start, but learned a long time ago, a good book is like getting to know a good friend. Some people you hit it off with instantly and become best friends and some the friendship takes time to grow and click. I would definitely recommend this for anyone that likes action.

    Mark
    I rarely read secular fiction and stick with Christian fiction, but this one sounded good and I like Bob Hamer's books, which are Christian fiction, so I gave it a shot. There was some bad language in it, which I am not used to in a book, but it was a great read. Bob Hamer's undercover experience comes through in the book, and I thought it had a great plot. It was an enjoyable read.

    Henry Lawrence
    Reads like it came out of today's headlines. North makes a strong case for fighting terrorism. At times, the story challenged your credibility, but in the end the author managed to bring it all together.I'm always surprised when there are twists involving major characters at the end; I shouldn't be, but I was surprised this time.

    Audra
    I read this for task 2 of The Book Riot 2015 Read Harder Challenge - A book written by someone when they were over 65. This was a great read and gave a quick look into some of the cagey activities in which North Korea is involved. There were just enough characters and intertwined plots but not so many to make the book confusing. I just wish I knew what was true in the book.

    Karen
    Just read this to pass the time in my sick bed with flu. Nothing extraordinary but a few good twists; more a modern mirror of rampant Yank suspicions, political subterfuge and sinister shenanigans. Terribly over-written at times, but some suspenseful moments and a good dose of action.

    Kathie Vaughan
    Lots of characters to follow but interesting and suspenseful reading.

    Larry
    This is the first book by Oliver North that I have read. It was a good book and an interesting story.I would read some of his other books. It was good, but not great.

    Suze
    COUNTERFEIT LIESThank you for writing such a wonderful book, very insightful. We should all be truly grateful for our law enforcement friends.

    Ann
    This was a quick read of those you like to have on hand when you need to unwind after a difficult day at work !

    C
    Lots of actionThis story was depressing at times as the characters did not receive the support that they needed. I was surprised that the dialogue was amateurish at times.

    Camille Magallon
    A slow read.A slow read. Typical flawed hero and bad guys. Did have some surprises. Well written but I'm not sure if I will read another North novel.

    Jessica Asbell
    This isn't my kind of book, but I can appreciate the writing. Oliver North did a great job with details and making this story seem crazy, but believable. It was fast paced and a quick read.

    Bill Donhiser
    Another fine effort from Oliver North. A well written political action thriller. Good plot and characters. A fun read

    Jerry
    Good read!!! This character needs to develop into a series!!!!

    Richard
    excellent topical tale (bad guys are north koreans, and iranians)

    Floyd
    My first North/Hamer novel. Good, but I prefer Clancy

    Susan
    I need to read this again. I had a hard time staying interested.

    Brad Wilton
    Just ok Dialogue wan't all that great, a bit cheesy at times as well.

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