Monday, February 25, 2013

Book Review: Executive Command by Gary Grossman

 A fast-paced political thriller from Emmy Award-winning network television producer, journalist, and novelist Gray Grossman.

Executive Command continues the story of Secret Service Agent Scott Roarke, who is helping President Morgan Taylor and his administration cope with the latest threat to national security. Terrorists are hell-bent on destroying America and its infrastructure city by city and state by state through the nation's water supply. In addition, the assassin that has continued to allude Roarke seems like he might play a role in what's unfolding.

Can Roarke take out the threat before more Americans are placed in harm's way?

Executive Command is a superb addition to Grossman's Executive Series. Highly-detailed, rich in description, the break-neck speed of this novel keeps you turning the pages. Familiar characters are joined by new names in the third book, adding to the already character-laden plot. Thankfully, Grossman gives you a rundown on who is who in the opening pages before the story kicks into high gear, which happens very quickly.

Grossman is a master storyteller, blending different agencies, multiple locations, and an all-too-real plot, to deliver a fascinating and frightening story. As is typical to the genre, the book is loaded with political and military details. If you enjoy political thrillers, you won't find a better choice than Executive Command.

File Size: 1053 KB
Print Length: 502 pages
Publisher: Diversion Books (October 10, 2012)
BN ID: 2940015600773

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