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by Joseph Campanella,Richard Herman

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  • ISBN 1558004580
  • ISBN13 978-1558004580
  • Language English
  • Author Joseph Campanella,Richard Herman
  • Publisher Dove Entertainment Inc (October 1, 1991)
  • Formats mobi lit txt lrf
  • Category Mystery and Suspense
  • Subcategory Thrillers and Suspense
  • Size ePub 1166 kb
  • Size Fb2 1911 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 126

Richard Herman Jr. (Author), Joseph Campanella (Narrator), Phoenix Books (Publisher). It kept my interest I look forward to reading other books by Richard Herman. Four more words are required.

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Written by Richard Herman J. Audiobook narrated by Joseph Campanella. By davidpvny on 05-23-18. Brotherhood of War Series, Book 4. By: W. E. B. Griffin. Narrated by: Eric G. Dove. Good book, typical Herman, great pace lol written. All his OK are great, not yet found a dud.

Pontowski laid down his read file and sipped his early-morning coffee. Doesn’t happen often. Let me enjoy it. w he wanted to talk. Looks like the Middle East is settling down. The talks with the Egyptian ambassador are going well and he assures us that the Egyptians are going to cancel the military exercise in the Sinai. Always has been in the past

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Richard Herman, or Dick as he prefers to be called, used to be an officer in the Air Force who was a weapons . Firebreak is the first novel in the Matt Pontowski series that was released in 1991. Syria’s army, with the help of a rebuilt Iraq, challenges Israel, once again.

Richard Herman, or Dick as he prefers to be called, used to be an officer in the Air Force who was a weapons systems officer on F-4s and navigated on C-130s. Herman retired, in the year 1983, with the rank of major after twenty-one years of service. He did two tours on active duty in Southeast Asia and did a total of 240 combat missions during his time in the Air Force. The Iraqis have cooked up a brand new nerve gas that is lethal and a delivery system that goes right into Israel.

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I've read several books by this author and enjoyed all of them, but this one almost made me put it away, unfinished. there were too many similar names and too many story lines going on at once. it was hard to keep track of people and events.

I read the kindle edition and there were dozens and dozens of grammatical errors, mis-spellings and incorrectly used words. I found myself re-reading paragraphs several times to make sense of them. in some cases there were several errors on the same page. very disappointing and the errors made it even more difficult to follow the story.

I don't recommend this one.
How do you go from a 5 star author (Force of Eagles) to a 2 star. This book demonstrates how!. It jumps all over the place, it is devoid of editing, there is no rhyme or reason as to the way it's written, for example; you are reading about a beautiful agent of the mossad, and the next paragraph you are reading about a hot-shot American fighter pilot who is also the grandson of the POTUS, then in the next paragraph you may be reading about politics. There are chapters, but I don't know why the author bothered with them. My Kindle indicated 49% before the action really started to take place, but then at the 54% mark I was reading about politics again. I read the whole story (but I did not really want to). I can't recommend it, but read at your own risk.
The story seems to be well researched and full of detailed military information - especially the fights in the sky are very exciting and seem to be realistic as far as one (not a fighter pilot) can observe. Tom Clancy could have written this - the main difference would have been that he would have had an editor. This book loses a lot by misspelled words, words exchanged for others that don't make sense, sudden changes in the flow of action. I would have given the book at least four, perhaps five points for the action, but the (lack of ) editing punishes it badly. A pity - perhaps the next books will be better. I will come back to this author one day
The story, characters and plot are excellent. There are many grammatical and/or formatting errors which should of been caught in editing and proofing. There needs to be more of a separation from scenes several places throughout the book too. None of the negative comments hurt the story which is why I still gave it four stars. I've read other books in the series and by the author and this is very well done.
The story was clearly dated because the book was written a decade ago but it was fast paced and full of suspense and surprises. The Middle East is always full of intrigue and unexpected plots. The interaction that takes place in the White House and intelligence areas tells a tale of political agendas and mistrust. Enjoyment of the story was hampered by many editing and typographical errors.
Mr Herman makes you part of the Israeli nation for a bit. He makes it seem like you belong to their everlasting struggle against all odds . I loved the technical descriptions of the aircraft electronics because I used to be an Avionics technician and he knows his stuff . Bravo !
Well done. It kept my interest
I look forward to reading other books by Richard Herman

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Fast moving, technically accurate, the love story is just enough in a combat tale.
There should be a sequel. I'm going go look for it.