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The Mark of Halam Jeff Bradley #2 ❰Reading❯ ➶ The Mark of Halam Jeff Bradley #2 Author Thomas Ryan – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk USS Ulysses State of the art nuclear submarine Deterrent TargetWhen an Olympic medalist is the subject of an attempted assassination former SAS trooper Jeff Bradley knows his past is once again castin of Halam PDF Ë USS Ulysses State of the art nuclear submarine Deterrent TargetWhen an Olympic medalist is The Mark MOBI :å the subject of an attempted assassination former SAS trooper Jeff Bradley knows his past is Mark of Halam MOBI ☆ once again casting a shadow over his new life A note left by the assassin Mark of Halam Jeff Bradley Kindle - confirms his suspicions Bradley made an enemy back in Mark of Halam Jeff Bradley Kindle - Kosovo and the man is out for revenge But Jeff knows the killer is not working alone higher up the ranks sits Avni Leka a terrorist warlord who will stop at nothing to achieve his bloody goalAnd it’s not just Bradley who is under threat A hijacking leads him to sense something bigger is being planned—a plot that if successful will end thousands of innocent lives and could light the touchpaper of global conflictHe can’t allow it to happen But events are spiralling out of control Bradley knows he must reach the eye of the storm before it tears his world apart.


10 thoughts on “The Mark of Halam Jeff Bradley #2

  1. Tulay Tulay says:

    Good storyJeff Bradley is New Zealand vineyard owner but his past from Kosovo and Afghanistan came to hunt him down Nuclear submarine at the harbour terrorist planning to destroy it


  2. Karen Karen says:

    The second Jeff Bradley novel from New Zealand author Thomas Ryan certainly made me really want to shunt my as yet unread copy of the first The Field of Blackbirds up in priorityA thriller in construction THE MARK OF HALAM is fast paced big threat enemies on all sides one man to save the day in style It helps that Jeff Bradley is a reluctant sort of a hero dragged into the conflict initially when a good friend is threatened and ultimately because there is a terrorist plot and then there's something much personalSetting THE MARK OF HALAM mostly in New Zealand against the backdrop of that country's long term anti nuclear stance making the terrorist target a nuclear powered submarine is an interesting undertaking As with all thrillers of this nature there are aspects to the plot that you're just going to have to go with a target like that staying put when the threat is so profound the way that the defences are laid out probably even some of the technical details which would pass most readers by completely What matters here is that there are those few minor moments throughout and none of them really threaten to drop the reader out of the storyline Once invested you are very much with Bradley until the end come what mayGiven that this is a second novel in a series not having read the first one yet didn't have any impact Bradley's background and his personality are uickly understood His role as all action hero nuanced enough to provide reasons for what he's doing regardless of whether or not the personal threat is something that is or isn't explored in the earlier book no idea if that is the case as yetWith a reasonable supporting cast and a really good central hero figure THE MARK OF HALAM is classic big threat big risk action thriller The setting of the harbour the political background and even the inclusion of a winery created a good sense of place time and society in which to act out all of the elements of the story All of which definitely means the first book needs to be read as soon as possiblehttpswwwaustcrimefictionorgrevi


  3. Roxann Roxann says:

    From the cover When an Olympic medalist is the subject of an attempted assassination former SAS trooper Jeff Bradley knows his past is once again casting a shadow over his new life A note left by the assassin confirms his suspicions Bradley made an enemy back in Kosovo and the man is out for revenge But Jeff knows the killer is not working alone higher up the ranks sits Avni Leka a terrorist warlord who will stop at nothing to achieve his bloody goal And it’s not just Bradley who is under threat A hijacking leads him to sense something bigger is being planned—a plot that if successful will end thousands of innocent lives and could light the touchpaper of global conflictI enjoyed reading this book from chapter 1 to the end This book is second in a series for the character Jeff Bradley but the first book I have read The book has an interesting group of characters throughout The book is fast paced with lots of twists and turns The only thing I didn’t like was reading that the metal on sub was several feet thick that didn’t make any sense but it didn’t take away from the storyline This is a good thriller I received the book for free through Goodreads Giveaways


  4. Walt Mccluskey Walt Mccluskey says:

    The Mark of halamA good action thriller with plenty of the chases and firefights one might expect The hero manages to get kicked around uite a bit as he discovered you don't respond as well or fast as you age Amazing how well the terrorists send to work together to achieve success when there is an unexpected need for a change in plans


  5. Jerry C. Walker Jerry C. Walker says:

    Straight forward intrigue An unwieldy governing structure bright but pushy reporter reluctant cop and frustrated special forces retiree are forced to work together in this fine thriller The plot is believable yes it could really happen as the threat is not far fetched A very entertaining read


  6. Sue Gaddam Sue Gaddam says:

    Fast paced and action filledExcept for the premise that a US nuclear sub would dock at a wharf in New Zealand when they anchor out in deep water in the US the story was very compelling The main characters had a variety of backgrounds and were paired up differently in several situations making the view points and predicted outcomes unpredictable


  7. Jack Galloway Jack Galloway says:

    Another great storyI'm really liking Jeff he's like a real person with grit than an all around superman that goes around unharmed I'm looking forward to the next round with Jeff


  8. Samuel Giardino Samuel Giardino says:

    Former hero brought into the frayRetired ops man brought back into the world of terrorism and evil men Strong male with great instincts and perceptive thinking This Down Under thriller is fast paced and engaging


  9. craig hurdle craig hurdle says:

    Good readI gave this a four still a good book It took a while to catch on with the storyWas about a nuclear submarine coming into New Zealand Terrorists were out to stop the submarine coming into portI did enjoy the story have not read any other books by this author


  10. Giles Falconer Giles Falconer says:

    A Good ThrillerGood to read a book set somewhere different New Zealand specifically Auckland and the setting certainly plays a party in the narrative Recommended


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