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  • An agent kidnapped; an exciting book!

    The stakes are higher than usual when Justin’s fellow CIS agent and girlfriend is kidnapped by terrorists. Will this emotional bombshell put him off his game? Now they must attempt a daring rescue in addition to their original mission. Follow all the action, the twists and turns, some unusual alliances, “unofficial” maneuvering and risky ops in some very dangerous countries to get to the surprising conclusion. Great book!

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  • On Target

    Target Acquired is the fourteenth book in the Justin Hall Spy Thriller series. You can read this as a standalone. Though I recommend that you read all of the books - because they are good and they help you to fully understand this storyline. There is a lot of violence, but you can expect that in a Justin Hall story. I really enjoyed this most recent installment. It was different than usual but well worth reading. What is usual is that Justin is just as good as normal in this one.

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  • A Great Read

    My review Steve McGillis Target Acquired is another home run by Ethan Jones in his great Justin Hall series. As in other books in the series, this one is full of twists & turns & counter twists. Justin's true love is captured on an op; he'll do whatever it takes to get her back ... no matter what "the boss" says. Sit on the sidelines & let someone else try & rescue her ... I don't think so. This is a great read that may well keep you up at night as you turn page after page. If you've read other books in the Justin Hall series (& you certainly should!), you'll recognize characters but they take on a new dimension in this work. Give it & Ethan's other works a try; I'm sure you'll like them.

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  • Target Acquired

    The Terrorist Recruit Book Nbr 14 in the Justin Hall series is a never ending roller coaster ride from the start to finish. Justin, Karoline and Carrie are tasked with a government assassination. Things go wrong quickly when Karoline is kidnapped. Now Justin and his group not only have to rescue Karoline but complete their original mission within a narrow window of opportunity. Not completely trusting his associates Justin starts to second guess himself. Can he save his love Karoline? Can he complete the assassination order within the time permitted? Jones improves as a talented writer of this series based on the Canadian Security Intelligence Service.(CSIS). While not a requirement it might help to read the previous book in the series Covert Assassin. The Terrorist Recruit is a followup to this expanding well written books series. A must read for Justin Hall fans.

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  • Target acquired

    Excellent story I enjoy all Justin hall stories always anxiously for next exciting instalment

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