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The Black Flagged Thriller Series Boxset: Books 2-4

Narrated by: John David Farrell
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Continue the Black Flagged series with this specially-priced box set! Three books in one! 

Black Flagged Redux (Book 2): Two years after shocking Washington, DC, with a brutal betrayal, General Terrence Sanderson prepares for his triumphant return. With his illegal covert operations group resurrected, he waits in the shadows for the right moment to demonstrate the grim necessity of the Black Flag program. His opportunity may arrive sooner than expected.

At Langley, Karl Berg is appointed to a new position with the CIA's National Clandestine Service. As senior liaison to the Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Intelligence Center, he makes a disturbing discovery. Russian Federation intelligence services are secretly scouring Europe to find Anatoly Reznikov, a rogue Russian scientist at the top of every nation's WMD watch list. 

While the Russians pursue Reznikov, Berg goes "off the books" again and sends one of Sanderson's Black Flag teams to investigate. Led by Daniel Petrovich, the team uncovers a twisted conspiracy aimed at striking a horrific blow against the West, with the frightening potential to bring the United States to its knees.

Black Flagged Apex (Book 3): A tense alliance between General Sanderson and the CIA narrowly averts an apocalyptic attack by Islamic fundamentalists in Europe, but ultimately fails to recover the virus canisters. With the biological weapons still missing, the specter of an attack against the United States looms dangerously closer. Desperate to stop Al Qaeda, Daniel Petrovich's black-ops team is sent to investigate the last lead provided by Anatoly Reznikov, the twisted scientist responsible for designing the virus.

Black Flagged Vektor (Book 4): With the most recent bioterrorism threat against the United States neutralized, CIA Deputy Director Karl Berg proposes a more permanent solution to prevent future attacks: A covert raid by General Sanderson's Black Flag unit against Vektor Labs, deep inside Russia...to destroy a bioweapons program that should have ended with the Cold War.

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  • Primonate
  • 03-05-2018

Not my usual genre but it was good

not my usual genre but it was good once I made a diagram of names and job titles.

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  • RJ
  • 18-04-2019

Very good, tense and exciting!

Book two starts out a bit slow, introducing us to new players and a little recap from the previous book. Daniel and Jessica remain with Black Flag, primarily as instructors. Although Sanderson does get them out heading up a team for special missions. A deadly encephalitis virus has been set loose on a Russian city. The Black Flag team has been dispatched to pick-up the scientist responsible before the Russians find him.
Book three follows several U.S. Government task forces, FBI agents, CIA operatives, and Black Flag operators looking for the last terrorist cell and the missing virus canisters. As you can imagine government agencies have difficulty communicating, collaborating, and working together towards a mutual goal. Regrettably, at several points, it’s rather funny; in a Keystone Cop sort of way. A domestic terrorist group is revealed to be connected with the Middle Eastern terrorists. What role they may play in the encephalitis plot is unknown at this time.
Book four picks up after the bottled water fiasco. If you thought the story was over after that, think again. The scientist Reznicoff is not done with his scheming. Nor is True America done with theirs. This volume focuses on tying up loose ends. At least, loose ends that were identified at the time. The Russian laboratory, along with the Russian scientist was still live, which would cause future problems. I enjoyed the characters, the plot was well laid out, the action tense and exciting. Aside from a few mispronunciations, the narration was excellent. I may have to finish off the series to see how this all pans out.

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  • Cogito
  • 06-12-2018

Nuance with a hammer

Haven’t finished with four of the currently five books in that Black Flagged series and it is easy to say that I have very much enjoyed the four books. The author tends to over “technify” the narrative at times, especially when identifying military hardware. I know that the M16 variants fire a 5.56 mm cartridge. And even if I didn’t, I wouldn’t need to be told the statistics of the bullet every time it is fired. But that is nit-picking.
And now the nuance. The author does a very good job of combining both the good and bad in his characters. It is often difficult to figure out for whom one should be cheering at different times in the story thread. Overall it gave the characters a more believable existence and enriches the stories being presented.
Overall, very enjoyable and able to keep the reader engaged throughout the narrative.

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  • Brandon T. Tompkins
  • 13-09-2018

Finish much?

It is a great series, full of action, would be 5 stars except there is no ending.

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  • Jason
  • 09-05-2018

wow<br />

this is a great thriller series. wonderful performance. never a dull moment. a true edge of your seat story.