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Publisher's Summary

One year ago, Captain Jake Mahegan led a Delta Force team into Afghanistan to capture an American traitor working for the Taliban. The mission ended in tragedy. The team was infiltrated and decimated by a bomb. An enemy prisoner was killed. Mahegan was dismissed from service - dishonored forever.
Now, haunted by the incident, Mahegan is determined to clear his name. The military wants him to stand down. But when the American Taliban returns to domestic soil - headed by the traitor who ruined his life - Mahegan is the only man who knows how to stop him. Outside the law. Under the radar. Out for vengeance...
©2015 A. J. Tata (P)2017 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.
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By Lia on 11-08-17

4.5 Stars Action Packed Book A Bargain @$10.08

This is the first time I have listened to an A.J. Tata book. But if you love Flynn, Thor, Silva, Berenson, Coes, you will love "Foreign & Domestic". The book was impossible to put down until I read the Acknowledgments -- Without giving any "spoilers", Jake Mahegan and his Delta Force team are on a special assignment to locate the "American Taliban" in Afghanistan. The mission goes horribly wrong and Jake's best friend is killed and the target escapes. Jake comes back to the U.S. where he is targeted for the unlawful killing of a POW by an ambitious three-star general. Jake is living off of the grid in coastal NC and meets a pretty woman who is a part-time deputy, part time historian and researcher about the areas American Indian and early settler history. Jake is located by the Feds and the book takes off from there. He cannot tell who is friend and who is the enemy. The plot involves stolen highly secret weapon technology, "ghost" prisoners, and civil war gold. I can't recommend this book highly enough. I am looking forward to listening to his other books.

Jonathan Davis was very skilled with the delivery of the story.

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By Ken on 10-20-17

Smart/Sophisticated

This is 100 % Mark Greany 'Grey Man' good with adult sophistication in that it's not like several juvenile authors I've suffered in this genre... thank you sir! I like the story, the characters, and the narrator.

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