The Hunt For Megrahi

Rated 5.00/5 based on 5 reviews
Following the assignation of the Middle Eastern dictator, the members of the patriot hunt club were lying low and trying to stay off the radar. However, an opportunity to finish the job---repay those that were responsible for the Bomb placed on Pan Am 103 presents itself and before you can say "go for it" one of the veterans of the NYC reception for Gadhafi takes the ball and runs. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9780982646236
Tags: ghadhafi
About W. Addison Gast

Retired USN flight engineer with 43 years service. Started writing while in the USN Public Information Office -articles for major media releases and Stars & Stripes and Station paper ( North Islander)Worked as corporate exec up to 2001 then sold corporation and started writing. Action adventure fiction with two series in print as of this date. When not traveling and giving motivational lectures to recovering cancer survivors ( which Addison is ,) he lives with wife in Texas and Mexico. Most avid hobby for available free time is flying space available with the military.

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Review by: Autumn O'Brien on July 06, 2011 :
Missed the rating--its worth five!!
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Review by: Autumn O'Brien on July 06, 2011 : (no rating)
Bravo for the hunt club members! Reads like vince Flynn.
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Review by: Bernie Wilhelm on March 13, 2011 :
This one is about as close to History as fiction can get I think. The plan, the mission and the way they finally get the guy are WE.E.B. Griffin stuff and the story just gets good when it ends. No complaints---it was free and good reading. I'll buy one of his other novels now that we see what they include.
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Review by: Bernie Wilhelm on March 07, 2011 :
I forgot to "rate" theis book. Very good IMHO
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Review by: Bernie Wilhelm on March 07, 2011 : (no rating)
What a gasser!This starts off like a Vince Flyn novel and then gets even better! The idea of going after that murderer is a good storyline and this writer takes you along every step that the guy plans and excutes along the way. I loved the ending where they leave a note for them to read. I'm moving over to read the first in this series about the Patriot Hunt club and Gadhafi.
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