Arctic Wargame (Justin Hall # 1)

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When two foreign icebreakers appear in Canadian Arctic waters, Justin volunteers for the reconnaissance mission, eager to return to the field. His team discovers a foreign weapons cache deep in the Arctic, but they are not aware that a spy has infiltrated the Department of National Defense. More

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About Ethan Jones

Ethan Jones is the author of the wildly popular Justin Hall spy thriller series. The first book in this series, Arctic Wargame, came out in 2012 and reached the Amazon's Top 10 Best Sellers lists in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

The second book, Tripoli's Target, was released in 2012 and was also very successful, catapulting to the top of the lists. The third book in the series, Fog of War, came out in 2013, and the fourth book, Double Agents, was published in 2013 as well.

Rogue Agents, the fifth adventure in the Justin Hall series, came out in 2014. The sixth thriller in the series, Shadow Agents, came out in December 2014, and the seventh book, Homeland, is expected to be released this August.

Ethan Jones has also started two new series: Carrie Chronicles, another spy thriller series featuring Justin Hall's partner, Carrie O'Connor, in solo adventures, and Jennifer Morgan romantic suspense.

To learn more about Ethan's current and future works and to read exclusive author interviews, books excerpts and book reviews, visit Ethan's blog at ethanjonesbooks.wordpress.com

You can also join Ethan's Fans Mailing List at this link: eepurl.com/HIG7r.

Ethan is a lawyer by trade, and he lives in Canada with his wife and son.

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Reviews

Review by: Caleb Kimball on April 16, 2015 :
Arctic Wargame is a thrilling action-packed novel, and is the start to the popular Justin Hall series. The plot just kept twisting, and I could not put the book down until I had finished it. To summarize, Justin Hall is a Canadian Secret Agent who, after being demoted after a failed mission in North Africa, is eager to do anything but 'paper filling'. When he finds out about two mysterious and unknown ships that have entered Canadian waters, he volunteers to be the one to find and identify the ships, and hopefully find out what they were doing. And things just escalate from there. I will not go into spoilers, but there are many plot twists that keep the story going, as well as adding a bit of realism to the novel.

This is a great book, and the rest of the series promises to be even better. Although the plot was at some times predictable and there were a couple of inconsistencies, they did little to take away to the overall quality of the book. I highly recommend Arctic Wargame to those who enjoy spy thrillers, arctic thrillers, or simply books that are filled with action and plot twists.

Full Disclosure: I received a complementary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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