The action just keeps up in this book.
I live on the border, this is how it is!
it was really good. I write the review for my hubby. I ask him what he thought of the book and that is what he said.
Good book about the invasion of international gangs and they're influence on America, mainly scare tactics and the violence they can cause.
Doing the right thing
William Johnstone is a prolific writer of fiction. As a fiction writer he is very entertaining, I find myself chuckling at the things some of his characters do, and cheering others. This is not classic fiction, it's the kind of trashy pulp fiction that many of us secretly read because it's so entertaining. I've read about half of his books and I'm happy that I have.
This is part of a book series should you read them in order? YES, no question that raeading them in order will help keep the back and side stories in sync.
Triggers: Lots of violence in these stories, it's about gangs invading the USA. Weapons, firefights and terroristic acts in your local grocery store and bank.
The border town of Little Tuscon, Arizona is under siege by Mara Salvatrucha--"the murderous Central American gang known as M-15. Vietnam vet Tom Brannon takes the law into his own hands and forms his own volunteer army, which he names The Patriot Project. But now all hell's about to break loose, because M-15 is coming to town to take on The Patriot Project. Outnumbered and outgunned, with the fate of their families, their homes, and their very country at stake, Tom Brannon and his men will stand tall and meet the enemy of the streets of Little Tuscon. It's high noon in Arizona--"and time to take America back once again.