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Blood Lies (Rogue Warrior, #16) When The Daughter Of A Retired Navy SEAL Is Kidnapped And Held For Ransom In Mexico, Rogue Warrior Richard Marcinko And His Band Of Red Cell International Warriors Head South Of The Border To Rescue Her Along The Way, They Encounter Drug Dealers And Human Traffickers, Break Into A Cartel Kingpin S Mansion, And Do Battle With A Hundred Of The Meanest Banditos Since Pancho Villa And Just For Good Measure, Marcinko Uncovers A Secret Hezbollah Camp Funded By The Iranian Government And Sheltered By The Drug LordsBut The Founder Of SEAL Team Finds His Toughest Opponent May Actually Be The Woman He S Come To Rescue And Then There S The Question Of Who Really Sent Dick To Find HerGUE WARRIOR BLOOD LIES Is A Stunning New Installment From Writing Team Richard Marcinko And Jim DeFelice



10 thoughts on “Blood Lies (Rogue Warrior, #16)

  1. says:

    This series was very popular during the 1990 s, but for whatever reason, I didn t get around to reading it.Former SEAL now soldier of fortune, goes down to Mexico to look into a kidnapping, and finds himself in the clutches of the cartels This leads him to conflicts on both sides of the border Fast and fun.


  2. says:

    I thought I had scoped out the genre I seemed to spend the most time in I thought I had discovered all the authors and all of the styles that can be used to write about the sort of stuff that goes on in this genre.And then I read my first Marcinko book Blood Lies And found a unique author actually pair of authors Jim DeFelice is in their too writing in a unique style Will definitely add th


  3. says:

    It s Richard Marcinko what else can I say This is not his best book, nor is it his worse book but none the less, I enjoyed it I wish he wasrelevant to the Spec Ops environment these days, but he has been retired for some time now He is one my favorite authors, so I will buy and read every book he writes One of the things I really do enjoy about his stories is that he places himself directly in


  4. says:

    Maybe a half star less, butVery well written, very engaging, great non stop action, thankfully no sex scenes to distract from the story and great visual transference Marcinko does a great job of providing escapism with interesting characters, the only flaw, which is substantial, is his incredibly inflated ego At times it gets in the way of the story as he writes from first person and weaves the re


  5. says:

    I love Marcinko His books have some of the best lines, but Rogue Warrior Blood Lies is something of a mess when it comes to plot A mission to Mexico to rescue a former SEAL s daughter turns into a girls who doesn t want to be rescued, rescuing the people who helped her, rescuing an agent s parents, fighting drug lords, breaking people out of prisonandThere s lots of action, but who they are fighting a


  6. says:

    This is an ideal book for a S.O.F fanboy.


  7. says:

    How I ve missed the Rogue Warrior It s been years since I read his stuff.Stories like this one make you wish, fervently, that they were completely true Other than his first, autobiographical entry in the Rogue Warrior series, they ve been marketed as fiction I tend to assume that they re heavily fictionalized retellings of adventures he s had since entering the private security field For those unfamiliar with


  8. says:

    If i were a woman I would say I can t get enough Dick.Fast paced, action packed


  9. says:

    Another entertaining, action packed, and humor filled Rogue Warrior adventure, as this time Demo Dick and his band of merry murdering marauders as he used to refer to his teams back in his earlier books this time square off against Mexican drug cartels and their Hezbollah connections As enjoyable and readable as Marcinko s other novels, though I feel compelled to point out a few technical gaffes Marcinko DeFelice lum


  10. says:

    This was a great book Marchinko and DeFelice spin a great story about Marchinko s mission into Mexico to rescue a damsel in distress Along the way he runs into drug cartels, American settled in Mexico, human smuggling operations, and manything All of this is sprinkled with Marchinoo s humor and political views Definitely a page turner


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