[easyazon_cta align=”none” identifier=”1517344751″ key=”small-light” locale=”US” tag=”hpgen-20″]Noble Man is a fast paced thriller about a covert operative sent to the Philippines for one last mission. A diplomatâ€™s daughter is missing and Jake Noble has no choice but to find her and bring her home. Nobleâ€™s troubles mount as he gets closer to the truth and the only thing more enjoyable than his clever response to each new problem is the bookâ€™s final showdown. Letâ€™s just say this book ends with the type of cathartic gun battle you would normally expect from Hollywood blockbuster.
The lead character is a likable, complicated, real life hero, not a comic book superhero. Here is a good guy that pays homage to the hard boiled detectives of the 40â€™s and 50â€™s. Millerâ€™s world leaves no room for whining, effeminate men who want to talk about their feelings. Jake Noble has no problem slapping a bad guy around for information that will save lives. This is a hero that would make the mythical Mike Hammer and Philip Marlow proud.
Miller has a keen eye for detail as well. He paints a vivid picture with his words and makes you feel like you are watching a movie instead of reading a book. He also obviously knows his way around firearms. You wonâ€™t find the heroes using â€˜clipsâ€™ when they should be using magazines. Noble uses real life techniques against the bad guys. You might learn a thing or two about tradecraft reading Noble Man!
This book takes an unflinching look into the dark heart of human trafficking. It grabs hold and doesnâ€™t let go until the very last page. It is a must read for fans of military fiction. Best of all, a portion of the profits are donated to the fight against sexual slavery. [easyazon_link identifier=”1517344751″ locale=”US” tag=”hpgen-20″]Pick up a copy today![/easyazon_link]
“ONE HELL OF A RIDE!” – A. Urso
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