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by J. Charles,Andrew Britton

For more than a decade, Ryan Kealey has been a key player in the war on terror. First, as a captain in the U.S. Army’s third Special Forces Group, then as a contract operative with the CIA. His actions have saved thousands of lives, including that of the U.S. President. Now once again, Kealey receives the call of duty - only this time, the odds for success are slim to none… Tensions between Pakistan and India are at an all-time high. To complicate matters, twelve American climbers have disappeared in the snow-capped peaks of Pakistan’s Hindu Kush range. The President is demanding answers, but neither government is supplying them. As the conflict escalates, Brynn Fitzgerald departs Washington D.C. on her first official trip as acting secretary of state. Her goal is to serve as an intermediary between the leaders of both nations as well as to ensure all efforts are being made in the search for the missing American climbers. But when Fitzgerald’s motorcade is ambushed on the outskirts of Islamabad, her back-up team arrives to discover a disastrous scene: dozens are dead, including seven diplomatic security agents, and the secretary of state has vanished without a trace. In the wake of the unprecedented attack, Kealey’s operation goes into high gear. Once again, he is joined by Naomi Kharmai, the British-born analyst who has taken on a daring new role with the Agency. But Kharmai is becoming as unpredictable as the man they’re going after, and as they work their way toward the target, it becomes clear to Kealey that anyone is fair game - and no one can be trusted.
Download The Invisible (Ryan Kealey Series) epub
ISBN: 1423307488
ISBN13: 978-1423307488
Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Author: J. Charles,Andrew Britton
Language: English
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (February 26, 2008)
ePUB size: 1596 kb
FB2 size: 1569 kb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 270
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Well, I have recently finished reading the latest book from Andrew Britton, The Invisible.I have to say, Andrew was most certainly a talented writer to have begun at such an early age. I agree with most others on here in that it is highly recommended to read the prior 2 books before picking up on this newest release.

I have come to enjoy the Ryan Kealey universe, and I feel I can place this series alongside Vince Flynn and Brad Thor's novels. I have to say though, the only reason this didn't get a full five stars was because I feel the ending didn't keep pace with the rest of the book, in that it felt unfinished. I don't want to give away any spoilers but I feel that in this book, as well as the prior two books, the character of Naomi is in constant turmoil, in that she is changing from one book to another it is like introducing a new character.

With Andrew's untimely death, I wonder where this series will go. I feel it can go on if they find a good ghost writer who can write in Andrew's style. It has happened with Robert Ludlum, hopefully it will happen here because I for one definitely can't wait to pick up the next copy to find out if the ending of this book is as it appear or if it is misleading us.That is all I will say about that so as not to give away any of the plot.
Mr. Britton does another fine job. He added a few new twists and creates the momentum for the reader to follow him along into book four.

His settings and his clever development of the story had me reading this in just a few days.

What's I enjoy about his style and it was quite evident I this book, the story's seems to be headed to a point we all are familiar with, there are so many terrorist stairs out there, then he takes a sharp turn and you are more than happy to tag along.

On to #4.

Enjoy the ride.
The 'Ryan Kealey' series of stories are well written, remarkably topical & totally feasible adventures & The Invisible is no exception to this pattern. It was a book I found hard to put down & at no stage were there passages one had to labor through to continue the read.
The plot was brilliant & exciting especially knowing the current state of the the world & it had a descent ending which is getting harder to find in books nowadays. A very exciting & plausible read.
This book was excellent. The plot was exciting and fast paced. Couldn't wait to get to the next chapter to see what was happening. Love the characters.
Good book.
It was an enjoyable book. The author hides the forward path very well.
Explanations get a little lengthy.
The primary character does not appear as driven at times as you would expect one should be.
I really liked Andrew's first two books, but this took me twice as long to listen to because I got bored with the constant in-depth descriptions of almost every weapon used in this story and there plenty!!!! Along with that, I disliked the narrator.

I also got tired of our hero's "thinking" and introspection. I should have bought the ABRIDGED version and I think I would have liked a lot more.
Only violence solves the problem. That and a blinding quick temper
A page turning thriller from page one. As usual for Andrew Britton, several plots and sub plots are going on at the same time. Action is virtually nonstop.