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Afghanistan is a land ripped apart by unending warfare. Inside this seething cauldron of violence, Rafe Stoner, a former Navy SEAL, maintains a precarious existence. His business, selling surplus machinery, is a cover for his real work. Stoner is a gun for hire, and his services are in constant demand.

When a CIA agent offers him a small fortune to take on a contract, he smells trouble. The job is almost suicidal. They want him to risk everything to rescue an operative. An agency sniper, trapped and threatened with a horrific death at the hands of a notorious drug lord and his army of fanatical fighters.

Helped by his old friend, the Russian Greg Blum, they head for the town of Khost. Ahead of them, a horde of Taliban veterans. Men sworn to bring about the death of Americans. Stoner and Blum become enmeshed in a vicious battle that threatens them with a violent and bloody end. For the drug lord has a hobby. Extreme torture. Capture would result in an unspeakable and agonizing death.

This is an incredible story of tough, violent men in a tough, violent land. Black-Ops Heroes of Afghanistan: Retribution is by the best-selling author of many Special Ops novels. These include the popular SEAL Team Bravo stories, the Raider series, Echo Six, and a number of Devil's Guard titles.

©2015 Eric Meyer (P)2016 Swordworks Books

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  • Allen Anthony
  • 21-03-16

It's all about the $$$$$

Neal Vickers did a really good job on this book probably a better job than the author.
This story was full of villains and corruption, these stories always make m wonder about the quality of the people
We are supposed to trust to protect our way of life.
I did feel the author was always in a rush to wrap things up, and that includes the abrupt ending.

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  • Mark
  • 21-08-16

Not worth the price.

What disappointed you about Black Ops Heroes of Afghanistan: Retribution?

The story line was OK but the narration and the dialogue was weak.

Would you ever listen to anything by Eric Meyer again?

I listened to past stuff but this narrator make it very tedious to listen.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Went monotone in some places and pronounced every word, even character dialogue, very precisely. Not life-like at all.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Storyline was OK.