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by Scott Brick,Nelson DeMille

ePub Wild Fire (John Corey, Book 4) download
Author:
Scott Brick,Nelson DeMille
ISBN13:
978-1594836060
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159483606X
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Hachette Audio; Abridged edition (November 6, 2006)
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4.2
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With bills mounting and the IRS calling, he. The Lion (John Corey, by Nelson DeMille. In this follow-up to The Lion's Game, John Corey, former NYPD Homicide detective and special agent for the Anti-Terrorist Task Force, is back.

Home Nelson DeMille Wild Fire. I’ve got friends who’ve been hit. He thought of John Corey, but he was fairly sure that Corey was the same wiseass both before and after getting hit. He said, Sometimes, I think I should have volunteered. Vietnam was over, but I could have still served.

From New York Times bestselling author Nelson DeMille comes a suspenseful new novel featuring Detective John Corey and an all-too-plausible conspiracy to detonate a nuclear bomb in two major American cities.

Nelson DeMille's WILD FIRE is the fourth in the John Corey series. The wisecracking Corey, ex-NYPD detective who now works for the Federal Anti-Terrorist Task Force in the City, continues his quest to save the world from bad guys.

Another all consuming drama by DeMille and read by Scott Brick. This book started me on the John Corey quest. I love this character

Another all consuming drama by DeMille and read by Scott Brick Читать весь отзыв. I love this character. He's smart, he's funny, he's gentle and he's dedicated to finding the bad guy - and he doesn't take anything off of anyone.

Nelson DeMille (Author), Scott Brick (Reader). Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). Book 3 of 6 in the John Corey Series. Scott Landsdale inquired, Does Mikhail know anything about Project Green? Or Wild Fire? Of course not, Malox replied

Home Nelson DeMille Wild Fire. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51. Scott Landsdale inquired, Does Mikhail know anything about Project Green? Or Wild Fire? Of course not, Malox replied. He thinks these devices are to be planted in cities in the Middle East, which makes sense to him and is all he needs to know.

Narrated by: Scott Brick. The Book Case" is a story that features Nelson DeMille's most famous (and successful) character, Detective John Corey, who has appeared in six DeMille novels: Plum Island, The Lion's Game, Night Fall, Wild Fire, and The Lion. Series: John Corey, Book 4. Length: 18 hrs and 47 mins. Categories: Mysteries & Thrillers, Suspense. In this story, we see John Corey in his early years as an NYPD Detective, before he became involved with the Federal Anti-Terrorist Task Force.

Welcome to the Custer Hill Club--an informal men's club set in a luxurious Adirondack hunting lodge whose members include some of America's most powerful business leaders, military men, and government officials. Ostensibly, the club is a place to gather with old friends, hunt, eat, drink, and talk off-the-record about war, life, death, and politics. But one Fall weekend, the Executive Board of the Custer Hill Club gathers to talk about the tragedy of 9/11 and what America must do to retaliate. Their plan is finalized and set into motion.That same weekend, a member of the Federal Anti-Terrorist Task Force is reported missing. His body is soon discovered in the woods near the Custer Hill Club's game reserve. The death appears to be a hunting accident, and that's how the local police first report it, but Detective John Corey has his doubts. As he digs deeper, he begins to unravel a plot involving the Custer Hill Club, a top-secret plan known only by its code name: Wild Fire. Racing against the clock, Detective Corey and his wife, FBI agent Kate Mayfield, find they are the only people in a position to stop the button from being pushed and chaos from being unleashed.
  • Plum Island (the first in the John Corey series) was one of the best crime thrillers I've ever read. I thought John Corey was one of the most interesting characters I'd run into, and I couldn't wait to devour the rest of the series. But as I've progressed through the series, some of the luster has worn off. Wild Fire was still a great book, and John Corey is still a great character, but he is progressing toward an exaggerated caricature of himself. He's even more insubordinate, more sarcastic, more irreverent, more everything. More and more I find myself cringing rather than laughing; and the fact that he still has his job with ATTF indicates a break with reality that undermines plot credibility. I'll keep reading the series, but I'm down to 4 stars and I hope the trend doesn't continue.

  • Great Book by Nelson Demille, and all John Corey fans will enjoy it. This takes place in upstate New York, where a cabal of neo-conservatives have decided to attack all Muslim countries if any US cities are terror targets. An agent from FBI's Anti-Terror Task Force is sent up to investigate and snoop around the exclusive club where these plotters are planning their dirty work, but is apprehended by security guards there and interrogated. He is then murdered. Corey and his wife Kate Mayfield decide to cut short their Long Island B&B holiday weekend getaway and go to upstate NY to investigate the disappearance of their fellow ATTF agent. The plot thickens when Corey uncovers other details of the plot and then takes the unofficial, unsanctioned initiative to deal with the problem. lt is a great DeMille Corey novel, and all Corey fans will enjoy it. I purchased the audiobook, and Scott Brick does his usual outstanding job of portraying Corey. Highly recommended for all Nelson Demille readers and lovers of former NYPD Detective John Corey.

  • The suspense created by Corey's persistent determination as an investigator and loyal friend pervade the entire story. A few times the long expository scenes of dialogue are tedious, although maybe necessary for a plot of this complexity. The marital and professional relationship between Mr. and Mrs. Corey is comical and interesting although verging on ludicrous when Mrs. submits time and again to his decision to confront and violate authority in Washington. The most satisfying part of the story, as always with DeMille, is the penultimate scene in the bunker where justice is meted out with prejudice. As others may have already said, the character of Bain Madox as a villain is finely drawn and oozes exquisite evil that justifies the remedy supplied by Mr. and Mrs. Corey. Quite a satisfying thriller.

  • Nelson DeMille is one of my favorite writers & I love the John Corey series. I like how DeMille's books relate to an actual event in history, and this one takes place after 911. There are parts of the book where it just seems to drag along, but overall, I really liked it. Especially towards the end. A few interesting twists. I have read other reviews and the comments about John Corey's wisecracking attitude and one liners getting a little old. Well, personally, I love it. I am always on the go, so I listen to the Audible version, and the reader, Scott Brick, does a great job of portraying John Corey. Corey has the New York accent, along with a bit of an attitude & a little cynicism (a lot actually...but you would too if you were a cop), so when you hear all of that together, and Corey says his one liners and makes his wisecracks, it's actually pretty amusing. I especially love it when Corey talks about 'bears'!

    In my opinion, if you have a good reader like Scott Brick, then listening to the book really brings out each character, and makes you feel like you're right there with them. My only complaint is when Scott reads the part of Kate Mayfield (or any other woman)...would be better if female characters were read by female readers.

    So for those of you who get think that Corey's one liner wisecracks become a bit tiresome, try listening to the book...you may enjoy it...especially when Corey talks about 'bears'...

  • I've read several of DeMille's books but this is the first I've read featuring John Corey. I thought the plot was great but for me it was spoiled by Corey's overdone sarcasm/snark. What could have been a thriller was just a good read. I was also put off by the author's use of "informed" to indicate dialog. It distracted from the story in that I began anticipating it. Oh yeah, there it ius again.

  • Nelson DeMille's WILD FIRE is the fourth in the John Corey series. The wisecracking Corey, ex-NYPD detective who now works for the Federal Anti-Terrorist Task Force in the City, continues his quest to save the world from bad guys.
    It becomes obvious in the early chapters that DeMille has done some diligent research for this novel particularly in the area of nuclear weaponry. The story is about potential nuclear annihilation of American cities and the Arab world. It is instigated by a very wealthy but very evil man with the help of powerful persons in the highest positions of our government and business world. The evil plan is revealed to the reader in the first few chapters. John Corey and his FBI agent wife, Kate Mayfield, defy direct orders from their boss and, on their own, try to avert a nuclear terrorist plot. As in the past John Corey has a problem with authority and continues to strike out on his own dragging his sometimes reluctant wife (and boss) along with him. Together, the husband and wife team give the story sex, humor and personality.
    The book, no different from previous Cory books, is laced with Corey's smart aleck, wisecracking one-lines. I suppose I have become more tolerant of this personality flaw as it didn't bother me as much as in previous writings.
    The book has enough scary twists and turns to keep the reader engaged. The last half is more interesting and intriguing than the first part. I recommend Wild Fire and give it a rating of 4 out of 5.