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    William W. Johnstone(Author)

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A former CIA agent leads an elite team of law enforcement and intelligence professionals on a secret mission against America's enemies, to halt a group of terrorists who are trying to use biological warfare against the United States. Original.

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  • By Busylady1 on September 23, 2016

    Very satisfied with purchase

  • By W. Wooard on October 19, 2013

    no comment

  • By seka5 on December 8, 2014

    good book

  • By Richard P. Strahan on August 23, 2014

    His books are always greatand I enjoy reading all his books

  • By Dennis R. Johnson on March 24, 2000

    What happened? Not the quality of story usually written byJohnston. Slow, boaring and very disappointing!

  • By J. L. Stubblefield on March 1, 2018

    It's tough for me to read Johnstone books. I enjoy the action and the basic plots of his modern men's adventure books. What I don't like is his characters political beliefs (what I assume to be Mr. Johnstone's as well) that are inescapable when you read his books of this nature. This particular book had a really high death rate for US citizens. I wasn't expecting that. I guess that just gives more weight to his idea of the regular populace being sheep. I remind myself that these books are fiction. I can stop reading if I choose to. If you can get past the political rhetoric, the story really isn't that bad.

  • By W & T Perry on February 24, 2002

    I'm happy with a new series by Johnstone. The plot was somewhat realistic, given this book was written well before the 9/11 event. Terrorists plot to kill the President, and many Americans in NYC, for the PLF (People's Liberation Front)'s cause. The new hero is John Barrone, along with other ex-Federal, State agents. They train together in West Texas and track the PLF from L.A., across country to NYC. They also must keep quiet about who they are to the FBI, CIA...etc. Lots of action, but little character development give this novel 3 stars. However, am impressed that Bill does not preach his philosophy every other chapter as in the Ashes series, and some of his more recent books like Breakdown. Although, I agree with most of that philosophy, we just want a good story. Looking forward to reading the next book.

  • By Floridalady on March 26, 2000

    I just read "Code Name: Payback." It is a good read if you enjoy Mr. Johnstone's Ashes series and his other more recent works. The characters are likeable in the sense that you know who the good guys are even if you don't always hold the same opinions they do. They are multi-dimensional as well. Lots of room for plots and sub-plots with this new series. It will be very interesting to see if this bunch of Mr. Johnstone's characters are as long-lived (in publishable terms) as those of the Ashes series, and if they "grow" as the series progresses. Definitely a book for the "conservative-minded." You can almost see a sign post reading "NO LIBERALS ALLOWED."


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