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To soldier-of-fortune Jeb Sledge, the assignment seemed simple: Rescue an heiress and her journalist friend from Colombian guerrillas and collect a sizable paycheck for his troubles. But things rarely go as planned.
After stumbling upon a mass of dead bodies, Kristin Halvorsen isn't about to leave Colombia without the proof she needs for the story of a lifetime, and Sledge soon finds himself ensnared in a chemical weapons conspiracy that involves civilians, guerillas and high-ranking government officials.
But neutralizing the factory isn’t enough. Where are the weapons that have already been fabricated? Who are the intended targets? How potent and far-reaching are the effects?
A pursuit through South America, the U.S. and the Caribbean embroils Sledge and Kristin in a mission to prevent a catastrophic attack—and leaves Sledge fighting to save both their lives.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Thursday, 25 October 2012)
I refuse to give up any more. LOL Suffice it to say, Sledge does not get his wish to "live the quiet life". rnrnAfter just a short while of
traveling with Sledge, you can see beyond the tough guy exterior. And although he strives to be on the side of good, something is always missing from
making the mission complete, and it takes a missionary to bring it to light for Sledge. I love the enlightening speech and matter of fact way the
truth is told. And Sledge, in his thick headed stubbornness continues to try to do things on his own.rnrnThis is a great adventure story, with added
depth. Definitely keeps the pages turning. I loved it!
aearndt (Sunday, 09 September 2012)
Even though I rarely read military action adventure novels, I jumped at the chance to read Deadly Additive. I met Donn at a couple of conferences and
was familiar with his dry wit, so I knew this would be a good one. I was not disappointed. rnrnThis adventure is full of intrigue and romance as Jeb
Sledge butts heads with journalist, Kristen Halvorsen. The suspense suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat with South American drug lords,
chemical warfare and greedy American capitalists. If you want an inspiring action-filled read, Deadly Additive is the one for you. Loved it!
Very enjoyable read, lots of actions, some humour and the story moves quickly. I like each of the characters, Raul was particularly funny. The action is suspenseful at times, but it is not too intense. Mostly it comes back to following God. Good christian fiction. I received a free copy of the book form Pelican Book Group, but the opinions here are my own.
Quentin - PBG Booklover