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Still recovering from his near fatal wounds suffered at the Yellow Creek Nuclear Plant, Delta Force Commander, Major Kolt "Racer" Raynor, is thrust into a new battle with some of the toughest killers he's ever faced - US Navy SEALs. Government austerity measures have the Joint Chiefs of Staff contemplating the unthinkable - combining Delta Force and the SEALs into a singleStill recovering from his near fatal wounds suffered at the Yellow Creek Nuclear Plant, Delta Force Commander, Major Kolt "Racer" Raynor, is thrust into a new battle with some of the toughest killers he's ever faced - US Navy SEALs. Government austerity measures have the Joint Chiefs of Staff contemplating the unthinkable - combining Delta Force and the SEALs into a single unit or eliminate one entirely. Kolt's career is in jeopardy and worst of all, the final say rests in the hands of men who have reasons to want to see Kolt gone.Recovered from her own wounds, Cindy "Hawk" Bird is closing in on becoming the first official female operator in the history of the US military…She only has to survive an insertion into the most repressive regime on earth.Meanwhile, a new terrorist threat looms on the horizon in the form of not one, but possibly two mushroom clouds. Kolt earns his call sign as the action has him racing to the world's hottest combat zones from Syria to Ukraine on hunter-killer missions to eliminate the terrorists before they can enact their deadly mission.Half a world away, a spy deep in the secretive North Korean regime sends a desperate call for help. A new danger to world peace and security is growing in the heart of the increasingly unstable Communist country and no amount of sanctions or political negotiations are going to stop it. Violently applied force is needed, and needed now before it's too late....

Title : One Killer Force
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ISBN : 9781250064660
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 321 Pages
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One Killer Force Reviews

  • Mike (the Paladin)
    2019-06-26 15:43

    Well....lowest rating I've given a book in this series. I still plan to follow it and it wasn't hard to read but (in my own humble opinion of course) This one had some things I found to be, noticeable flaws.Kolt Raynor (Racer) has always been a little bit of a maverick (no reference to Top Gun here but to the word itself). He's been written as the nonconformist par excellence in Delta Force. He's also approached having what would be a fairly inappropriate relationship with a force member under his command. (view spoiler)[ this time that becomes pretty obvious. (hide spoiler)]For me the book moved too far away from a story of Delta Force and it's personnel into a story of Kolt and his emotional turmoil. We have a story here built around the struggle for funds to operate the SOG community with the government planning to possibly "scrap" either Seal Teams (specifically 6 is mentioned) or DELTA. Also Kolt is up for promotion with some people dead set for him and others dead set against him.As I noted the book and story is/are readable and once we get rolling there is enough action. The political concerns aren't a problem for me as that is real life but the "aura" around it is a bit distracting.Now I'll mention what I think is the true weakness of the book and has been possibly the weakest part of the series, without being "spoilerish".The Cindy Bird (Hawk) story line. While the story of the first female member of DELTA could be an interesting and extremely effective plot line what we have here is rather an emotion soaked story...***WHERE KOLT HAS ENDED UP COVERING FOR/GOING TO BAT FOR HER.***... Were I a female member of the readership I'd be a bit more than ticked off by the way "Cindy" is presented. Here she frankly does something while on a "covert mission" that not only shows poor judgement in the extreme but would in all likelihood have ended her career and quite possibly have gotten her killed. I won't say more outside a spoiler warning, but it (for me) pulled the story/book way over into "yeah right" territory. Okay so, not a bad book. I found it a little disappointing and hope for better as the series continues. I'd say if you simply like military action you'll be okay with this one (once it gets rolling). If you've been following the series and are interested in it as an extended story-line I'd say try it and see what you think.(view spoiler)[ Cindy manages on her way out of Communist China to get drunk while in a game on a train and ends up in an on line photo taking down a college boy who...became inappropriate...with her. I'd really hope most people on covert assignments don't make it habit of getting drunk while undercover...(hide spoiler)]

  • The Real Book Spy
    2019-07-17 16:04

    First and foremost, rest assured that if you're a newcomer to the series you can easily pick up this novel and enjoy it without having read any previous installments. Dalton Fury, who keeps getting better with each book, does a fantastic job of recapping just enough, allowing the reader to understand the dynamics of character relationships and any required backstory.In this book the government decided to merge Navy SEALs and Delta Force into one epic, ultra-menacing fighting force, but will it work?Returning is Kolt "Racer" Raynor, a former Delta Force commander who is put in charge of a new elite fighting unit that's tasked with securing information from a somewhat mysterious North Korean who plans to defect from his country. The information he has is absolutely vital to the security of The United States, but getting it won't be easy.Raynor, who is still healing from serious injuries he'd previously sustained, soon learns that America faces multiple threats as North Korea has assembled nuclear weapons that may or may not already be on their way into the country. The clock is ticking, can Raynor and his men save the day? Can the SEALs and Delta boys all get along and co-exist long enough to see the job through? Those are just two of the questions that will have readers pulling all-nighters to finish this spectacular thriller... Trust me, it does not disappoint.Typically when I read military thrillers I find myself lost when it comes to weapon details and operations lingo. With Fury, however, that's never been the case. Quite to the contrary, I always close his books with a better understanding of these things thanks in part to his acute attention to detail that one would expect from a former Delta Force operative. He takes time to explain things, without making the reader feel like an idiot. For that, I can't thank him enough!Dalton Fury is one of the few must-read authors in the thriller genre, and his talent is widely underrated. His series protagonist, Kolt Raynor, is a flawed hero which adds a genuine layer of realism to the character that I really enjoy. I put him right on par with Brad Taylor's leading man Pike Logan, and Joshua Hood's main character Mason Kane. Fans of those series will absolutely love this one.

  • Garry Thompson
    2019-06-23 16:57

    Takes a long time for me to listen to an audiobook and I miss a lot of the action. That said, I gave this novel a four start rating. The books need to be read in order: each story leans on the the earlier books.

  • Glen
    2019-07-11 16:57

    There's a lot going on in this book.The suits are thinking of combining Delta Force and SEAL Team 6, for whatever reason. Mostly, suits just have to make bad decisions, I think. Racer gets promoted to Squadron Commander. And, oh yeah, there's trouble with North Korea, too.The Delta Force go from Syria to North Korea. The first woman operative in Delta Force has a mission, and a suck up constantly interferes with everything. Not bad.

  • Jerome
    2019-06-22 18:38

    Good overall. The action is solid and almost non-stop. Hawk is well-developed, and the plotline regarding the Delta-DevGru merger, seemingly implausible on its face, is actually done pretty well.The story jumps around quite a bit and seems less developed than Fury’s other works. Some points are never explained, such as how the North Korean defector could possibly be so knowledgeable about his country’s nuclear arsenal. Also, the sections dealing with Cindy Bird are oddly descriptive about her shoes, underwear, and, of course, “firm 34Cs” (sigh) A mostly solid entry.

  • John
    2019-07-09 17:03

    Loved this BookI absolutely enjoy reading the adventures of Racer and Hawk. Racer is what most people would expect from a Tier 1 operator. Mr Fury knows how to write a story and draw you in until you just can't put the book down. WELL DONE!

  • Karen Jones
    2019-07-17 11:42

    Great ReadI really enjoyed this story and the excitement of the character Colt Raynor and his team brought to th e story. Great read!!

  • Ryan Hillis
    2019-07-14 15:04

    Awesome Delta Force Thriller!!

  • Cheryl
    2019-06-25 10:42

    This book was so so much better than the previous ones, he got better with experience...and then sadly died. Waiting for the last two books of the series now.

  • Jay
    2019-07-13 14:38

    It was pretty good

  • Shelly Donaghey
    2019-07-02 14:38

    ONE KILLER FORCE by Dalton Fury is the second book by the same author that I have read and this action packed adventure picks up shortly after the previous book ends. This is not the kind of book I generally read but it was recommended to me by my husband as a name to watch. So I read the book and it was just fine. I did find the constant use of lingo and in-depth naming of weapon systems, personal body armor, rations, bullets (O.K., shells if you must) and tactics a bit much but I suppose if this is the type of book that makes you drool then you can’t have too much of a good thing. There is so much of the military jargon thrown about here that in one section, when Cindy “Hawk” Bird is getting briefed by the Seal Team leader and the CIA operative, she mentally comments about all the “Buzz-words” being thrown about by the Sea leading the briefing. There is a lot of action but the main concept is that both Seal Team Six and the Army Delta Force are looking at being axed in favor of the other action team. Seems the penny counters higher up have decided the two teams are redundant and one has to go, so not only do the face an even more ruthless enemy outside our borders, but a growing threat from within. Major Kolt “Racer” Raynor has been given command of a new unit and he and his men have to assist the Seals in securing information from a North Korean politico who is on the brink of defecting. The info: suitcase nukes may be heading towards the U.S. in a short time frame unless the Koreans can be stopped. There are more action scenes that I could stand but probably not enough for the typical reader of this genre. This is not the caliber of Tom Clancy or even Harold Coyle, but it is fraught with today’s terrors. I would recommend this to the Soldier-Of-Fortune crowd and the militia buys and girls, or anyone looking for a deeper understanding of what these two terrific units do and why we need them. I won this book through Goodreads.

  • Bobbie
    2019-06-22 12:59

    This book had some good parts and some tedious parts as well. Right now I'm not sure I'm going to read any more of the

  • Conny
    2019-07-16 10:40

    I was a First Read Winner of this book, and though I rarely like to jump into the middle of a series, the synopsis had me intrigued and I was not dissapointed. I was able to enjoy it without being lost, though I have to say I would like to read the previous books in the series just to get to know the characters better and learn more about their prior missions. This book had my attention from page one and I was at the edge of my seat almost all the way through, it was full of suspense, lots of action and complex characters you can cheer for, plus I learned a thing or two about special ops missions. If you like military thrillers than this is the series for you. I can't wait to see what will happen next.

  • Tom Tischler
    2019-07-03 16:51

    Still recovering from wounds suffered at the Yellow Creek NuclearPlant Delta Force Commander Major Kolt Racer Raynor is forced intoa battle with some Navy Seals. The government is cost cutting and theywant to combine Delta Force and the Seals into a single unit calledOne Killer Force. Recovering from her own wounds is Cindy Hawk Bird andshe is close to becoming the first female operator in Delta but firstshe must survive an insertion into the most repressive regime on earth.Meanwhile half a world away a secret spy deep in the North Korea Regime sends a plea for help. This is book four in the Delta Force series.It starts out pretty slow but hang in there. It does pick up and if youlike this type of book you will enjoy this one. I gave it a 4.

  • Larry
    2019-06-26 10:45

    I was waiting for this 4th Kolt Raynor novel and I gobbled it up. I enjoy the character and while I didn’t like this book as much as the prior ones, it was still a page-turner. Raynor, now a squadron commander, has new responsibilities. Still, his personal innovative – to the point of insubordination – comes into play on an op into North Korea. ("Operators are trained how to think not what to think.") A female operator is in the storyline again and, unlike Brad Thor’s (rather lame) “Athena Project”, is believable. Also, the necessity for warriors to fight on though wounded is eye-opening. It's hard for me to distinguish between fictionalized accounts, accurate representations or pure fabrications, but if ANY of these Delta or SEAL exploits are CLOSE to real, OMG.

  • Ty Owen
    2019-07-17 17:45

    Ok, I have been waiting on this book for awhile and once it came out, I was wrapped up in a few more. I gave it a 4 based off the series. I do think it was the weakest of the four books but a very good, fast paced, military thriller. If you have like the other three, read this one too.I think Dalton Fury is on pace to become one of mu favorites. I like his style and I like Racer. He is on edge and disliked but if you are in his circle, he has your back. There are a few things about Hawk I was disappointed in but I am over that and ready for the next one. Good book that is easy to read.

  • Liz
    2019-06-22 17:56

    I received a copy of this book through Goodreads giveaway.It is obvious that this book is one of a series (the hero is recovering from injuries from a previous adventure) but I had no trouble following the action and the characters ... so it can be read as a stand-alone without any problems.This book turned out to be a real page turner for me. It was action packed with lots of suspense and tension. The whole feel of the book seemed to be the authenticity of the author's knowledge and his devotion to the cause. Can't ask for more!

  • Gina
    2019-07-21 17:40

    I received this book as a First Read. It's the fourth book in the series. It does ok as a standalone but I felt like I would've gotten more out of it having read the previous three. It's a timely thriller focusing on North Korea, Iran, Syria, and Ukraine. The book is well written and flows well without a lot of the awkward jumping around that many thrillers suffer from. It also doesn't require huge leaps or suspensions of disbelief like so many thrillers. It does a good job of presenting a realistic story and dialogue.

  • Alicia
    2019-07-18 12:37

    It took a few months to finish this one. It wasn't as good as the author's previous books, and I got more than tired of the misognistic comments several times. I zone out quiet a few times and had to repeatedly go back because I kept zoning out. The main character, Kolt Rayner, gets annoying after awhile with his arrogance and none can do it better than me attitude. . .

  • Robert Ringler
    2019-07-23 16:02

    Good action sequences and technical details. Fair plot, but written with obvious service bias - the inter-service rivalry commentary was excruciatingly obvious and detracted from the story. Writing quality is going downhill.

  • Linda Gleaves
    2019-07-05 17:49

    Another great installment of Dalton Fury's Delta Force Series. And Ari Fliakos narration was excellent (again)!

  • Steven Lee
    2019-06-22 10:53

    I've enjoyed this fiction series, but this wasn't my favorite of the 4. Will still read the next installment as soon as it's released.

  • Connie
    2019-07-10 15:52

    FTC Disclosure: I received this book free from Goodreads hoping I would review it.

  • Dan Smith
    2019-06-23 19:02

    Fourth book in the Kolt Raynor series. Dalton Fury is former Delta and carries his knowledge well in the story line. Outstanding book full of action. Not much time to relax during these reads.

  • Emile
    2019-07-06 14:04

    Surprised, excellent read.

  • Roderick
    2019-06-23 15:00

    Was in the only one who felt that there was a little too much teen angst in this story?? No mention of the repercussions from the SF guys incursions?

  • Felix
    2019-07-12 16:41

    I won this through goodreads.This is a fun quick read. Fury writes some of the most kick-ass action scenes out there. Every adventure is better than the last!

  • Douglas Brown
    2019-07-10 12:43

    Just confusing in so many parts. Other books were real good