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  • Author:
    Oliver North,Joe Musser
  • ISBN:
    0061137642
  • ISBN13:
    978-0061137648
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  • Publisher:
    Avon; 1st Edition - 1st Printing edition (September 26, 2006)
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The Assassins is the third novel in Oliver North's trilogy of political thrillers. North and Musser never forget that first and foremost this is a thriller.

The Assassins is the third novel in Oliver North's trilogy of political thrillers. It has a much larger plot than the previous books that had smaller plots and focused on a smaller group of characters. The religious aspects are extremely small and nowhere near the level of that in Joel Rosenberg's novels, where there is frequent and unambiguous divine intervention.

He has also written several books including: American Heroes, Heroes Proved, One More Mission and The Assassins. His title Counterfeit Lies made The New York Times Best Seller List in 2014.

The Assassins (Peter Newman, by Oliver North · Joe Musser. aware of how to use them. Dr. Joe Dispenza's book, Evolve Your Brain, will help you use your power. In 2007, soon after the sixth anniversary of the September 11th attacks on America, Jihadists attack multiple targets in Saudi Arabia, destroying oil pumping equipment, crippling pipelines, and assassinating most of the royal family. The Jericho Sanction (Peter Newman, by Oliver North · Joe Musser. What Every BODY Is Saying. 67 MB·110,254 Downloads.

The Assassins", the final volume in Oliver North and Joe Musser's action/adventure espionage trilogy, is every bit as good as its predecessors. There's plenty of intensity, some admirable heroes and easily despisable villians, and even a bit of family drama thrown in there. For those who enjoy military suspense tales, this is a good one.

September 2006 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

With this suspenseful, action-packed finale, Oliver North concludes the trilogy that has included his best-selling novels Mission Compromised and The Jericho Sanction. Years after the September 11th attacks on America, the world awakes one morning to the news that Islamic Jihadists have assailed multiple targets in Saudi Arabia, destroying oil-pumping equipment, crippling pipelines, and assassinating most of the royal family. Inflation rocks the world's financial markets.

By: Oliver North, Joe Musser. With this suspenseful, action-packed finale, Oliver North concludes the trilogy that has included his best-selling novels Mission Compromised and The Jericho Sanction

By: Oliver North, Joe Musser. Fidelis Books, 2010, ePub. With this suspenseful, action-packed finale, Oliver North concludes the trilogy that has included his best-selling novels Mission Compromised and The Jericho Sanction. In 2005, the fourth anniversary of the September 11th attacks on America is met with the news that Jihadists have attacked multiple targets in Saudi Arabia, destroying oil pumping equipment, crippling pipelines, and assassinating most of the royal family.

Oliver North pens an exciting and highly readable tale of. courage, faith, and international intrigue all set within th. Joe Musser, my friend and partner in this effort, made it possible to finish this book. courage, faith, and international intrigue all set within the. milieu of today's Middle East politics. Often, I left him and my indomitable assistant, Marsha Fishbaugh, waiting by a computer while I ran off to cover events in Iraq or Afghanistran for FOX News, where it's tougher than it ought to be to receive or return e-mails-except in the middle of the night. I'm glad that neither have yet seen fit to put out a contract on me.

North, Oliver; Musser, Jo.

North, Oliver; Musser, Joe. Publication date.

In 2007, soon after the sixth anniversary of the September 11th attacks on America, Jihadists attack multiple targets in Saudi Arabia, destroying oil pumping equipment, crippling pipelines, and assassinating most of the royal family. In the U.S., gas prices soar to over $6 a gallon along with hyper–inflation across the world financial markets. "Non–business travel" in the U.S. is limited to no more than 500 miles per week.

The men responsible for this outrage cannot be allowed to go unpunished. The UN Security Council authorizes an international intervention force, and in a closed session of Congress the "Assassination Bill" is introduced. General Peter Newman is assigned to head a new "Threat Mitigation Unit," and is given authority to recruit and train up to 100 specialists for the ominous task at hand––to assassinate terrorists.

When it's discovered that the terrorists are threatening attacks on major US cities, Newman and his team are dispatched and begin a mad chase across Europe and international waters to stop the threat before violent tragedy strikes again. But the terrorists are determined to strike on US soil, and their target is Washington, D.C.


X-MEN
I thoroughly enjoyed this 'wrap' of Peter Newman's fight against any-and-all threats, domestic and international, against America. I was particularly drawn to the role of his, and other believers', Christian faith. Eli Yusef and his family, were constant prophets and God-sent 'angels', to move 'mountains', to save, deliver, or guide. Amos Skillings demonstrated dedication to his God, country, commanding officer and his family, and household of believers. I'm looking forward to the sequel, 'Heroes Proved.'
Xellerlu
This book is the third book in the Peter Newman series, has usual for me. When I decide to start a new book, with a new author I'm pleasantly surprised. This book by col Oliver North is no exception. Oliver North delivered everything I look for in a book. A great cast of characters, a military operation full of action, a foundation built on faith, yet it was not so overpowering to push away those that don't have a relationship with God. And a deep impact on the reader leaving them to think that this fictional book could have come right out of today's headlines. If anyone is considering reading Oliver Norths book you will not be disappointed.
MarF
The Assassins is the third novel in Oliver North's trilogy of political thrillers. It has a much larger plot than the previous books that had smaller plots and focused on a smaller group of characters. Taking place across Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Spain, the UK, Cuba, Venezuela, and the US, and following dozens of characters, as Iran, with the help of Russians, destroy the Saudi oil infrastructure and plot nuclear attacks against the US. The so-called "Threat Mitigation Unit", formed to assassinate a list of terrorists compiled by a secret commission, is just a secondary plot, making the title a bit misleading. But this plot-line does play a significant role in the last quarter of the book.

The story is easy to follow, despite it's vast scope and complexity. The writing is better than average for this type of book, and it's filled with authentic and realistic detail of how various levels of the government, intelligence community, and military work, without getting lost in technical detail. It's tightly plotted, with no major holes or moments stretching plausibility.

Some reviews have criticized the Christian elements of this novel, but they don't hinder the story. Several of the main characters are devout Christians and as such, they do pray and reflect on their actions, as people who are devout Christians do. This happens frequently, but these parts are extremely brief and do not slow down the story. North and Musser never forget that first and foremost this is a thriller. The religious aspects are extremely small and nowhere near the level of that in Joel Rosenberg's novels, where there is frequent and unambiguous divine intervention.

A minor problem with the book is the characters. There are lots of characters in numerous countries working for numerous countries and organizations. A list of them in the beginning next to the glossary would be helpful. The problem is there isn't any single main character. US Marine officer Peter Newman, the protagonist of the previous two books, is here reduced to more of a supporting character, and he doesn't really have anything to do until the last third of the book. The unnamed president and his Cabinet are used throughout most of the book as a means of keeping all the events connected and coordinating the action.

Whereas the first two books followed the same story lines, and The Jericho Sanction was a direct continuation of Mission Compromised, The Assassins is more of a standalone book and could be read on it's own (although it is best to have read the first two, since it follows the same characters).

The Assassins is a high-quality thriller, and should appeal to fans of Tom Clancy or Dale Brown's big, epic books. It's definitely far better than recent contemporary thrillers about Iran (like Stephen Coonts' The Disciple, Joel Rosenberg's The Ezekiel Option). It's a great ending to a really
Dondallon
I really enjoyed the book. I reserve five stars for those one in a hundred so the four stars is what would be five for many. Having grown up around and been in the military I recognised the same type of authenticity I saw in Clancy's books. Great development of a complex plot but without spoiling it I think the ending was a bit soft. You gotta wonder how much of the view was truly from Col. North's time in the inner circle. I was certainly never anywhere near that level so it's a fascinating fictional setting where I really can't discern where the real ends and the fiction begins in a historical setting that I remember from the headlines.
Nuadora
I thought this book was extremely well written. The characters were right on. The dialogue was interesting and kept my interest for the whole book. Was sorry we lost a
superior character . ,Really liked the last of the book that gave us a heads up for what the main character s did with the rest of their lives. Thanks,Amarillo Turtle
Iaran
The final installment of the three is a little different from the first two. The first two books had the heroes in the field fighting the bad guys. This last book deals mostly with the political dealings of government as they try to solve the political problems of legally doing something illegal.In the last few chapters the heroes make it back to the action to save the day. Slower than the first two books but still very interesting. A must read after the first two books.
Ximinon
The role of the Venezuelan asset and his family were somewhat contrived, but overall this was a good book. I will probably finish out the series
Fast moving! Appeals to men and women alike. Makes me proud to be an American and a Christian. God controls each of our destinies. Yeah for American military & technology.