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Kill Shot: An American Assassin Thriller by Vince Flynn. The twelfth book in the Mitch Rapp novels, Kill Shot begins with assassin Rapp working his way through a list of hit targets who were responsible for
the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing. When Rapp shoots a drunken
Libyan diplomat in Paris only to discover that he has been set up and
that his handlers want him permanently silenced.
Other authors with similar writing styles to Flynn:
Jack Higgins - Higgins is traditionally
known for his action-filled adventure novels, often set in wartime, featuring
unforgettable characters; compelling, detail-rich, and suspenseful storylines;
locales around the world; and breakneck pacing.
While his books include elements of political and spy thrillers - intrigue, details of the craft of espionage, and international politics and
conspiracies - most of
his novels are pure adventure, featuring a team of men on a desperate mission,
elaborate preparations and plans, deadly villains, and an ultimate goal to be
accomplished. Try The Eagle Has Landed.
Robert Ludlum - Bestselling author Ludlum's storylines feature
conspiracies, corruption at the highest levels and are always filled with unexpected plot twists. Violent action
dominates Ludlum's fast-paced novels featuring reluctant heroes caught
in life-threatening situations. This action is framed with details of
spycraft and the exotic locales in which his stories are often set. Try The Bourne Identity.
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Ameritopia: The Unmaking of America by Mark R. Levin. The nationally syndicated conservative radio host explores the philosophical basis of America's foundations as well as the crises facing government today.
Books similar to Ameritopia:
Being George Washington by Glenn Beck (973.41 BEC) - Combining
biography and Washington's own writings with his own comments and
sidebars, Beck explores our nation's first president and describes how
Washington's beliefs and values--beliefs and values which united a
country in an age even more fractious than our own--are especially
important to remember today.
Throw Them All Out by Peter Schweitzer (364.1323 SCH) - Schweizer, a research fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University,
discusses the state of government as he see it and the perceived depths of its political
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