IGOR (Global War On Terror Book 1)

IGOR (Global War On Terror Book 1)

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Deploying to the middle-east with a SEAL Team is a life changing experience for a new SEAL. For an intelligence analyst without SEAL training, it can be traumatic. Navy Lieutenant (JG) Lee Toliver, Naval Academy Graduate, Linguist and Middle East Polyglot, is assigned to Trident, an Office of Naval Intelligence group dedicated to Naval Special Warfare Command. Having survived injuries from a suicide bombing in London, and almost a year in and out of Brooke Military Burn Center in Texas, he is ready to get his career back on track and anticipating his introduction to the SEAL Team he will support.

American born linguists fluent in Middle East languages are in short supply and always in demand. His fluency in Pashto brought him to the attention of Detachment Bravo of SEAL Team 2 deploying to Bagram, Afghanistan. But Lee was also fluent in several dialects of Arabic. Seal Team 3 was raging across Anbar Province in Iraq, and in 2006, Ramadi is back on the radar for a major operation. Lee is about to find out that deploying with a SEAL Team has only a passing acquaintance with intelligence office work. In SEAL Team direct action ops, interpreters and interrogators are needed outside the wire as much as inside. Going kinetic, is a term he will come to understand intimately.

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    IGOR (Global War On Terror Book 1) Reviews

  • Kenneth K. Bowman

    Pyle has scored another hit I have read everything R H Pyle has written and when I discovered the Igor book it immediately went to my library. Once I started it I couldn't put it down. The action neve...

  • Marsha Owen

    Great book. Very different.Igor is a unique character. Truly fascinating . Mr. Pyle writes a steady story that slowly., but surely immerses you into the life of the fight on terror. Looking forward to...

  • Warren Osborne

    ExcellentExcellent, I was completely involved in the many situations as the story unfolds. The different scenarios of the story were constantly moving me from place to place with Igor. The story was c...

  • frank corente

    Great readAwesome book one Again keep up the great writing. Cannot put the book down once you start reading so put some time to the side before you start...

  • Virginia T. Copeland

    gritty, realistic, no bull, loved it...

  • Larry Barr

    Great read...except for the abrupt ending..Factually 'ok". Geographically perfect. Ending......way too abrupt. At least 2 more chapters needed to set up the obvious sequel. ­čśÄ........

  • kenneth L. Howard

    A winnerThis one would be an engaging movie and is an intoxicating read. This is one that you wonÔÇÖt put down and will sadden you when the journey ends....

  • Edward Poole

    Great story telling here and can't wait for the next in the series. Very well done and could not put it down....

  • James Hanson

    Awesome bookWell written and to the point.I feel some more books on the life of Lee To liver. I have read R. H. Pyle books and recommend any of them....