I am super excited to share my review with you today for Renegade by Rob Sinclair. Which is out today.
James Ryker, a veteran intelligence agent now freelancer, working for the secretive Joint Intelligence agency on an op-by op basis, finds himself embroiled in a complicated mission that will test him to his limit.
When a simple surveillance mission goes awry and the key target is kidnapped in broad daylight in a busy London square, Ryker knows he has his work cut out.
Ryker is tasked with figuring out what went wrong. But when his good friend Sam Moreno disappears without trace, the mission becomes more personal than he could have imagined.
Torn between toeing the government line, and finding the answers he needs, Ryker realises there’s only one way to find those responsible, and to punish them.
Rob Sinclair is back, which only means one thing……RYKER is back! OMG I am so excited I love this series. A series that started off with Carl Logan in the enemy series. Then Logan became James Ryker in the Ryker series. Now we have the Ryker Returns thriller series.
It has been a while since I have read a Ryker book but OMG this book was certainly worth the wait. Renegade is another action packed, full speed, adrenaline read. Right from the word go I couldn’t put this book down. I was racing through the pages to get to the end.
Ryker is a character that I cant get enough of. Each story he finds himself on a mission and we follow him to different countries. I went into this thinking I wonder where the author is going to take us this time. I have to say that I loved the fact that Ryker was London for some of the story. A place that I know and felt at home with. London is just for starters has we follow Ryker to other cities across the ocean.
The author has done a brilliant job of making me feel like I am in the story. I say it every time that this should be a movie! Ryker would certainly give Jason Bourne a run for his money that’s for sure.
This is a highly entertaining read full of twists and turns which I cannot recommend enough. Giving it all the stars.
I would like to thank Rob for a copy. All thoughts are my own and are not biased in anyway.
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