Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Operation Zulu Redemption: The Beginning by Ronie Kendig

Operation Zulu Redemption:
 Overkill - The Beginning
by Ronie Kendig

My rating: 5 stars

Series: Operation Zulu - Book 1
Publication Date: July 4, 2014
Publisher: Shiloh Run Studios
Genre: Adult Action
Print Length: 73 pages
Available from: Amazon

Synopsis:

They never should’ve existed.  Now they don’t.  In the aftermath of their first highly successful op, the first all-female special ops team, known as Zulu, discovered that innocent civilians—women and children—died at their hands. Zulu was set up to take the devastating fall.  Fearing for their lives, the Zulu team vanished. With new identities and spread across the globe, they live in relative but isolated peace—yet still haunted by the past. Terrified of being discovered.   Five years after that horrific night, they’ve begun to hope they might be safe and the tragedy forgotten.  Until two of them are murdered.

Start the mission with Operation Zulu Redemption: Overkill--The Beginning.  This FREE episode drops you into the rapid-fire action where the women of Zulu are trying to figure out who is targeting them.   Who really set Zulu up to take the fall years ago?  Are they one and the same? Now the remaining members of Zulu have no choice but to regroup and stop their enemy--before it's too late. And Overkill is just the beginning... 

Operation Zulu Redemption: Overkill - The BeginningMy Review
Operation Zulu Redemption: The Beginning by Ronie Kendig
My Rating: 5 Stars

One of the best “in-your-face” action-packed, tension-packed introductions to a tough core group of characters I have ever read! If Ronie Kendig’s style of introducing and giving background regarding these tough black Ops women and men is ANY indication of what to expect from the series, I am completely onboard, looking forward to entanglements, danger and a whip-fast pace.

Operation Zulu Redemption: Overkill – The Beginning, one heck of a title that makes me feel there is so much more to be told. Great teaser to entice a reader’s palette as the women of ZULU are brought back together for a do-over to redeem themselves from an operation gone wrong.



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