Friday, September 22, 2017

Book Review - Rule of Law by Randy Singer

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For a rare mission ordered by the President and monitored in real time by top government officials, the members of the SEAL Team Six takes on a historic mission. An American journalist and a young Saudi prince were captured by Houthi rebels and the SEAL team was sent in to free the two prisoners when the prisoners are scheduled to be executed on Easter Sunday. However, the mission ends with failure causing everyone to point fingers. The SEAL families are all looking for answers and if the President knew the mission was going to be a failure going before the mission began. Paige Chambers was hired by the widow of one of the SEAL members, but she has also lost someone to the cause as well. Did the President know the truth about the mission? Who is behind the mission failure?

The book had an interesting and unique story line. Unlike, most of the other legal thrillers I have read, this book was the only one who didn't have a romantic interest where it was competing with the story. However, I still couldn't get into the book and felt like the story had a lot of unnecessary details that never went anywhere for example, the drone pilot. He called Paige and gave her information, but I don't recall them ever using his testimonial or even his name after they went to such great lengths to find the identity of the drone pilot. An interesting story line, but I felt the story was longer than it needed to be.

**Disclosure - I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest opinion**

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