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by William Dufris,Jim DeFelice

eBook Leopards Kill ePub
Author: William Dufris,Jim DeFelice
Language: English
ISBN: 1423331567
ISBN13: 978-1423331568
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Abridged edition (April 28, 2008)
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Subcategory: Thriller
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 391
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ePub file: 1434 kb
Fb2 file: 1945 kb

Leopards Kill (ebook). Published May 15th 2007 by Forge Books. Jim DeFelice (Goodreads Author), William Dufris (Narrator). ISBN: 1423331486 (ISBN13: 9781423331483).

Leopards Kill (ebook). Author(s): Jim DeFelice (Goodreads Author). ISBN: 1429941839 (ISBN13: 9781429941839).

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A journey into the hell that is the War on Terror-a Heart of Darkness for the new century Free.

A journey into the hell that is the War on Terror-a" Heart of Darkness" for the new century. Former Army Special Forces soldier Jack Pilgrim has it all - big bucks, a successful security business with plush government contracts, a beautiful wife.

Narrated by William Dufris. Army Special Forces soldier Jack Pilgrim has it all-big bucks, a successful security business with plush government contra. No commitment, cancel anytime.

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Dufris is especially canny at voicing Jack's musings about integrity and loyalty

Dufris is especially canny at voicing Jack's musings about integrity and loyalty. He expresses the quiet turmoil of a man who is being forced to be patient amid Afghanistan’s chaos and danger.

Written by Jim DeFelice, Audiobook narrated by William Dufris. Narrated by: William Dufris. Length: 9 hrs and 50 mins. Categories: Fiction, Contemporary.

Jim DeFelice writes like Mickey Spillane with an attitude. I loved Leopards Kill, and I believe it's the best thing Jim DeFelice has done

Jim DeFelice writes like Mickey Spillane with an attitude. If you like thrillers that sock you where you live, you're going to love DeFelice. Stephen Coonts, New York Times bestselling author of The Traitor. I loved Leopards Kill, and I believe it's the best thing Jim DeFelice has done. The story tells a lot about the War on Terror, and a lot about war in general. With obvious parallels to Apocalypse Now, it's the kind of book you enjoy while you read it and think about later. Larry Bond, New York Times bestselling author of Dangerous Ground.

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Former U.S. Army Special Forces soldier Jack Pilgrim has it all—big bucks, a successful security business with plush government contracts, a beautiful wife. Then Pilgrim’s partner, Merc Conrad, goes missing in Afghanistan with a chunk of government cash and most of the company’s assets. The CIA threatens to throw Pilgrim in jail if he doesn’t find Merc and return the money. Pilgrim knows his business—and his extravagant lifestyle—are on the line, but Merc saved Jack’s life three times while they served together in the army in Afghanistan. So Jack owes him. Big.

Determined to find Conrad, Pilgrim returns to Afghanistan. The country is in chaos as the United States prepares to pull out. Pilgrim follows Merc’s trail to the border area of Pakistan; with every step he seems to descend deeper into a Dantesque hell. Rumor has it that Conrad has fielded a guerrilla army and is hot on the trail of Osama bin Laden. The farther into the uncharted border zone Jack Pilgrim goes, the larger the legend of Merc Conrad becomes. Pilgrim’s odyssey into the Afghan badlands has him questioning his own reality, and the closer he seems to get to Conrad, the more peril he faces. If Jack Pilgrim wants to get out of Afghanistan alive, he may need Merc Conrad now more than ever.

It seems that Jim DeFelice and I are old friends. I have never met the man, but I have read almost every piece of fiction he has ever been a part of. Needles to say, he is on my list of "must buy" authors.
Leopards Kill does not disappoint!
The opening paragraph pretty much lays out the state in life many men of my vintage seem to have reached and somehow , just don't feel that good about it. DeFelice's main character, aptly named Jack Pilgrim, sets out on a pilgrimage to find out what has happened to his close friend and business partner who has gone missing with all of their business funds as well as a lot of CIA government money into the wilds of the Afghanistan / Pakistan border region.
Pilgrim's search evokes Captain Willard's (Charlie Sheen) search for Colonel Kurtz ( Brando)in Coppla's 1979 classic Apocalypse Now. Pilgrim is slowly stripped of his carefully self constructed reality and becomes forced to deal with another world of hopeless and vicious individuals as he searches for what has happened to the man who has saved his life more than once. A well written, thought provoking read....
I have read Jim Deflice before, but as an author with Dale Brown. This is the first book I have read by him, and am enjoying it. The characters have a depth to them, and you can almost see the locations for the way he describes the places. He sometimes detours from the story line, to bring something out of the past, that at times can be a little hard to figure out why, but in giving it time, it will come to fruition.

I will get another book by this author, and enjoy it just as much.
If I had known this was a remake of the remarkable movie, I wouldn't have bothered. Although the writing was good for the most part, the story was the same. I will give Mr. DeFelice another chance.
Apocalypse now meets MadMaxistan
DeFelice should stick to co-authoring. Ive read a lot of books DeFelice has written with other authors and they are much better than when he strikes out on his own. Maybe I jkust was not in a reading mood.
This is a good weekend book. Could use more action in it but it was a good book.
deadly claw
The story didn't "grab me." The story didn't makee want to turn the page to see what would happen next.
I bought the audio version of this book based on the subject matter and the 4.5 star overall rating, I should have based my decision on nephrodoc's very accurate 1 star review.

The basic story would make a fair short story or novella and if it had been published as such, I wouldn't have invested any of my time reviewing it. The reason I am writing this review is that at least half the book is pure drivel in the form of flashbacks, mostly related to his wife, and his reincarnation of Colonel Kurz - Merc Conrad. They were interjected at every point that the story may have began to get interesting and had very little, if any, relevance to the basic story line. They seem to have been included for the sole purpose of adding enough pages so the author and his publisher could keep a straight face offering "Kill" as a novel.

I still probably wouldn't have bothered to write a review except that these flashbacks eventually got to be so irritating that I found myself screaming out loud as I searched for the fast forward button.

The narrator added to my general displeasure by grossly overdoing the very poor dialogue of some of the characters in the book.

Don't waste your money.
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