Ian Walkley
No Remorse
May 14, 2020 Comments.. 576
No Remorse Ian Walkley Lee McCloud Mac has a reputation as a loose cannon So when a secret agency operating outside the law recruits him for his special operations skills his team leader Tally, a tough, attractive computer genius, is ordered to keep him on a tight leash But a tight leash is the last thing Mac wants His intent is to use the agency s massive resources to track down Sophia, aLee McCloud Mac has a reputation as a loose cannon So when a secret agency operating outside the law recruits him for his special operations skills his team leader Tally, a tough, attractive computer genius, is ordered to keep him on a tight leash But a tight leash is the last thing Mac wants His intent is to use the agency s massive resources to track down Sophia, a close friend s daughter, who has been kidnapped in Mexico From the beginning, sparks fly between Mac and Tally Mac sees Tally as an office worker, not qualified for field operations For her part, Tally views Mac as little than a cold blooded killer The conflict escalates as the two are forced to play at husband and wife in order to get close to their next target.Ignoring orders to stay out of trouble, Mac enlists the help of Scotty, a British soldier, and Jog, a Lebanese fixer They follow the kidnappers trail to Paris, where events lead them to suspect Sophia is a captive of Sheik Khalid, a billionaire Saudi exile who is suspected of supporting terrorist groups by shipping weapons, drugs and slaves on his luxury vessel, Princess Aliya.Mac and Tally discover they have feelings for each other, but events lead Mac to question whether Tally is working to another agenda With time running out, the group dodges assassins, corrupt generals, evil medicos, Mossad agents, corrupt bureaucrats and sharks But they cannot anticipate what is waiting for them on Khalid s fortress island of Andaran, or that there s much at stake than Sophia. No Remorse Lee McCloud Mac has a reputation as a loose cannon So when a secret agency operating outside the law recruits him for his special operations skills his team leader Tally a tough attractive computer
  • Title: No Remorse
  • Author: Ian Walkley
  • ISBN: 9780980806601
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Brenda says:

      Wow Absolutely full on from the first page to the last Lee McCloud Mac is a Delta Force operator, soon to become ex He led an unauthorised mission with volunteers from his Delta unit to rescue his god daughter, Sophia and her best friend Danni, who d been kidnapped in Tijuana, Mexico But things went horribly wrong, and they were hauled up before the authorities, each facing jail time, with Sophia and Danni still missing, and the chances of finding them getting slimmer by the day.When an alternat [...]

    2. Shelleyrae at Book"d Out says:

      No Remorse is an action packed international thriller that begins with the abduction of two young American girls holidaying in Mexico Ignoring protocol, Lee McCloud, a Delta Force soldier, leads his unit in a bid to rescue the teenagers, one his goddaughter Sophia, but the operation goes horribly wrong and McCloud faces a court martial for his actions When the CIA offers McCloud a way out he accepts, joining a black ops unit involved in electronically confiscating millions in ill gotten gains De [...]

    3. Fran says:

      No Remorse Author Ian WalkleyUsing young girls as prostitutes and for trafficking is not unusual in Mexico and in many other countries When Lee McCloud s best friends daughter is taken along with her best friend he is determined to get her back But, when the ransom is supposed to be paid, the players in place something alerts Lee that there is much involved than meets the eye When the transfer of money is made and the kidnappers have their funds what happens next will create fear in the hearts [...]

    4. Sandie says:

      More than a book about terrorism or middle eastern culture, than a novel about the slave trade or covert operations, NO REMORSE is a book that is and offers the it s readers of everything It has action, adventure and thrills per page than any novel I have recently read REMORSE is a novel as strong as the hero s and heroines residing within its pages and works on many levels by combining intricate plotting, flawless execution, serious subject matter and lightening pacing This is not the type [...]

    5. Nick Brett says:

      No Remorse is a self published debut by Ian Walkley That in itself will be enough to put some people off, but the greatest compliment I can give this is that it feels in no way either self published or a debut The issue with many books like this is that either they miss a good editor or the print quality is poor Not so here.Here we have an ex Delta operator joining a black ops team that target the funds of bad guys and through use of cunning and top end technology, syphon off large chunks As our [...]

    6. William Bentrim says:

      No Remorse by Ian WalkleyThis is a no holds barred international intrigue thriller A Delta Force operator, Lee McCloud, finds himself facing not only drug dealing, child slavery but nuclear terrorism as well He finds himself trying to decide who he can trust and if his own government is out to get him Lee McCloud Mac is a very uncomplicated protagonist He has a steroid sense of right and wrong He is astoundingly loyal and aggressively defends those who guard his back In addition he is able to ru [...]

    7. Dee says:

      No Remorse is a fast paced thriller that grabs you from the start and doesn t let go until the end It s an action packed story with strong characters, and has an amazing plot that at times was quite disturbing The current day references make this story almost believable.One thing I liked is that you see the story from several different characters point of view Mac, the main character, Tally, Mac s partner, Sophia, the kidnapped girl and Sheik Khalid, the terrorist You get a glimpse of what they [...]

    8. Emma Moulton says:

      I won this book through First reads.Interesting read from start to finish Considering that this is a debut novel, I wasn t expecting to give it a 5 star rating when I started to read it However, it was such a great read that I have ended up giving it a 5 star rating Looking forward to future books by Ian Walkley.5 stars

    9. Kevintipple says:

      The plan was to let the two fathers make the ransom payoff in the valley a few miles outside of Tijuana Two hundred thousand should buy their freedom as that is what the kidnappers wanted At least the dads know that backup is watching them and ready to help All they have to do is give the bad guys the money and get their daughters, Danni and Sophia.The kidnappers take the money and then want to change the deal Instead of giving them Danni and Sophia they offer two other teen girls Understandably [...]

    10. Ian Walkley says:

      First time author Ian Walkley gets everything right in NO REMORSE, a gritty, complicated thriller in which a former Delta Forces commander on a mission to rescue a friend s daughter from Mideast slave traders faces a bigger threat than he could possibly imagine Walkley s story bursts off the page with intense action, exotic locales and authentic details, while realistic characters navigate a web of intrigue and deceit worthy of Clancy or Ludlum at their best A gripping, heart stopping thriller W [...]

    11. Bob says:

      Lee McCloud Mac , Military and special ops has gathered some of his friends to try and rescue the daughter of a friend and her friend who had been kidnapped by Mexican bandits The ransom rescue goes bad and two girls not the daughter and friend are killed by the bandits before they themselves are put out of commission Mac is hauled up before a court martial, but is given an out if he works for a secret group tracking the money of terrorist supporters Having little choice he agrees, but plans to [...]

    12. Paul says:

      As an obsessive reader of the thriller military crime genres, I am very excited to have discovered Ian Walkley If you, like me, have read everything out there from early Richard Stark to the latest Lee Child, you know we need We get from newcomer Ian Walkley, and his novel No Remorse I ran across No Remorse and was immediately drawn in There is violent action from page one In fact, I had been reading Zero Day by David Balducci and had to put it aside until I had finished No Remorse The evildoe [...]

    13. Tiffany says:

      This book starts out with Special Ops member, Lee McCloud, trying to rescue a friend s daughter and her friend from kidnappers Things go terribly wrong and he is now facing possible prison time and dishonorable discharge He is approached by Wisebaum with a way out of this This is the beginning of a high action race around the world McCloud trying to find and rescue Sophie and Danni while also doing a job for Wisebaum Wisebaum keeps McCloud in the dark as to what most of this job is about and has [...]

    14. Michelle says:

      I won this book from GoodReads as a free FirstReads giveaway.In the last year I have read quite a few thrillers and was delighted to receive one from a new author I was not disappointed I was gripped from the first couple of pages The characters were very believable and the descriptions so detailed, at times I could almost see the action as if I was watching a film Every few chapters, a new twist or strand to the plot is revealed which kept me totally engrossed Some reviewers have likened the ma [...]

    15. Rachel Amphlett says:

      No Remorse is a taut action thriller which starts at a cracking pace and doesn t let up until the final page.The story switches from country to country with ease, and although the scenes involving the antagonist and his entourage are often confronting, it is a necessity of the storyline that the reader understands just what an evil person Khalid is and who the protagonist, Lee McCloud, must stop at all costs.With a storyline reminiscent of the best of the military action thrillers available toda [...]

    16. Gale Stanley says:

      I was lucky enough to get a copy of the book and I loved it I still can t believe that No Remorse is a debut novel Ian Walkley has produced a complex thriller that has it all exotic settings, action, and realistic characters The plot is believable and moves along at a brisk pace The pages kept turning and I found it hard to put down I ll definitely be watching for from this talented author.

    17. Amy says:

      I won this book from GoodReads as a free FirstReads giveaway I loved this book An Excellent debut novel I have never read a book like this before with the CIA and Al Qaeda in, but I defiantly plan to read of Ian Walkley s books.This book is about a special ops agent Lee McCloud on a mission to rescue his kidnapped god daughter The book is full of suspense and action as well as a bit of romance.

    18. Kerri Allen says:

      I won this book from GoodReads as a free FirstReads giveaway.Very good thriller You dive straight into the action and the pages essentially turn themselves as you follow along waiting to find out what happens next This book definitely has it all a well thought out plot, action and realistic characters in a fast pace novel Definitely worth a read

    19. Jane Stevens says:

      A great debut which hooked me from the start Despite the subject matter child sex slaves, organ harvesting , this is a read that cleverly brings together numerous characters to a satisfactory end Looking forward to Ian s next book The Bait

    20. Lulu says:

      I won this book from the first reads giveaways and I am so excited to read it Thanks.

    21. Laima says:

      I won this book from GoodReads as a free FirstReads giveaway The synopsis sounds really exciting just like an episode of the series 24 Look forward to reading

    22. Terry Foster says:

      Very good first novel

    23. Jan says:

      Action packed, great read

    24. Geoff says:

      Very good first novel knowledgeable, well written and well paced.

    25. Ian Walkley says:

      Here is the Kirkus Reviews review of No Remorse note that the rating above is mine Walkley pits CIA agents against a maniacal Saudi prince intent on starting World War III in this debut thriller.Delta Force operative Lee McCloud, aka Mac, finds himself in Mexico, trying to rescue two teenage girls kidnapped by a drug cartel But things go from bad to worse when the villains don t play by the rules Framed for two murders he didn t commit, Mac has two options go to prison or go to work for a CIA bl [...]

    26. Susan says:

      No Remorse was a surpriseI bought the book to support an independent Brisbane author, because I think we should support creative people, particularly authors, and I m happy to report that I had no remorse on the purchase, neither did I regret the time spent reading it In fact I could not put it down if you are waiting for the next Lee Child, even though Tom Cruise as Jack Reacher has kind of spoilt it a bit, or even waiting for the next historical novel, No remorse fills the gap nicely, with lot [...]

    27. Chris says:

      I enjoyed Ian Walkley s debut novel, No Remorse The plot of the 900 page thriller was complex, nuanced, and very engaging The main characters were well developed, especially Mac, the lead character The plot kept me guessing until near the end, and the action kept the story moving at a high tempo Although there were some minor errors on US military terminology, I only noticed them because I m a Marine Veteran In summary, I d recommend this book to any adult fan of the genre, and I m looking forwa [...]

    28. David Jarrett says:

      This was a very ambitious novel perhaps too ambitious There is simply too much going on for a book of this length The main plot was straightforward enough, but there were IMHO too many subplots and too many characters especially since so many had unfamiliar but similar sounding Arab names to make this an enjoyable read In addition, it is unbelievable to me that one man, even a highly trained and capable special ops veteran, could take out so many bad guys by himself I felt obligated to make it t [...]

    29. Charity says:

      Great read for a self pub The characters are likable and engaging, and the plot moves at such a rapid pace, it is a hard book to put down The ending was super abruptI m hoping that means I will get to read about Mac and Tally soon Very violent and graphic, but ultimately it is what makes this read better than others in the same genre it just feels genuine.

    30. Dave Levine says:

      Not worth it I was thinking 2 stars at first, despite the story, due to the author showing some writing skill in his debut Unfortunately, that was before I got to a clunky, disappointing last 20% or so If you have to pay for this book, save your money If you find it for free, think twice.

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