Secret of the Oil

Secret of the Oil This is a prequel for the Donavan Chronicles In the Middle Eastern conflict one group of dedicated men have contrived to build a nuclear device not to detonate on American soil but on their own in or

  • Title: Secret of the Oil
  • Author: Tom Haase
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This is a prequel for the Donavan Chronicles In the Middle Eastern conflict one group of dedicated men have contrived to build a nuclear device, not to detonate on American soil but on their own in order to cripple the industrial might of the West One small team of DIA operatives is dispatched to ensure the failure of that plan Nothing ever goes as planned.

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      Published :2019-06-08T07:28:14+00:00

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      Tom Haase Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Secret of the Oil book, this is one of the most wanted Tom Haase author readers around the world.

    696 thoughts on “Secret of the Oil”

    1. This was a really exciting book. There is a lot of action and it keeps you on the edge of your seat. Though this is fiction, it seems very realistic. I listened to the Audible audio version narrated by David Dietz. He does a good job overall, but I have a little problem with his "frantic" female voices, which tend to come across a little whiny to my ear. Fortunately, there is less of that in this book than I have listened to in other books narrated by him. Overall, a good book, and if you like s [...]


    2. This was my first Tom Haase novel with David Dietz narrated the audio book. I rate this book along with the politicial fiction, similar to Vince Flynn and Brad Thor. The novel moves right along, easy to follow and the Narrator is clear and understandable.Haase writes about a major terror attack on USA's alliance with Saudi Arabia. It was an interesting idea, long with the military response. I don't wish to go into too much detail. I recommend reading or listening to this book.


    3. Great read!Being a fan of Delta force/Navy Seals "black ops", I thoroughly enjoyed this tale. It highlighted the reality of "headquarters" involvement that too often jeopardize best laid plans of on-site operations. I look forward to reading future exploits of the two key players and their colleagues. Thanks Tom, for an enticing prequel to their coming adventures!


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