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"Is it ever the wrong time to do the right thing? That's the question the Gray Man faces in the latest explosive novel from New York Times bestselling author Mark Greaney. I am Court Gentry. In my time, I've seen plenty of bad stuff. Some things worse than others, but nothing that can match this horror show. I was on a simple mission in Bosnia. A bad guy needed to be put down; in and out, no problem. But then I stumbled across a nightmare-a room full of women and children who were being trafficked to rich scum. Since then, I've been tracking their smuggling ring around the globe, and I'm finally near the top. I've got the sociopathic ringleaders in my sights, ready for a takedown, but my CIA handlers have different plans for me. Now I've got to make a decision: duty or honor. They all think they have me boxed in, but there's one thing they're forgetting: I am the Gray Man"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Berkley, 2020
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780593098912
Branch Call Number: GREANEY
Characteristics: xiv, 493 pages ; 24 cm


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Mar 19, 2020

This is a classic Mark Greaney, Gray Man novel. It is constant action with solid background preparation and investigative work on his operations interspersed with blood and guts fighting. In this case, Court Gentry (the Gray Man) finds himself unexpectedly in the middle of a massive human/sex trafficking operation when a his current, unrelated mission involves someone engaged in the pipeline through which the the women who who are being trafficked move. No more spoilers. This is the usual mega-book format that Greaney writes (just short of 500 pages). But that's OK, given the weird times we are in and the need to entertain ourselves more that usual.


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