Warlord

Vin Cooper is hunting for a kidnap victim. Meanwhile the CIA is hunting for a missing nuclear bomb. Special Agent Vin Cooper has just returned from an off-books mission in the Congo. Now he's caught up in something even more dangerous... An ex-air force colleague has been kidnapped. His severed hand, with a demand for five million dollars, has found its way to Cooper's door - and he has just twenty-one days to pay. Cooper must track the missing man's movements from a topless revue in Vegas, to the favelas of Brazil and finally to the pirate-patrolled waters off Somalia. Meanwhile, the CIA are searching for a stolen thermonuclear device. Suddenly, Cooper's quest to find his friend becomes a journey to the heart of a chilling conspiracy. A journey that Cooper might not survive...

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By Ed (Reading, MA) · ★★★★☆ · October 30, 2014
Air Force Special Agent Vin Cooper aggressively pursues a multimillionaire Brazilian Nazi snake expert who plans vengeance on the US. Vin Cooper is basically James Bond with a better sense of humor and he's in top form here. This is a very entertaining thriller with admirable good guys, smart, se... ...more
By James (Norwich, Norfolk, The United Kingdom) · ★★★★☆ · September 01, 2013
An enjoyable, albeit OTT ending Vin Cooper novel. The last one, Ghost Watch, was easily the best in the series so far. This is a direct sequel in many ways, which made it far more involving and engaging. This one is about a nuclear bomb which has gone missing. There is probably a joke in there so... ...more
By Balthazar (Canberra, ACT, Australia) · ★★★★☆ · March 31, 2013
This book picks up several months after the previous book in the series, Ghost Watch, though it's not exactly a sequel in the series. Events in Vin Cooper's life brings him in contact with the characters of the previous book as he works a new case. This is an exciting adventure that takes him aro... ...more
By Richard (Las Vegas, NV) · ★★★★★ · January 08, 2013
I love David Rollins and his Vin Cooper novels. He does not get anywhere enough credit. Vin Cooper is a great character and is up there with the likes of Mitch Rapp, Scott Harvath etc.. Please give David Rollins a chance I promise you will not be disappointed. There are 5 books in this series so... ...more
By Jennifer (Sydney, 02, Australia) · ★★★★☆ · December 08, 2012
Number 5 in the Vin Cooper series. I enjoyed it but the plot was totally unbelievable this time. I wish Rollins would bring back Tom Wilkes. ...more
By Glenn (Auckland, New Zealand) · ★☆☆☆☆ · October 27, 2012
Trash.
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