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eBook The Echelon Vendetta (A Micah Dalton Thriller) download ISBN: 0515144029
Author: David Stone
Publisher: Berkley; Reprint edition (March 25, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 528
ePub: 1726 kb
Fb2: 1534 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Action and Adventure

A pedestrian spy thriller, " Echelon Vendetta", from David Stone is the first book of series featuring CIA "cleaner" . CIA Agent Micah Dalton has just been called in to clean up the scene of his mentor’s suicide.

A pedestrian spy thriller, " Echelon Vendetta", from David Stone is the first book of series featuring CIA "cleaner" Micah Dalton as protagonist. Dalton's best friend Porter Naumann has been brutally murdered in Italy. Naumann also a CIA operative is stationed out of UK but working in Italy on behalf of "Burke and Single" Bank. A little digging uncovers a gruesome set of murders by a lunatic; his mentor is just one of many targets. Now he must hunt down this killer, before he completes his mission and destroys Micah in the process.

Similar books to The Echelon Vendetta (A Micah Dalton Thriller). Despite a title that doesn't exactly roll off your tongue, this is a smoothly written spy thriller. Micah Dalton is a CIA "cleaner," the guy who wipes away the mess after something goes wrong in the field. Try Kindle Countdown Deals Explore limited-time discounted eBooks. When his good friend apparently commits suicide in a particularly gruesome manner, and then the man's family is murdered, Dalton discovers that someone is killing agents who have knowledge of a certain top-secret intelligence operation.

The Echelon Vendetta book. Micah Dalton is not paid to ask questions. He's the man the CIA sends to clean up the mess when something goes wrong-an agent gets in trouble, or worse. But when his colleague and friend Porter Nauman turns up dead in an idyllic Tuscan hill town, as a result of an appar.

Micah Dalton is not paid to ask questions. March 2008 : USA Paperback. But when his colleague and friend Porter Nauman turns up dead in an idyllic Tuscan hill town, as a result of an apparent and unimaginably gruesome suicide, Dalton can't help but ask questions.

David Stone is a former British army infantry officer. The Echelon Vendetta A Micah Dalton Thriller Series Micah Dalton (Том 1). Автор. Much of his service was in Germany, both with and alongside soldiers of the Bundeswehr in peacetime and on operations. He became a military historian in 2002 and is the author of the authoritative works Hitler's Army: The Men, Machines and Organisation, 1939-1945 (2009) and Fighting for the Fatherland: The Story of the German Soldier from 1648 to the Present Day (2006). Издание: иллюстрированное, перепечатанное. The Echelon Vendetta A Micah Dalton Thriller. He became a military historian in 2002 and is the author of the authoritative works Hitler's Army: The Men, Machines and Organisation, 1939–1945 (2009) and Fighting for the Fatherland: The Story of the German Soldier from 1648 to the Present Day (2006).

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Micah Dalton isn't paid to ask questions. Micah Dalton isn't paid to ask questions. This was my transition book for 2008 into 2009. The main characater Micah Dalton is a "cleaner"

Micah Dalton isn't paid to ask questions. The main characater Micah Dalton is a "cleaner". He is brought in when a undercover operation goes wrong. This time its personal when a friend dies.

Dalton walked down between two low brick tables and pushed aside a stand of sago palm. Stone David - The Echelon Vendetta - скачать книгу. шрифт: 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 32. Stallworth, in jeans and a plaid shirt, was kneeling in front of a large Japanese urn, pushing peat into the rim. Nice to see you. Thought you were in London. All further inquiries related to DALTON, Micah must be referred to DC/DGI/DNI without exception. Times New Roman Georgia Courier New Serif Arial Tahoma Helvetica Menlo Consolas monospace Monaco.

The Echelon vendetta. New York : Jove Books. by. Stone, David, 1946-.

CIA agent Micah Dalton is a "cleaner." He takes care of other agents' mistakes. When a friend and mentor commits a grotesque suicide, Dalton's investigation leads him into the snare of a madman, into the arms of a beautiful, mysterious stranger-and into a conspiracy within his own agency. Dalton knows only one thing for certain-this job is going to get very messy.
Comments: (7)
Braendo
One of my reasons for this review is to try to balance some of the very negative reviews.
I found Micah Dalton an intriguing man of contradictions - at first blush. I should also add the fact that I tore through these 4 books in 5 days, and enjoyed them tremendously.
I would award at least 4 stars to each book, and easily, 2 of them five stars.
A disclaimer - this book takes a good amount of reading to wrap your mind around - it involves very colorful descriptions of bizarre, other-worldly events, but I recommend pushing through this period, as the payoff is well worth it.
Also - there is a fair amount of Italian language used, so I kept my laptop handy to assist in translation duties for phrases beyond my fundamental grasp of this beautiful language.

I cannot recommend all 4 books highly enough, and encourage anyone "on the fence" to jump in with both feet.
And buckle up.
Kearanny
The writing of David Stone is just so smart and witty. This author is stupendously underappreciated, nevertheless, he has worked his way to the border of genre masterpieces. Why stop now? (Not felled by sickness, I hope.) Anyway, what I like best is the realism of the protagonist, spy-guy Dalton. His interaction are very tangible and engaging . . . likewise the plot and the settings (especially in the more recent two novels). One thing that sets the character apart is that Dalton's angst is not so wimpy and weirdly moralistic as what I routinely encounter in this genre, neither is his realism merely cynical. The character, here, as in the other three novels, really feels the tension, the dimension, that goes with life-and-death undertakings. Dalton does not indulge the deaf and lazy ruthlessness of other spy-guys. He is not oblivious to the fact that hard actions put integrity at stake, yet the human default into virtual inaction -- just going with the flow -- has already capitulated.
Ventelone
Micah Dalton was a CIA Cleaner. He was sent in to clean up after the death in Tuscany of his friend and fellow agent Porter Naumann. The brutal murders begin to pile up. Dalton searches for the thread that ties things together. His quest brings him back to remote parts of the U.S. This was a fairly interesting read that moved along reasonably well. Though I could have done without the paranormal aspects particularly the ghost of Naumann playing, for my taste, a bit too much of a role. Nevertheless, a good plot. Interesting new author.
Jeyn
Excellent story! Lots of sub-plots to keep it interesting. High-tech weopons & secret CIA operations. Just what I like. My husband and I both loved it. Even though disc nine was missing we still were able to follow to the end. The seller was very apologetic and refunded our purchase price, so if anyone out there has another copy we would be interested, just to her disc 9. Really good book!!!
Vushura
A determined hero tracking a ruthless killer with several surprises. Enjoyed the story and I will read more from this author.
Gralmeena
This novel runs along at quite a frenetic pace and keeps the reader glued to the pages waiting to find out what happens next. For a first novel it is very good and I hope to see more from Mr. Stone. It is pretty much standard thriller fare, with a bad guy killing a bunch of supposedly good guys and a weary spy with his own demons trying to catch him. But Mr. Stone plots this story very well and the characters are a cut above most spy novels. Be warned that there is some fairly graphic violence and several very brutal murders so this is not for the faint of heart. One minor point is that several of the secondary characters have some type of cancer, mostly attributed to the use of tobacco products. Could the author be trying to make a statement here? It doesn't really take away from the story, but I found it a little strange. In any event, it is a very good book. Highly recommended.
Qusicam
I'm combing the lists of books trying to find more by David Stone. He keeps the adrenalin pumping as he tears around the world. I'm a big fan of Micah, and Mandy, and any women he creates.
My only disappointment is that for some reason the 5th book, set in Prague was never published and David Stone author seems to have disappeared.