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Marc Cameron

Author of Power and Empire

26 Works 3,565 Members 85 Reviews 4 Favorited

About the Author

Marc Cameron is an American author, born in Texas. He worked in professional law enforcement for Twenty-nine years and has worked throughout North America. During that time, he served as a uniformed police officer, a mounted officer, and detective. He went on to serve in the U.S. Marshall Service. show more His roles included Deputy, Fugitive Task Force Commander, Supervisor Deputy, Senior Inspector, and Chief Deputy, his last role before retirement. He is the author of the Jericho Quinn Thriller series, and has written short stories that appeared in The Saturday Evening Post and Boy's Life magazine. In 2016, he was chosen to continue the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan/Campus Thriller series, which includes Tom Clancy Power and Empire. (Bowker Author Biography) show less

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Works by Marc Cameron

Power and Empire (2017) 478 copies
Oath of Office (2018) 443 copies
Code of Honor (1900) 353 copies
Shadow of the Dragon (2020) 351 copies
Chain of Command (2021) 250 copies
National Security (2011) 204 copies
Act of Terror (2012) 159 copies
Open Carry (2019) 153 copies
State of Emergency (2013) 115 copies
Stone Cross (2020) 106 copies
Cold Snap (2022) 102 copies
Bone Rattle (2021) 98 copies
Day Zero (2015) 97 copies
Time of Attack (2014) 88 copies

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Bone Rattle is a thrilling book particularly at the end. Our hero, Arliss Cutter, gets in an impossible underground situation that requires his superpowers to survive. The good guys are good and the bad guys are very bad, actually believable. The settings are properly described. However, it seemed like things were not completely settled thereby leaving room for another adventure for Arliss Cutter. There is a bonus surprise at the end with the Prologue. Four stars were given to this book.
 
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lbswiener | 6 other reviews | Apr 18, 2024 |
This novel started out okay with the murder of a Tlingit girl, but quickly began pinging and ponging around with a whole lot of different characters, crimes, and intrigue. And although the initial murder is resolved at the very end, I had no idea who the murderer was until then—talk about a boatload of red herrings. I didn't much care for the main character, Arliss Cutter. He seemed a bit wooden. And be prepared to handcuff your disbelief to the radiator to swallow the Fishwives story and Mexican drug thugs wreaking havoc in Alaska for some reason.… (more)
 
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mtbass | 6 other reviews | Mar 20, 2024 |
Another action-packed, suspenseful, and shocking crime thriller. Good guys: Alaska law enforcement; bad guys; Russian mob. Story shows US Marshalls in protection role with a US Supreme Court Justice. They took a train ride on one or the most beautiful scenes ever. Fun read. On to #6.
 
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buffalogr | 4 other reviews | Feb 1, 2024 |

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Works
26
Members
3,565
Popularity
#7,114
Rating
3.8
Reviews
85
ISBNs
237
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5
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