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1Andrew-theQM
Feb 13, 7:53pm Top

Any thoughts on the escape plan to rescue Overholt? Did you expect Overholt to die?

2Carol420
Feb 14, 6:56am Top

I thought that his death was a possibility since he had had a lesser role in each of the last 3 or 4 books...but smart authors are usually careful about killing off long standing characters...so I looked for him to perhaps be badly injured but still kicking.

3EadieB
Feb 14, 6:57am Top

I thought it was a great idea. No I don’t think Overholt will die.

4Olivermagnus
Feb 14, 8:34am Top

I thought it was a pretty good plan as long as it worked out. I didn't think Overholt was going to die at this point.

5Sergeirocks
Feb 14, 12:19pm Top

The team came up with a pretty good plan to rescue Lang, aided, I think, by the fact that Juan intended giving himself (and the dummy) into the hands of Tate. I had faith that Lang would be rescued, and live to tell the tale.

6bhabeck
Feb 15, 4:52am Top

I thought it was a very clever plan. I didn’t think Overholt would die - his death after the failures on the extraction mission as well as the issues with US intelligence would have been too much for Juan in one book. Besides, we need Langston around until the Oregon is back in the good races of the CIA

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