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The Leveling (A Mark Sava Spy Novel) (edition 2013)

by Dan Mayland (Author)

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Title:The Leveling (A Mark Sava Spy Novel)
Authors:Dan Mayland (Author)
Info:Thomas & Mercer (2013), 300 pages
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The Leveling (A Mark Sava Thriller) by Dan Mayland

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Underdeveloped story line and disconnected narration. Extremely hard to follow. ( )
  Zack_Anthony | Nov 1, 2015 |
The Leveling is an action packed, edge-of-your-seat, suspense thriller! With incredible details on tensions in the middle-east, heart-accelerating action, and characters that are realistic and laudable, this novel is a must read!

The Leveling is a sequel to the first Mark Sava spy novel, The Colonel's Mistake, but can easily be read as a stand alone book. From the first pages, the story is gripping. The action includes a mission gone wrong, government corruption, complex political aims, and ex-CIA agents who soon find themselves on a life or death mission to save one of their own. The story is excellently written, easy to follow and exciting. The characters are dynamic, well-developed, and one cannot help but cheer for them. With incredible behind-the-scenes information, surveillance, and creativity, Mark Sava and Daria Buckingham are the last hope to save Deck.

Reading this book is an adventure and I absolutely hope that the Mark Sava spy thrillers continue! I give this book a solid 5 stars!! Excellent from start to finish!

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  Azacia | Dec 8, 2013 |
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Mark Sava, the former CIA station chief of Azerbaijan, has settled into the modest life of a professor in Baku-- until an assassin makes a brazen attempt on his life in the hallowed halls of the national library. The Azeri government deems Sava, with his complex past, a security threat and orders him out of the country immediately. When he receives cryptic photos that lead him to believe his friend John Decker has been kidnapped, Sava teams up with ex-IA spy and former girlfriend Daria Buckingham, and the two soon find themselves being chased by Chinese intelligence agents, caught in the middle of a secret conflict over oil that has the US and Iran tumbling headlong into war.… (more)

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