Execute Authority

  • Title: Execute Authority
  • Author: Dalton Fury
  • ISBN: 9781250120489
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Execute Authority The explosive conclusion to the New York Times bestselling series Kolt Racer Raynor and his Delta Force squadron are in Greece providing VIP security for the newly elected and deeply controversial Am
    The explosive conclusion to the New York Times bestselling series Kolt Racer Raynor and his Delta Force squadron are in Greece, providing VIP security for the newly elected and deeply controversial American president on his desperate mission to hold the NATO alliance together.Then, the unimaginable happens Just as the president is arriving, an assassin s bullet takesThe explosive conclusion to the New York Times bestselling series.Kolt Racer Raynor and his Delta Force squadron are in Greece, providing VIP security for the newly elected and deeply controversial American president on his desperate mission to hold the NATO alliance together.Then, the unimaginable happens Just as the president is arriving, an assassin s bullet takes the life of the Greek prime minister The president is safe, but Raynor recognizes the killer Rasim Miric by his grisly signature a bullet through his target s left eye.The hunt for the assassin ends when Miric, to all appearances, blows himself up in an explosion that levels an apartment block, but Raynor refuses to accept that the sniper is really dead Miric s grudge is with America, and one American in particular the Delta Force operator who cost him an eye, Kolt Raynor Raynor believes that Miric s killing spree is only just beginning, and his suspicions are proved true when Miric is photographed crossing the border into the United States.Forbidden by law from operating on American soil, Raynor will have to bend the rules until they break, risking everything in order to run the assassin down before he can strike again.But what Raynor doesn t realize is that Rasim Miric is also hunting him.

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    About Dalton Fury


    1. Thomas Greer, the former special operations commander who wrote a series of books under the pen name Dalton Fury and exposed the American public firsthand to the modern exploits of the military s most secretive units, died October 21, 2016 from cancer.Starting as an enlisted soldier and instructor in the elite Army Rangers in the mid 1980s before becoming an officer, Greer later joining U.S Army Special Forces Operational Detachment Delta, commonly known as Delta Force, the Army s version of SEAL Team Six He published Kill Bin Laden in 2008, recounting his participation in the unsuccessful 2001 mission to capture elusive terrorist leader Osama bin Laden when he was holed up in the Tora Bora mountains of Afghanistan He went on to write a series of other books, including a fictionalized account of special forces operations.Greer, 52, was perhaps the first in what has become a long series of shadowy warriors turned authors who traded their rifles for pens to meet the public s growing enthusiasm for details on the government s most classified missions Civilian leaders and military planners increasingly rely on these elite commandos to accomplish secret missions in modern war zones, creating tension between those willing to tell the story and others who choose to uphold their pledge to secrecy Every one of us was dubbed persona non grata by our former organization, Greer told U.S News in 2015 To some, that doesn t mean squat To others, it can be pretty painful as you lose a lot of close friends He spoke shortly after Matt Bissonnette, one of the SEALs who contributed to the 2011 mission that killed bin Laden, came under formal Pentagon inquiry for writing his own book, No Easy Day, as did Robert O Neill, another of the SEALs on that mission, who revealed himself on Fox News and claimed he fired the shot that killed the al Qaida leader.Their actions prompted top SEAL leaders to write a letter to those within their ranks, admonishing those who break from what they described as the critical tenet of our ethos, to not advertise the nature of their work or seek recognition for it We do not abide willful or selfish disregard for our core values in return for public notoriety or financial gain, Navy Rear Adm Brian Losey and Force Master Chief Michael Magaraci wrote at the time.Both Bissonnette and O Neill claimed they chose to tell their stories for the sake of the American public It was UBL, the biggest target of our generation, Greer explained at the time, using the military s prefered acronym for bin Laden, and referencing the fact that the White House confirmed reports the SEAL unit had conducted the assault Once the gates were opened by the Obama administration, I believe both Biss and Rob decided to make their claim to history while it was still marketable The greatest source of criticism for the former commandos centered on their decision not to seek approval through established channels at the Department of Defense for discussing classified information Greer submitted copies of his proposed books for review, as most others like him do, and any information the Pentagon deemed sensitive was either changed or stricken.Others who knew Greer say he was at least in part inspired to write his own book by a perceived barrier between the general public and the less than 1 percent of them who fought the seemingly never ending wars in Iraq and Afghanistan It brings a lot of pride to the American people, especially in times that are needed, says Jim Reese, founder of security consulting firm TigerSwan who served with Greer in both the Rangers and Delta as a fellow officer You ve got this organization that is in the shadows, and part of it should be But this is the New York Yankees What Tom was able to do with both his books and his fiction books was to bring the reality to Middle America, to let Americans be proud of this small element of Americans.


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    1. Win Advance Uncorrected ProofDelta Force squadron leader Kolt “Racer” Raynor and his team finds themselves in Greece to provide security for the VIP security for the newly elected American president. When the president comes in view, an assassin takes the life of the Greek prime minister instead.Raynor recognizes the killer as Rasim Miric by the signature kill. It become a hunt forMiric as he keeps evading him as he loses team members along the way. Raynor does not realie that he is also bei [...]

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    2. A fitting end to the series. Fury (Greer)'s books were wildly varied in quality, from his nearly perfect first book to his confused third book (why did the villain blow his own hand off?) . Execute Authority manages both the clear, believable action, granular detail to day to day military life, and cynically realistic geo-political outlook that highlighted the best of the series. Kolt (As shown by his pseudonym, Greer was terrible at making up names) still feels believable, with his supposedly c [...]

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    3. In this, Delta Force #5, Kolt Raynor is seeking a 'ghost'. No one else believes that there is a mercenary one-eyed sniper on the loose (who used to work with Delta). The Turks (of all people) contrive to reject all Western influence – starting first by killing the Greek Prime Minister while with the US President in Athens. The Ottoman Empire will rise again leading/controlling NATO as the US is perceived as weak and the Muslim nations of the world support/follow Turkey. The sniper next plans t [...]

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    4. Thomas Greer a.k.a “Dalton Fury” was the living embodiment of the classical Warrior Poet. To rise to a Tier One operator and then develop the literary talent to write both the non-fiction Kill Bin Laden and the Delta Force series of novels requires a level of intellect and skill that I nowhere near possess at either end of the spectrum. I learned of his passing as I finished his fourth book in the series and both anticipated and dreaded the release of Execute Authority. Greer created an impe [...]

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    5. A fast paced story from the beginning to the end of the book. Delta Force operatives Kolt Roynor and his team are providing security in Greece and after a chain events take place he realizes that it is he that is the target. Fast paced and full of action a great book. Sadly there will be no more. RIP I got this book from Netgalley I gave it 5 stars. Follow us at 1rad-readerreviews

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    6. I received a copy of Dalton Fury’s last novel, Execute Authority, for review purposes. The late Mr Fury passed away shortly after finishing the final draft of the book. The book drew me in. The nicknames were a bit confusing, but this is most likely because I’ve not read the earlier books in the series - sort of like walking in a crowded room and trying to learn everyone’s name in five minutes.While I’m looking forward to reading the earlier book, I am saddened that there will not be mor [...]

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    7. This book was received through giveaways.Execute Authority is the fifth book in a series relating to Delta Force operatives but it is the first book of the series that I have read. This is a fast paced action thriller from start to finish. Likely my enjoyment would have been enhanced had I the opportunity to read previous works in the series as character development in this book seems totally absent and certainly takes a back-seat to the action.

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    8. RIP Dalton FuryOnce you pick it up you can’t put it down, just like all his books. Knowing I will never read the further exploits of Kolt Raynor and his team is a terrible feeling. As I read the book I couldn’t help but think of his family and my heart goes out to them. Prayers for Ranger Tom and his family.

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    9. This was a Give Away.This is a fast paced action story whose characters are well developed and believable. The story line is so believable and twisted that it could come out of today's headlines. A very good book and a must buy.

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    10. Everything you want in a thriller - fast-paced action and lots of it. Sadly, like Vince Flynn, this is the last book by Dalton Fury who passed away after finishing it. I hope Kolt Raynor will somehow continue.

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    11. A satisfying read but the uncertainty of the ending ("to be continued") is practically depressing with the knowledge that this was Dalton Fury's last work before death. It may just be a fiction book but the series has certainly been enjoyable.

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    12. So sadI can't believe that this is the last book by Dalton Fury. I will early miss this author and his characters. Fair winds and following sea Sir, thank you for your service. God Bless

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    13. Great readStory kept me drawn in. Loved this series hope it's not the last we here from Kolt . Great book

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    14. I love these books; full of great action and great characters. Will miss them. RIP Dalton Fury.

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    15. Great book! I was sad to hear of Dalton Fury's passing and to know that the series will probably end. Would love to see the publisher find someone to continue telling Kolt Rayner stories.

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    16. A good book, but such a shame about the author passing away. I did like his stories because of the experiences that he brought. He and his stories will be missed.

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    17. Great book to bad it has to end. It is a shame Dalton didn't live long enough to see it published. He clearly had more books to write just not enough time to write them.

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    18. Slow to get into but ending is excellent

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    19. Enjoyable read - I like this type of book. Will have to go back and read some of this author's earlier work. So sorry that this will be his last book.

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    20. As usual a page turning read and I am deeply sorry that there won't be more of them in the future

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    21. Great book, I gave it 4 1/2 stars. Sorry to read that we have lost the author.

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    22. I really enjoyed this series.

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    23. Not a surprise here, and that's OK.

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