My latest read was No Mercy by John Gilstrap. It is the first book in his Jonathan Graves series. Jonathan Grave is a wealthy ex-Delta Force soldier who owns a private security company. He specializes in hostage rescue missions and has connections to FBI. The book opens with a rescue operation gone bad that develops
into a much more complex storyline. The level of violence is high and some readers may struggle with the ethical decisions made by the main characters. The character develop is solid. I enjoyed Gilstrap’s prose style, but there are a fair number of editing issues in the text.
I have attached an interview with Gilstrap about the book. Overall, I give it a 4/5 rating and expect I will try a couple more books in the series.
By John Gilstrap
When those inside the corridors of power need help outside the law, they know who to call. Jonathan Grave, covert rescue specialist, always gets results.No names. No feds. No trace evidence.
When an Indiana college student is abducted, Jonathan and his team of ace operatives unravel a deadly scheme the government wants ignored. Someone wants to control a devastating secret. Someone rich, powerful, and willing to kill anyone to get it. Even the people Jonathan loves most.
Published June 30, 2014
462 pages (print)