Trap the Devil

Trap the Devil

Large Print - 2017
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"A group of some of the most powerful people in the government, the military, and the private sector, has begun a brutal plan to quietly take over the U.S. government. Standing in their way is one woman, running for her life, who knows the truth, and Dewey Andrews, the one person who can stop them."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Large Print, 2017
Edition: Center Point Large Print edition
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9781683246022
1683246020
Characteristics: 606 pages (large print) ; 23 cm
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SEBoiko
Aug 26, 2017

Brevity is the soul of wit.

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SEBoiko
Aug 26, 2017

Nothing is fair.

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SEBoiko
Aug 26, 2017

Strategy is just as important as tactical.

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SEBoiko
Aug 26, 2017

The ugly truth is the United States government needs you to be on the edge.

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SEBoiko
Aug 26, 2017

Protecting the most important asset America has, its leader.

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USAF1969
Aug 28, 2017

Coes delivers another non-stop action thriller with a great story line. The idea of a shadow government taking over the USA (or anywhere else) creeps me out. This story reaches back to earlier CIA days when mechanisms were put in place that provide opportunities for individuals in government to run shadow operations that get corrupted to something really evil. All the while reading this book, you keep asking can this really happen to our country. Coes walks a tightrope between setting up a false premise for shadow operatives to take over the government (all Muslims are bad and must be wiped out) and using that premise to justify murdering elected officials to take control of the country. So Dewey Andreas is all about catching the bad guys, and uses violent force to do that, but at the same time struggles within himself over the things he does to achieve the goal of protecting the country and the side effects his actions have on others who are essentially innocent bystanders. Good read.

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StarGladiator
Jul 24, 2017

Geez, looking at the back cover, this author really has some kind of gigantic skull/forehead; kind of reminds me of that dug-up mummified alien from Nazca:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZPDhPeQnRY
Not kidding, except for the lack of the nose, this alien and the author . . .

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kmre_37
Jul 24, 2017

As a long-time reader of Coes previous books, I thought the writing style was a little odd for the first couple of chapters but otherwise the storyline was fantastic. I highly recommend this book!

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AlmadenAFS
Jul 13, 2017

Coes is Coes, a master at his craft. First fifty pages you are Andreas. You feel his anger, you feel his hate, Andreas is no longer a story character, he is you and you are him wanting to make life better but doing it by his rules. Can not put this book down.

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