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Could you save the world, if your world was falling apart? Chris Collins is a CIA Deputy Director with a history of rogue missions. He's lost his wife, his career, and maybe his friends...but there are new "friends" around every corner.And along with the new friends some powerful new enemies. Non-stop action across exotic locations.Chris Collins just can't catch a Could you save the world, if your world was falling apart? Chris Collins is a CIA Deputy Director with a history of rogue missions. He's lost his wife, his career, and maybe his friends...but there are new "friends" around every corner.And along with the new friends some powerful new enemies. Non-stop action across exotic locations.Chris Collins just can't catch a break. Read all about it in the first full length novel in the hit Chris Collins CIA Thriller series. You'll laugh some, you'll cry some, you'll hold your breath, and then you'll hope to hell he survives for another adventure. Readers of James Rollins, Matthew Reilly, and Mark Dawson will LOVE this series. Pick up a copy, put the phone on silent, and lock the door - this is going to be an all-nighter!


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Could you save the world, if your world was falling apart? Chris Collins is a CIA Deputy Director with a history of rogue missions. He's lost his wife, his career, and maybe his friends...but there are new "friends" around every corner.And along with the new friends some powerful new enemies. Non-stop action across exotic locations.Chris Collins just can't catch a Could you save the world, if your world was falling apart? Chris Collins is a CIA Deputy Director with a history of rogue missions. He's lost his wife, his career, and maybe his friends...but there are new "friends" around every corner.And along with the new friends some powerful new enemies. Non-stop action across exotic locations.Chris Collins just can't catch a break. Read all about it in the first full length novel in the hit Chris Collins CIA Thriller series. You'll laugh some, you'll cry some, you'll hold your breath, and then you'll hope to hell he survives for another adventure. Readers of James Rollins, Matthew Reilly, and Mark Dawson will LOVE this series. Pick up a copy, put the phone on silent, and lock the door - this is going to be an all-nighter!

30 review for Capitol Break

  1. 4 out of 5

    Todd

    Great book at a break-neck pace. Read this one in 2 days!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jim A

    Another run of the mill story featuring a disgraced CIA agent running all over Europe and Northern Africa trying to solve the mystery of who framed him and why. And, as usual, it all comes back to Washington politics. Several others in the series, but I think I'll pass. Another run of the mill story featuring a disgraced CIA agent running all over Europe and Northern Africa trying to solve the mystery of who framed him and why. And, as usual, it all comes back to Washington politics. Several others in the series, but I think I'll pass.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tony Parsons

    Washington DC. Emma Oakland (chief fundraiser) was trying to get everyone’s attention. She introduced Senator Matthew McGoldrick (Presidential candidate). Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma). Restaurant. Tsu (f) & Marco (Tsu’s colleague) took cover. Shots were being fired. Marco had been killed. Tsu loaded the assailant up in the van. George Bush Center for Intelligence (CIA Headquarters) Langley, McLean, Fairfax County, VA. Chris Collins (former CIA Deputy Director, retired US Navy SEALs officer) Washington DC. Emma Oakland (chief fundraiser) was trying to get everyone’s attention. She introduced Senator Matthew McGoldrick (Presidential candidate). Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma). Restaurant. Tsu (f) & Marco (Tsu’s colleague) took cover. Shots were being fired. Marco had been killed. Tsu loaded the assailant up in the van. George Bush Center for Intelligence (CIA Headquarters) Langley, McLean, Fairfax County, VA. Chris Collins (former CIA Deputy Director, retired US Navy SEALs officer) informed CIA Director Helen Miller he was quitting. Off the Record bar. Chris had spotted someone he hadn’t seen in quite a while; Basem Lellouche (aka Adham Mokrani, professional hitman). He decided he better follow him. When Chris awoke the Nurse told him you have a broken nose, collarbone & severe concussion. Pakati Stadium. Osman is to meet with Sheikh Habib (SIA leader) Chris was on the run he had been accused of murder. It was Basem Lellouche (aka Adham Mokrani, professional hitman) that had killed the female. What is the McGoldrick group planning? I do not receive any type of compensation for reading & reviewing free books from publishers & authors. Therefore, I am under no obligation to write a positive review, only an honest one. An awesome book cover, great font & writing style. A very professionally written CIA Thriller book. It was extremely easy for me to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. There were no grammar/typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a great description list of unique characters, settings, facts etc. to keep track of. This could also make another great CIA Thriller movie, or better yet a mini TV series. To be continued. There is no doubt in my mind this is an extremely easy rating of 5 stars. Thank you for the free author; Tropical Thrillers Press; Beachbum Brigade Reader Group; BookFunnel; FreeBooksy; eBookStage; Amazon Digital Services LLC.; book. Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)

  4. 4 out of 5

    John

    This is a great follow-on to Rogue Enemy where Chris wound up being demoted. In this story, he has advised his boss that he was resigning from the CIA. Shortly thereafter, he was being pursued for assaulting an individual. Chris knew that he would have to clear his name and the only way that he was going to be able to do that would be finding out the conspiracy that was going on in D.C. He wound up traveling overseas to Ireland and then while trying to get to France, he almost drowned in a boat This is a great follow-on to Rogue Enemy where Chris wound up being demoted. In this story, he has advised his boss that he was resigning from the CIA. Shortly thereafter, he was being pursued for assaulting an individual. Chris knew that he would have to clear his name and the only way that he was going to be able to do that would be finding out the conspiracy that was going on in D.C. He wound up traveling overseas to Ireland and then while trying to get to France, he almost drowned in a boat that he stole to avoid the law enforcement people looking for him. During this same time, Tsu, who helped him in Rogue Enemy, also was tracking an individual and in the end also interfaced in Chris's task. The individual that Tsu was pursuing attempted an assassination on the Ambassador in Morroco assisted the individual that Chris was chasing. The attempt was broken up and if you want to find out what the conspiracy in D.C. was about, who was included in the potential coup and what happened to TSU, then you need to read this book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kenneth Lingenfelter

    Chris gets demoted and decides to retire from the CIA. He gets framed for a crime he did not commit. Chris goes on the run to try to prove his innocence. A politician, McGoldrick, that is being framed to work with an international crime unit. McGoldrick wants to run for higher office and will do what ever he can to achieve that goal. The director of the CIA is not what she seems. Chris again works the Tsu to try to break up the international crime unit. This novel has a lot of action. A page tur Chris gets demoted and decides to retire from the CIA. He gets framed for a crime he did not commit. Chris goes on the run to try to prove his innocence. A politician, McGoldrick, that is being framed to work with an international crime unit. McGoldrick wants to run for higher office and will do what ever he can to achieve that goal. The director of the CIA is not what she seems. Chris again works the Tsu to try to break up the international crime unit. This novel has a lot of action. A page turner thriller.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Brian Doyle

    An action packed on the go thriller. Chris Collins has been framed and has to go on the run to both get away from people who are tracking and trying to kill him, while trying to find out why a senator wants him dead and what the conspiracy regarding the Senator and the presidency is all about. Meanwhile Tsu is also involved in trying to track down the killer of her partner and through following her leads find that her and Chris's investigations become the same and they join forces. A very enjoyab An action packed on the go thriller. Chris Collins has been framed and has to go on the run to both get away from people who are tracking and trying to kill him, while trying to find out why a senator wants him dead and what the conspiracy regarding the Senator and the presidency is all about. Meanwhile Tsu is also involved in trying to track down the killer of her partner and through following her leads find that her and Chris's investigations become the same and they join forces. A very enjoyable and exciting read. Recommended for readers who enjoy non stop action and a very good story line

  7. 5 out of 5

    David Taylor

    This second episode in the Chris Collins CIA Thriller series is action packed, filled with double crosses and unexpected intrigue as well as allegiances of necessity. Capitol Break is one of those stories that demands to be consumed in one sitting, even putting it down to eat takes extraordinary will power. While I have enjoyed several of David Berens other series, I have to say Chris Collins is rapidly becoming my favorite.  

  8. 5 out of 5

    Robert J. Barr

    Tough read Plot and characters were tough to follow. The narrative kept jumping from character to character, location to location. It was well along in the novel before the connections started to gel. Some device to signal that a jump was occurring would have been helpful: stars, lines, phrases like "Meanwhile in Corabuca". I almost dropped the book four times. But I had enough curiosity to keep coming back. It was almost worth the effort. Tough read Plot and characters were tough to follow. The narrative kept jumping from character to character, location to location. It was well along in the novel before the connections started to gel. Some device to signal that a jump was occurring would have been helpful: stars, lines, phrases like "Meanwhile in Corabuca". I almost dropped the book four times. But I had enough curiosity to keep coming back. It was almost worth the effort.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Asiaman

    Chris Collins is always in trouble and you can count on there being a lot of thrilling chases and even some laughs. This book is non-stop action and it is hard to stop reading it once you start. Make sure you have time to finish it in one sitting or you will be up too late. Chris is a character that is my personal favorite. Try it and you will not be sorry. You will soon become a fan for sure.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Bob Hurley

    Political Power Grab Part One of currently a Chris Collins trilogy, enjoyable read with Collins apparently being sidelined by the he CIA. He leaves and then finds out his sidelining was a deliberate plot. So off he goes to investigate the who and the why. With the help of friends both within and outside the CIA he reviews the case. Good read, you are however left at a cliff edge.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia A

    The enemy is ? Chris Collins, history of rogue actions, finds his world falling apart. Trust is a problem because he is surrounded by a force that wants him to lose everything. He sets out to find where the terrorist activity is coming from and those responsible. Lots of action and interesting story.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Robb

    I definitely felt like this was a more plot driven or action driven style than a character driven style. I never really felt like I got to know the characters beyond the basic level. The story was interesting, but not enough that I feel like I have to go out and search for the next book in the series, sorry to say.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Melinda

    4am...Had to finish! This was so worth the late night/early morning! You really can't stop reading this superbly written book. So many people trying hard to stay in the limelight but also in a secret society pulling the strings leading to murder, political espionage, just about every angle you can think of. 4am...Had to finish! This was so worth the late night/early morning! You really can't stop reading this superbly written book. So many people trying hard to stay in the limelight but also in a secret society pulling the strings leading to murder, political espionage, just about every angle you can think of.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sandra B. Culbertson

    Fantastic If I could give more than 5 stars for this novel I would. It was fast paced and filled with adventure and memorable characters that kept me glued to my seat. I finished it one sitting.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Clint Austill

    Great Book with well developed characters, and a plot that will keep you turning pages. It's honestly one if the best books I've read. Highly recommend. Looking forward to reading more from this author. Great Book with well developed characters, and a plot that will keep you turning pages. It's honestly one if the best books I've read. Highly recommend. Looking forward to reading more from this author.

  16. 4 out of 5

    GW

    Capitol Break Not a fan. Started slow but then seemed like it was going to pick up and get better. Maybe it does further on in the book but I only made it to 18%. Continual ‘F bomb’ used as a young man who just discovered the word might use it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    Twists and Turns Good adventure thriller that is fast paced, full of twists and turns , and with key players that come together for a surprising ending. Leaves the reader ready to start the next book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mary Ann Olsztyn

    I enjoyed this story. Action packed and the characters are likeable. There are a few sentences throughout the book that are awkward. Maybe a spell check error or the lack of a good editor but nothing that is earth shattering.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Garry Thompson

    What a waste of time. Started to quit midway, but stuck with the book. I should have quit and gave the story the rating it deserved - a single star rating. No, I will not read the rest of the series. Books like this may yet lead me to the nearest TV.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Judith Sherrod

    Capitol Break A CIA thriller with a twist. Everyone is a traitor. A deputy director that is for the other side is in league with a corrupt senator running for president. They are trying to kill off all the law abiding citizens, leaving the country in unreliable hands.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dewey Carroll Brackett

    Too much profanity I tried to read this story but it was too much for me . It was f this and f that and what the f. Can a writer not write without doing this? I won't read any more from this author. Too much profanity I tried to read this story but it was too much for me . It was f this and f that and what the f. Can a writer not write without doing this? I won't read any more from this author.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sebastian Barrow

    Great read! Clever writing here when there are 2 seemingly different stories that eventually mould into one. Chris being hunted by more and more people determined to kill him and Tsu who is trying to find connections in her operation. A good thriller by these two authors.

  23. 5 out of 5

    John Roach,

    Another enthralling yarn from one of my favourite authors

  24. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    Mostly interesting and well-written - but too detailed in places making for some long, boring stretches.

  25. 4 out of 5

    James W. Stewart

    Suspenseful An action packed, page turning spy adventure with a great lead character you come to want to follow into his every adventure.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jack Heath

    Synopsis: has Collins been set-up at the CIA? He senses a conspiracy; instead he finds himself demoted. He's back working with Tsu. Synopsis: has Collins been set-up at the CIA? He senses a conspiracy; instead he finds himself demoted. He's back working with Tsu.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jimbro

    Good read Plenty of plot twist. I liked the two separate threads comming together in the final chapters, a good foundation for future episodes.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Rizello

    Chris Collins is a CIA employee, recently demoted. He goes on the run because of a case, causing him to wonder who he can trust.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ed

    Loved it! Non-stop action in interesting situations.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Betty

    Double cross Plenty of action in this plot . Chris tries to find what is happening only to be doublecrossed by someone he trust.

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