Vince Flynn appears on the USA’s O’Reilly Factor to talk about his latest book Extreme Measures.
In this clip he also talks about the parallels from his book to real policy and what is torture.
Fed up with political spin? What if America’s leaders were held accountable for their broken promises and made to pay for their corruption?
On an overcast night in Washington DC, a group of highly-trained killers embark on a mission of shattering brutality. A shocked country awakens to the devastating news that three of their most powerful and unscrupulous politicians have been violently murdered.
In the political firestorm and media frenzy that follow, the assassins release their demands: either the country’s leaders set aside their petty, partisan politics and restore power to the people, or they will be held to deadly account.
TERM LIMITS is a tour de force of suspense, in which the ultimate democratic ideal – a government of the people – is taken to a devastating extreme
For a full list of Characters in Term Limits Click here for our Term Limits Character listing.
Vince Flynn’s first book Term Limits was published in 1997. This first book is a standalone thriller and while not containing Mitch Rapp it does feature several other characters which feature in future books. Term Limits is an instant page turner and became an instant bestseller.
Vince Flynn then released Transfer of Power in 1999. Transfer of Power introduces us to Mitch Rapp a CIA counter terrorism operative who is called upon to keep America and the world safe by any means necessary.
Mitch Rapp’s task of keeping America safe is not an easy one and Vince Flynn has written several more books in which he faces ever more dangerous foes both foreign and domestic! Each book makes a great read even without reading the previous.
For the full experience though you should read the books in order as the characters life’s progress from book to book, relationships form and past missions are referred to.
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(Note while we try not to spoil the read, the summaries may detail previous books events.)