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Reviewed by Roy T. James for Readers' Favorite
Tricklock: Operation Powerful Vendetta by William F. Sine begins with air force para rescue man Jake Tricklock racing his truck to an awaiting helicopter, already manned and ready for a search and rescue mission. Highly successful in rescue missions as well as in neutralizing their attack plans, Tricklock becomes a target when an operation is launched by the enemy, Al Qaeda, with dreaded schemer Khalid at the helm. Tricklock is joined by his son, a budding engineer who is adept at the latest in technology and who is also excited, thanks to watching TV shows featuring his father in many graphic scenes of rescue and action. In inclement weather and an unfriendly terrain, the team has to spend their last drop of energy, determination and grit to surpass an equally determined enemy that is also blinded by indoctrination to everything except their aims.
Tricklock: Operation Powerful Vendetta by William F. Sine is action from the word go. The hardships of living in hostile areas, the difficulties of arranging medical help, and the need to be always on one's toes are shown here remarkably well. To be always one up on the enemy, the basic ingredient of success in any mission, is there for all to see, in the way actions are planned and executed by both sides. A good book, with fast paced action and well planned moves, but in some places detailed descriptions got the better of crisp narrative, the natural element of a thriller.