Mission Critical - Mark Greaney

Mission Critical

By Mark Greaney

  • Release Date: 2019-02-19
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 3,020 Ratings

Description

THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER 

From Mark Greaney, the New York Times bestselling author of Gunmetal Gray and a coauthor of Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan novels, comes a high-stakes thriller featuring the world's most dangerous assassin: the Gray Man.


Court Gentry's flight on a CIA transport plane is interrupted when a security team brings a hooded man aboard. They want to kick Gentry off the flight but are overruled by CIA headquarters. The mystery man is being transported to England where a joint CIA/MI6 team will interrogate him about a mole in Langley.

When they land in an isolated airbase in the U.K., they are attacked by a hostile force who kidnaps the prisoner. Only Gentry escapes. His handlers send him after the attackers, but what can one operative do against a trained team of assassins? A lot, when that operative is the Gray Man.

Reviews

  • Great

    5
    By TxDogstar
    Best one yet
  • Mission Critical

    5
    By DrGSW
    Simply excellent. At no point did I say to myself, "Come on, get onto another thread."
  • Mission Critical

    5
    By Patviard
    Great read, could not put it down.
  • Great books

    5
    By Port2075
    Lots of action. It moves fast. Great story and it kept me interested.
  • Great Read

    5
    By kmeyer430
    Really do enjoy reading all of the grey man novels
  • 3 words

    5
    By Italianqqq
    Solid. Funny. Great.
  • Absolutely

    5
    By Red!1
    Outstanding!
  • Just a really good read.

    5
    By Flinthills Jim
    I am really enjoying the Gray Man series. I highly recommend.
  • Awesome book. Loved every page‼️

    5
    By One year plan
    Great action, flowed extremely well.
  • Gray Man Lives To Fight On For Both Good & Evil

    5
    By Late Night T43
    This is a classic Mark Greaney novel with just the right amount of suspense and probability to keep you turning the pages and staying up late to see how the good survive and the bad guys are terminated. The only problem is that each book seems to get longer and more complex with side stories.