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Mitch Rapp being pulled into another political battle

The Third Option - Vince Flynn

Now that I have finished, the story setup is even better than I've expected. 


Unlike Lee Child Jack Reacher, Mitch Rapp is part of a team. And killing him might hurt someone else that is much higher in the political food chain.


The plotting is a bit lost to me. There are characters that are not fully introduced and how they would play a part in the future.


But one thing is clear. Mitch was determined to quit because he want to have a family. An agent is not a good job to start a family of his own.


He was on a job in Germany and things got hairy. 


Now he still don't know who want him dead and why.


That's for the next one. No wonder this series is so popular.