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Mitch would use violence to stop terrorists

Memorial Day - Vince Flynn

The good guys and the bad guys have different rules.

While the bad guys, the religious zealots who would kill women and children, in their way insult a country. The good guys have civil rights and lawyers. 


Could violence be justified if one could save lives?


In the fantasy world like the one Mitch Rapp lives in, yes. Torture might gain result if the religious persons are shock into telling the truth. 


The better thing to do is to get the necessary information without using violence. 


The publicists are the bad guys also in this book.


So far, a really good one. It put the readers in the mind of the terrorists who are convinced that their god asked for sacrifice of the lives of the non believers, the infidels. 


Religious mind is sick mind in the story. 


Nuclear bomb is being smuggled into the country and used for killing many people including the president. Mitch nature is to protect so he hunted the bad guys and try to stop them from execute their terrorist plan.


Really nice reading. Interesting character developments. Mitch is very angry at the terrorists and he is also angry that he didn't get the support he needed to deal with the terrorists. 


Interested to know what he would do next. And how we would learn that his lesson.


4.5 stars.