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Trained Marine sniper Nathan McBride is the sole survivor of Montez de Oca, the brutal Nicaraguan interrogator who tortured countless souls to death before vanishing fourteen years ago. Though McBride’s body—as well as his soul—still bear the scars from the interrogator’s blade, he dares to hope the worst is behind him.But when the FBI recovers a mutilated body from a remoTrained Marine sniper Nathan McBride is the sole survivor of Montez de Oca, the brutal Nicaraguan interrogator who tortured countless souls to death before vanishing fourteen years ago. Though McBride’s body—as well as his soul—still bear the scars from the interrogator’s blade, he dares to hope the worst is behind him.But when the FBI recovers a mutilated body from a remote Utah lake, McBride needs just one glimpse to know the truth: Montez de Oca has resurfaced, this time on American soil. And McBride will be damned if he lets him escape again. So begins a quest for justice that will push McBride to the edge, pitting his capacity for mercy against his hunger for vengeance in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse that will reach into the highest levels of the US government....

Title : Forced to Kill
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ISBN : 11953868
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 323 Pages
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Forced to Kill Reviews

  • steve spikes
    2019-05-15 12:16

    GoodUp to standard good plot good action and suspense.I enjoy the character of Nathan McBride even though he is larger than life.

  • Jim A
    2019-05-02 08:18

    First: No longer applicable. The error has been fixed.Second: If you haven't read the first book you will miss a lot of the character development and relationships necessary to understand the interactions in this book.Third: The author spends too much time revisiting the 'ghosts' that plague McBride. Once or twice would have been sufficient, in my opinion.Overall I gave it a four star. The book moves right along, even with the above mentioned flaw. I picked it up via Kindle and I think the book price, $2.99. to be very reasonable for this type of thriller. While I won't compare the author to Silva or Flynn, I think readers of this genre will find the book a good read.EDITED August 2013.

  • Barbara ★
    2019-05-06 13:15

    I received Forced to Kill as a promotional giveaway and even though I haven't read First to Kill yet, I needed something to listen to in the car so I grabbed book two. Without the first book to compare it to, I'm going to say that this was action-packed and I really liked both Nathan McBride and his side-kick Harvey. Not having read the first book, I enjoyed the flashbacks which gave a little insight into Nathan's PTSD which I'm sure those who read the first book found excessive. Let me rephrase that, I enjoyed learning what caused Nathan's PTSD not the fact that he was tortured. I can honestly say that I wanted to reach through the pages and tear Montez apart with my bare hands so I can only imagine what Nathan wanted to do the crazy a**hole. This story isn't for the faint of heart as there is graphic details of torture and sadism that seems entirely too real and possible. I will definitely be reading First to Kill in the near future.

  • Rick Fisher
    2019-05-07 11:18

    Even better than the first.Everything about this series is incredible. But, it starts with great writing. Andrew Peterson does a masterful job of storytelling. He has created a remarkable cast of characters...living, surviving and growing in a terrifying world of chaotic evil and double crossing politics.This series has two of the best lead characters I've ever encountered with Nathan McBride and Harvey Fontana. Their bond is unbreakable. Their love and respect for each other is the capstone of this series. And, thankfully, both FBI agents Holly Simpson and Mary Grangefield are present as well, since they are two of the most impressive female characters I've read in years.

  • daniel
    2019-04-26 09:09

    The book Moves quickly and keeps you interested. I Really enjoyed the book. I Will read the next one. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes to read series thrillers and action books.The book Moves quickly and keeps you interested. I Really enjoyed the book. I Will read the next one. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes to read series thrillers and action books.

  • michael alan cast
    2019-05-13 12:14

    Nathan McBride is an amazing character....Nathan McBride, a character created by a very talented writer, Andrew Peterson, is one of the most interesting characters I've ever read about. Nathan is an ex scout sniper that was captured by a monster, Montez de Oca; a monster that specializes in interrogation, his methods are truly a horror and difficult to comprehend by any sane person. Scarred both physically and mentally, Nathan still remains an honorable man, even though the torture has created a raging, callous, monster nearly as bad as the monster Montez...but the difference is, Nathan is also a true patriot and hero. Nathan and his best friend (and also his spotter from Nathan's sniper days) Harvey Fontana, now are "special assets" for the government when they need things done that need to be hidden below the radar of red tape and bureaucracy. Nathan has a deep since of duty, and a fierce regard for those that can't protect themselves. To harm an innocent or a child will bring Nathan's retribution down on the wicked, his wrath is terrible, swift, and hard. I've really enjoyed reading this series. Peterson's writing style is heavy with research and believability. I will he reading this whole series. HERE'S A BRIEF SUMMARY, NO SPOILERS:After a body wrapped in chain link fence is pulled up from the depths, it appears that the poor soul has been mutilated, wrapped in the heavy galvanized links, and thrown into the water, still ALIVE! The mutilation is the signature torture of a monster. Nathan and Harv find out that the beast, Montez "the goose" de Oca is in the United States. Nathan's nightmare demons rise to the surface. Harv tries desperately to calm his friend, but Nathan is not to be denied. He is going to catch the man that nearly killed him no matter the costs. Not only for his own personal vendetta, but also because Montez has his hands on an innocent woman...and her two daughters! The thought of what the monster Montez could be doing to them is enough to bring out "The Other" in Nathan. The part of Nathan that is unleashed when he has been pushed too far. The part that many criminals have found to be the last thing they see before they gladly embrace death. ......Wow...Fans from a wide range of many different genre's will enjoy this series.

  • mrs j a hewitt
    2019-05-22 11:25

    A rollercoaster of a ride !Its corny but I really couldn't put this book down from the moment I started reading it . the characters are so real and I found myself rooting for them to succeed & survive ( well most of them ! ) .would definitely recommend if you like thrillers involving James Bond type heroes !!

  • Kenny Bellew
    2019-05-16 12:11

    This is the 2nd book in Andrew Peterson's Nathan McBride series. Nathan is an ex-CIA op who must hunt down the man who tortured him years earlier and stop the same man from doing the same to others. This book is rated 4.14 on GoodReads and is 323 pages. I rated it 4.0/5.0. I'll read book 3. This book is a fun read. The ending could have been more succinct, but it was fine. I mean, once all outstanding plot issues have been addressed, I feel an author should wrap up the book in like a paragraph or so. We don't need a lap around the track to cool down.

  • Martha
    2019-05-04 10:20

    I almost stopped at the beginning because the violence was too disturbing. But it calmed down. It may be a good series. I liked the leads.

  • Mike Nemeth
    2019-05-05 10:28

    After reading the first in Andrew Peterson's Nathan McBride series, cracking the second, "Forced to Kill," felt slightly like the author could be delving too deep into the protagonist's dark side. McBride, an ex special ops agent for the CIA and a former marine sniper, is as damaged a main character as they come. He's got demons, referenced for background purposes in the first novel and amplified by the recurring nightmares he has and the reactions he has when wakes up next to somebody. He's afraid he'll kill anybody close because his dreams are that intense. A fellow named Montez de Oca tortured McBride after an assignment gone bad in the steamy jungles of Nicaragua. For three weeks, de Oca extracted information from his prisoner, using especially violent and sadistic methods. He crisscrossed the ex soldier's body with cuts. They weren't deep enough to kill, but they did the job of inflicting pain, especially when de Oca inserted the taser into the cuts an unleashed a bolt of electricity into the exposed nerve endings. McBride nearly died and would have if not for his rescue by partner Harvey Fontana, the man with whom he later successfully entered into a private security business. Now de Oca has resurfaced. A body turns up with the same distinctive torture carvings at the bottom of a reservoir. The FBI and CIA get involved. McBride is given the green light to investigate. But there's more going on. Every thread McBride pulls seems to unravel something rotten and make him relive his torture. Peterson has a gift for detailing unpleasantness and makes his story readable. His paces the story quickly, slowly building his characters and their motivations. He description of places, professions, weapons and everything else in this trade show meticulous research. But they're brief and don't slow the story. Just enough. I hit the Kindle "buy now" button to keep reading this novel after the first and did the same with the third. Had to have more. I've spent the balance of the last four weeks with McBride and don't intend to stop until I've exhausted the available library.

  • Linda Goudreau
    2019-05-16 10:29

    I have had this book for months.....I was actually afraid to read this book. I have gone thru the intro pages at least 3 times. And I was sure I had blundered into a sickeningly graphic blood and gore story that would make my heart feel awful and leave me with bad memories for the rest of my life. Don't get me wrong there are some of those in this book, but Andrew Peterson handles them wisely and skillfully. This is a good book, the story is well thought out. The characters are real and really care for each other. The bad guy is truly bad to the core, glad he got what he did. Hard to believe our government is as wacked out as shown in this book. I believe there is a spark of truth in this book. Looking forward to getting thru the others in this series. I still have never watched the Shining or any of the Godfather movies or any Rambo or Rocky shows. Thanks, Amarillo Turtle

  • Katie Seehusen
    2019-05-01 10:12

    Another great installment of the Nathan McBride series. This book gave a little insight into what happened to Nathan at the hands of Montez, you also get some information about Montez's character as well. There is a trap that some authors fall into that kind of drives me nuts. They describe certain scenes or situations the same way every time and they happen a lot through out the books. First, when people meet Nathan they will stare at his face and he will judge them on their reaction or lack there of. Second, when Hav eats he will eat a lot and it will surprise Nathan. And third, which may not continue after this book, but I will see, is that Nathan will at some point struggle with this dark side and then be disappointed at himself for it. These are the reasons why this won't be a 5 star novel, but I really liked the book and I now own the rest of the series.

  • Michele Thomas
    2019-05-08 08:04

    New favorite series & authorSpec Ops story that puts you personally into the story, ducking into shadows and chasing the "bad guys". The characters have personalities so real and reactions so honest...I sometimes forgot this was a book and thought about the characters when I wasn't reading, which can make it difficult to not pick up and continue reading when I had other things to attend to.I recommend this series to action addicts, especially those who enjoy a love story without the smut.

  • Charris
    2019-05-05 08:27

    The series starring Nathan McBride and Harvey Fontano continues. This time they are actively searching for the man who tortured Nathan when he was captured. Colonel Juan Montez de Oca is operating in the United States and has already killed one man and kidnapped a woman and her two daughters. His interrogation methods include torture. The CIA and other top ranking government officials want Montez captured alive. Nathan and his partner race to find the missing woman and her daughters before Montez disappears forever. Another great thriller that keeps you turning pages until the end.

  • D
    2019-04-22 11:27

    This is a wounded hero that's easy to root for -- sort of a battered Jack Reacher. This second in a six part series gives a lot of background on his traumatic past that's led to who he is today. And it's a chance for him to face a past demon. It's a good tale, but only if you're into this type of story. Not really really a great novel, but entertaining pulp fiction. For what it is, it's a good story told well.

  • Mark
    2019-05-05 08:32

    Started out this book wondering why I was reading it - it was so formula/stereotype it was annoying, but could not put it down either. In the end, I did enjoy this bood - and since the next book in the series is free, I'm on to that one... Go figure.In this book, Nathan has to confront that man who tortured him nearly to death 11? years earlier. Finding and killing the man becomes a lot more complicated than he could ever have imagined.

  • bonnie kirchner
    2019-05-21 15:02

    Forced to KillThis is a really exciting series. It keeps you in suspense up until the very end . I love the thrill of this series . I highly recommend it. Keeps you on the edge of your seat . Believe me when you start this book you won't want to put it down.

  • Pam Royston
    2019-05-01 15:13

    Nathan and Harv get pulled into another government take down. This again is a situation where if caught they would be acting outside the sanctuary of the government. Plot is good with enough twists to keep one guessing. There is a lot of violence.

  • Anita Savage
    2019-05-13 08:03

    Another four star novel.More late nights unable to put the book down. A story filled with action, psychological insight into the problems faced by some people in the military service and still the honesty, loyalty and integrity remain. On now to the next book in this series.

  • Edward Hansen
    2019-05-16 09:04

    Great read.Nathan Mcbride is definitely the new series I've been missing. It's easy to get lost while reading and being a former United States Marine it feels good to read about the exploits of Nathan and Harvey. Plenty of action and suspense that's well written and thought out.

  • Todd Lindstrom
    2019-04-27 09:30

    Fantastic ThrillerGreat characters and a really dark plot go a long way in this author's book. This is a thrill a minute coaster ride. Great Read! Looking forward to reading more from this author.

  • brian millar
    2019-05-01 11:13

    Yet another great wrkiy Yet AnotherPPP M!M ! YET ANOTHER GREAT STORIE....????Yet another gteahtYet another fine lengthy ctionstoriePYet another great book

  • Linda Pobanz
    2019-05-05 07:21

    TortureIt was great! I don't know all the terms so I read slowly with these books. That's alright because they're so good, reading them slow is required. I really enjoyed it and can't wait until the next one.

  • Mark Morris
    2019-04-28 14:16

    I enjoyed this book very much I plan to read the series

  • Eleanore Greene
    2019-05-20 14:05

    Way to go Nathan!Just started reading this series. I'm intrigued and can't wait to turn the page. Can't wait to get to the next one!

  • Niesha N Foster
    2019-05-05 13:15

    Captivating A nice follow up to the first book in the series. Great descriptive writing helps put you in the action. Look forward to reading RJ third and find installment.

  • Dave Rohee
    2019-04-28 07:20

    Great story!I really enjoyed this book! The plot was well conceived and putting a personal side of a sniper on view was needed to make the story complete. Loved this series.

  • Meir Horvitz
    2019-05-22 11:26

    Fast readThe author's writing pace keeps you involved. You don't want to put the story down. you need t.I reaD your all so

  • John
    2019-04-23 10:22

    Another great time readingThis was another great book to read. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a fast moving story. With lots of creator.

  • Gail
    2019-05-07 09:02

    Very interesting read. Nathan & Harvey make a good partnership. Lots of other good characters as well.