Review: The Forgotten Soldier by Brad Taylor

By | February 9th, 2016|Categories: Action & Adventure, Genre Fiction, Literature & Fiction, Military, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense|Tags: , , , , , |2 Comments

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forgotten soldier book coverReviewed by Caleb Shadis

The Forgotten Soldier is the ninth book in the Pike Logan thriller series. This is the third one in a row that I’ve read and I liked it more than the other two–even though the start made me wonder if I’d like it at all! Great setup and finish.

A task force man, Guy George, had a brother in Afghanistan as part of a special forces op and the whole team was ambushed and killed. His belongings are shipped back and by special request, are not ‘scrubbed’. Typically, belongings would be cleaned and filtered to spare the family extra hardship. As it is, Guy receives the same package his brother had for the mission he was on. The package contains information about the mission and photos of four targets–likely the same people who caused his brother’s demise.

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