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CIA agent Jordan Sandor's mission is more complex and has more at stake than any he has faced before. From Bermuda to the United Kingdom, from France to the deserts of Iraq, Jordan must face down villains both known and unknown, recognized and hidden, as he struggles to prevent the deaths of tens of thousands of innocent people. Needing more help than ever, Sandor calls up CIA agent Jordan Sandor's mission is more complex and has more at stake than any he has faced before. From Bermuda to the United Kingdom, from France to the deserts of Iraq, Jordan must face down villains both known and unknown, recognized and hidden, as he struggles to prevent the deaths of tens of thousands of innocent people. Needing more help than ever, Sandor calls upon his usual group of talented associates, as well as top CIA analyst Beth Sharrow, a former lover still willing to risk her life and career to help Sandor. The action begins on the first page and does not end until the explosive climax.


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CIA agent Jordan Sandor's mission is more complex and has more at stake than any he has faced before. From Bermuda to the United Kingdom, from France to the deserts of Iraq, Jordan must face down villains both known and unknown, recognized and hidden, as he struggles to prevent the deaths of tens of thousands of innocent people. Needing more help than ever, Sandor calls up CIA agent Jordan Sandor's mission is more complex and has more at stake than any he has faced before. From Bermuda to the United Kingdom, from France to the deserts of Iraq, Jordan must face down villains both known and unknown, recognized and hidden, as he struggles to prevent the deaths of tens of thousands of innocent people. Needing more help than ever, Sandor calls upon his usual group of talented associates, as well as top CIA analyst Beth Sharrow, a former lover still willing to risk her life and career to help Sandor. The action begins on the first page and does not end until the explosive climax.

30 review for Rogue Mission

  1. 5 out of 5

    Malachi Antal

    the Damascus scenes were awesome, awesome action scenes. tad unrealistic like James Bond bullshit surveillance techniques the Damascus scenes were awesome, awesome action scenes. tad unrealistic like James Bond bullshit surveillance techniques

  2. 5 out of 5

    Erikazi

    Another action packed read from Jeffery S. Stevens. I had the pleasure of knowing Jeff in a past life and am thrilled to see him excel at writing. At least the paint wont fall off the books...look forward to the next one.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Greer Andjanetta

    Another dastardly Muslim plot foiled by yet another American super-agent who escapes certain death and eliminates the bad guys. Readable and holds the reader's interest. Another dastardly Muslim plot foiled by yet another American super-agent who escapes certain death and eliminates the bad guys. Readable and holds the reader's interest.

  4. 4 out of 5

    John McHale

    Excellent read. Interesting, with good action. Realistic characters and plot.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Merrill Chapman

    Bronx native Jeffrey Stephen's Rogue Mission is a crisply written and plotted novel in the tradition of Tom Clancy, Clive Cussler, James Patterson and other luminaries in the thriller genre. This is the fourth book in the Sandor's series, perennial Amazon best sellers, the others being Targets of Deception, Opportunity, and Revenge. The series has become increasingly popular amongst aficionados of that legion of hard men who mince few words, don't apologize for America, battle world-wide evil (p Bronx native Jeffrey Stephen's Rogue Mission is a crisply written and plotted novel in the tradition of Tom Clancy, Clive Cussler, James Patterson and other luminaries in the thriller genre. This is the fourth book in the Sandor's series, perennial Amazon best sellers, the others being Targets of Deception, Opportunity, and Revenge. The series has become increasingly popular amongst aficionados of that legion of hard men who mince few words, don't apologize for America, battle world-wide evil (particularly the Islamist variety), and rarely miss when discharging lead in the direction of our country's enemies.Think of Sandor as James Bond as he'd act and behave if he grew up in The Bronx. In a conflict between the two, Bond wouldn't have a chance. Now, in the modern-day suspense thriller, certain things are expected and Rogue Mission serves up the goods. These include: * An insidious conspiracy with worldwide implications. * A tough-as-nails hero who's a dead shot, dedicated patriot, and devoted to meting out justice both formally and on an ad hoc basis. * A sultry, yet tough-as-nails-female counterpart to our hero. The old days of the hapless Bond heroine are gone, as Bond himself demonstrated in * * Skyfall. * Drones. * Explosions. * A fast moving plot. * Evil villains you'd personally enjoy killing slowly if you could get your hands on them. * Lots of gunfire. * A breakneck pace. * Exotic locales. I particularly like this aspect of the book. Yes, the usual candidates such as New York, France, the Caribbean, London et al all show up. But Jordan also takes the opportunity to visit even more out the way places, such as City Island in The Bronx. You've never heard of the place? I'm surprised. It's right next to Orchard Beach, the Riviera of The Bronx. James Bond never went there. He wasn't tough enough. All these elements are in place as the action of Rogue Mission kicks off. The problem with writing a review of a suspense novel is if you say too much, you immediately run the risk of spoilers. I'll simply say the action of the book kicks off when our hero nearly dies during a terrorist attack in Hartford, CT. (Yes, Hartford. Why not Hartford? Isn't it time we all gave New York a rest?) As he recovers from his wounds (Sandor, while tough, is no cartoon-style superman who can undergo crashes and rapid deceleration events that would macerate his every internal organ), he begins to dig into the circumstance surrounding the bombing, which also kills one his best friends, a federal judge. Despite being ordered off the mission, he continues to dig into the case, hence the "Rogue" in the title of the book. What he finds launches him on a mission to thwart a conspiracy stretching from City Island to Syria. Evil is definitely afoot and it will take all of Jordan's skill and macho to foil the plot and ensure the bad guys get what they deserve. (Boy, do they ever.) A nice bonus of Rogue Mission is a plot that didn't make my eyeballs roll back in my head. Over the years, I've stopped watching Bond movies because the stories have become increasingly ridiculous. I finally snapped after watching Die Another Day, which featured a North Korean baddie transformed into an English Twit via plastic surgery! Everyone thinks the movie was very avant garde because the opening scenes show Bond being tortured, but since Madonna was also in the film, I thought that was simple justice. (OK, I admit it, I watched Skyfall on Netflix. Prometheus made more sense.) One of the fun sub-plots of the book revolves around two lightly disguised celebrities (you'll figure out their identities almost instantly) who are kidnapped and held hostage in a Middle East refugee camp by the bad guys. I particularly enjoyed this part of the tale because I actually rooted for the imperiled famous personalities and worried about their fate. If I were to attempt to write a high-tech thriller with people from People magazine, I'd pick Justin Bieber and Kim Kardashian and spend the rest of the novel torturing them to death. (OK, I'd go easy on Kim; after all, she is a mother of two. Bieber, no mercy.) It's why I'm probably not the right choice to author this class of book. When I read a suspense thriller, I apply a simple test. Once I start reading the book, do I have a hard time putting it down until I reach the end? When I read a suspense thriller, I apply a simple test. Once I start reading the book, do I have a hard time putting it down until I reach the end? Rogue Mission easily met that test.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Joe Broadmeadow

    Book Review: Rogue Mission Author: Jeffrey Stephens ISBN: 9781523491483 Rogue Mission by Jeffrey Stephens is a fast-paced, well plotted novel of treachery and intrigue. Featuring his protagonist, Jason Sandor, in a recurring role from earlier books by the same author. Sandor is a smart, tough, savvy agent with a propensity toward violent conclusions of negative encounters. He’s good at killing enemies of the United States, those that would harm his friends, and, in particular, those that would tr Book Review: Rogue Mission Author: Jeffrey Stephens ISBN: 9781523491483 Rogue Mission by Jeffrey Stephens is a fast-paced, well plotted novel of treachery and intrigue. Featuring his protagonist, Jason Sandor, in a recurring role from earlier books by the same author. Sandor is a smart, tough, savvy agent with a propensity toward violent conclusions of negative encounters. He’s good at killing enemies of the United States, those that would harm his friends, and, in particular, those that would try to harm him. The plot is complex yet plausible. The mixing of non-governmental agencies (NGOs) with traditional organizations such as CIA, FBI, and Special Forces adds a sense of realism and imagination. The dialogue is a blend of authentic both technical and operational language common within this genre. Stephens makes the interplay among the characters believable and interesting. Sandor’s experience and contacts within the world of the special operator adds a realism to the action. Stephen is also able to avoid the common mistake of making the protagonist so adept and skillful as to be unbelievable. Placing the action within the context of the current terrorism activity in the world adds a sense of drama and credibility to the story without plagiarizing the news. The language to describe the action, location, and players is colorful, well-crafted, and dramatic. The dialogue is taut and contributes to the overall tension within the story. Sandor is faced with a combination of intersecting and competing problems. A slight delay in his arrival at a gathering in honor of his former commanding officer saves him from getting killed in an explosion. Trying to learn to target of the explosion and those behind it thrusts Sandor and his compatriots into a world of high finance, NGOs, double-crosses, and greed. Forced to fight on two fronts, Sandor needs all his skill and talent to get to the truth as well as save the innocent victims of a kidnapping. Stephens does a great job of unveiling the conspiracy behind the conspiracy, building the book to a dramatic and explosive conclusion. One can enjoy this book without the benefit of any previous knowledge of Jason Sandor. Yet the book is intriguing enough to make you want to read more about Sandor’s exploits. This a fun read. Stephens is a creative, imaginative, and talented writer. The story is a great mixture of action, suspense, and drama. The good guys are both sympathetic and realistic; the bad guys easy to despise yet cunning. A highly recommended read.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Greg D

    While Mr. Stephens certainly writes an exciting, fast-paced book, his overly obvious extreme right wing politics can get extremely tiring, and are scarily reminiscent of Trump - type views that categorize all people in a political, ethnic, or racial group into one convenient lump. To classify all left-wing idealogues as mindless, uninformed bleeding hearts is as absurd as labeling all those who favor right-wing beliefs as crazed, hawkish lunatics who basically believe in genocide. I believe the f While Mr. Stephens certainly writes an exciting, fast-paced book, his overly obvious extreme right wing politics can get extremely tiring, and are scarily reminiscent of Trump - type views that categorize all people in a political, ethnic, or racial group into one convenient lump. To classify all left-wing idealogues as mindless, uninformed bleeding hearts is as absurd as labeling all those who favor right-wing beliefs as crazed, hawkish lunatics who basically believe in genocide. I believe the foundations this country were created on are the best in the world, but anyone who believes those foundations haven't been corrupted by politics, power, and above all, the pursuit of money, are simply fooling themselves. There is no doubt that there is great evil in this world, but to not accept any responsibility for inciting and advancing that evil is the height of hubris. Mr. Stephens is a talented author who creates intriguing stories with well-developed characters, but his penchant for labeling people approaches bigotry, which there is more than enough of in this world. It is obvious that we will never agree with or get along with many countries in this world, and while conflict is sometimes necessary and unavoidable, the thing that many often forget (or simply want to disregard), is that there are always consequences for these actions, and many times the consequences are worse than the original issue. The bottom line is that there is no simple "cookie-cutter" solution to these issues. What this country so sorely needs is true bi-partisan leadership and solutions that address the needs of the people of this country, not the rich and powerful! A tall order perhaps, but not impossible if the people of this country remind the politicians that the preamble of the Constitution reads "We the people", not we the politicians, not we the rich, not we the corporations! Sorry for the rant...just extremely tired of people who can only see things their way and have forgotten the principals of understanding and compromise.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rick

    CIA Agent Jordan Sandor, a secret operative, is nearly killed by an explosion in a courtroom that kills a bunch of the good guys including his former commanding officer in Iraq who is now being promoted from being a federal judge to the Court of Appeals in Manhattan. Sanders is now immersed in his own mission to find out why. Rogue Mission is a Cobb Salad of intrigue, murder, terrorism, stock manipulation, insider trading, action and deception. A maze of “inexplicable murder attempts on his long-t CIA Agent Jordan Sandor, a secret operative, is nearly killed by an explosion in a courtroom that kills a bunch of the good guys including his former commanding officer in Iraq who is now being promoted from being a federal judge to the Court of Appeals in Manhattan. Sanders is now immersed in his own mission to find out why. Rogue Mission is a Cobb Salad of intrigue, murder, terrorism, stock manipulation, insider trading, action and deception. A maze of “inexplicable murder attempts on his long-time Army buddy who is now a securities trader, Rogue Mission is not only a great, timely whodunit, it is also a complex plot of “why?” A very smart, clever and well-written thriller, Rogue Mission brings us a very tricky plot and not all the good guys escape. Jordan Sandor’s mission is not only to find out who is behind the murders of several securities traders and the attempted murder of his best friend, but why this is happening and why the murders in the courthouse occurred. From New York to Washington, Saudi Arabia to Iraq, Bermuda and the United Kingdom, Agent Sandor, with the help of many talented associates, other operatives and a former lover who is an analyst for the CIA, discovers that his mission becomes one of saving thousands of lives without knowing why. A true page-turner, the action starts from the very beginning and ends with a complex and explosive climax. “I was hooked on page 1. A really great read.“

  9. 4 out of 5

    FRED

    A very good fast paced story, worth a look If you like a fairly fast paced environment and very good read, this is it. All of the books following Jordan Sandors exploits in a good way, with not too much repetition at the start of the story. I will be reading the next book when it is available.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Dan Dobler

    Great stuff! This is really some of the best stuff written in this genre. I love not only the characters, plots, and action, but I really like the author's wordsmithing and writing style. I'm definitely a fan! Great stuff! This is really some of the best stuff written in this genre. I love not only the characters, plots, and action, but I really like the author's wordsmithing and writing style. I'm definitely a fan!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Michael S Taylor

    Jordan Sand or at his best Stephens has developed a great set of core characters. If you like international thrillers with suspense and a solid, yet complex storyline y oh won't be disappointed. I hope to read more from him in the future! Jordan Sand or at his best Stephens has developed a great set of core characters. If you like international thrillers with suspense and a solid, yet complex storyline y oh won't be disappointed. I hope to read more from him in the future!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This is one fast paced book. It starts off with a bang and never slows down! Perfect read for an airplane trip or on the beach! I did both! Don't delay READ this Jordon Sander adventure! You won't be disappointed. This is one fast paced book. It starts off with a bang and never slows down! Perfect read for an airplane trip or on the beach! I did both! Don't delay READ this Jordon Sander adventure! You won't be disappointed.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Randy

    Page turner A good read. Did not want to put it down. The plot had numerous turns and suspense. One of the better books I read in 2016.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Hillis

    A great thriller. I finished this book in one sitting!!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Laxton

    Felt weird starting a series on book 4, but it was on sale. Good action/thriller. Didn't need the earlier books to appreciate the character. Felt weird starting a series on book 4, but it was on sale. Good action/thriller. Didn't need the earlier books to appreciate the character.

  16. 5 out of 5

    David Tynes

  17. 4 out of 5

    Dave Price

  18. 4 out of 5

    Peter A. Gordon

  19. 5 out of 5

    chris kisting

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tammy Heleno

  21. 5 out of 5

    Dale M. Lange

  22. 4 out of 5

    richard jager

  23. 4 out of 5

    Dean Williams

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jerry E. Clayman

  25. 5 out of 5

    David Tiessen

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lavern

  27. 4 out of 5

    Marylin Cohen

  28. 4 out of 5

    Hugh Williams

  29. 4 out of 5

    Bruce Marger

  30. 4 out of 5

    michael c. wimert

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