Jeff Shaara’s books are a very good and the narrator does a good job. The WWI and WW2 are great and the new Korean War book was excellent.
The Mitch Rapp series is also good. The first two don’t have a good narrator. Book three changes to George Guidall as narrator which is much better. American Assasin and Kill Shot are books 1 and 2 time wise but written latter as prequels after book 8 or 9 came out. So if you’re listening, start with America Assassin, Kill Shot and then Executive Power.
'Gone To Texas' aka The Outlaw Josey Wales by Forrest Carter
'Vengence Trail of Josey Whales' is the sequel.
Both are awesome we got the double audio set from my local library.
Im also a fan of the unabriged Tom Sawyer and Huck Fin stories on audio.
If you have kids get Hank the Cowdog audio books they are great for kids and adults.
Michael Connelly- Harry Bosch novels. More Detective novels. Older ones are better than the newer ones.
Daniel Silva - Gabriel Allon novels. Mossad/Shin bet Spy novels.
Ken Follet - The eye of the Needle. Spy WW2 novel
Nelson DeMille- Plum Island. The panther, the lion. He has a few.
Brad Thor - Scot Harvath novels
Lee Child- Jack Reacher novels
Alex Berenson- John Wells novels
Vince Flynn - Mitch Rapp novels
Early Tom Clancy - Jack Ryan novels
John Sanford - Prey series, Lucas Davenport. Detective novels. Really good characters.
John Le Carré - “Tinker sailor soldier spy” is his best novel.
W.E.B. Griffin - The Presidential Agent series of novels. Charlie Castillo is his main character. Long novels but very very good.
Clive cussler - Fargo adventure books. Great light reading if you like treasure hunts and close calls.
Ben Coes - Dewey Andreas novels
Also look up novels read by George Guidall. He is a wonderful reader. Changes voices and everything.
Read a Vince Flynn novel first if you can. My favorite.
My last job had me commuting four hours twice a week, and I got pretty well read on the audiobooks. I definitely found that I stuck mostly to the non-fiction, but that’s me. If you’re into combat books, I’d recommend Mitchell Zuckoff “13 Hours,” the book that the recent movie was based on. Very well read.
I have to say, though, perhaps the best book I’ve EVER read/heard is Stephen Pinker’s “Better Angels of Our Nature.” Well balanced, extremely educational, and thoroughly entertaining. It’s quite a feat that it held my attention firmly for whole thing, especially considering it’s almost 36 hours long (you really get your money’s worth there). In fact, I’m about halfway through my fourth listen of it. Can’t recommend it enough.
While not related to military service or law enforcement the M14 type rifle has been used dramatically in entertainment industry television shows and films over the years. The M14 rifle made its entertainment debut on the NBC broadcast television drama series The Lieutenant starring Gary...
Wifey got me binge watching Bosch on Amazon and season 3 snipers rifle looked familiar? M14? These guys are contractors in Middle East.
FYI They were shooting steel silhouette hangers at 1200 yds. Is this reasonable distance for this rifle?
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