• The Silencer Series Box Set, Books 9-12

  • By: Mike Ryan
  • Narrated by: Brian Hutchison
  • Length: 21 hrs and 16 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (192 ratings)

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By: Mike Ryan
Narrated by: Brian Hutchison
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Publisher's Summary

This box set includes books 9-12 of The Silencer Series.  

Close Range

After getting back from vacation, Recker finds himself with not much to do. With work in the city at an all-time low, Recker is approached by a familiar face. Michelle Lawson has a job for him in regards to an illegal arms dealer that has continuously given the CIA the slip. Feeling like he can trust her and work for the agency again for one job, Recker agrees to do the assignment once all his conditions are met. 

With Jones and Haley on board, the teams heads off to London to find their target. It's back to where everything started for Recker when the CIA initially tried to terminate him. But what they hope is a short-term assignment turns into a much longer stay, and with Mia having problems of her own at home, Recker turns to old friends in order to help him accomplish his mission and get home faster. 

Trigger Pull

After getting back from London, Recker and the team are immediately swept up in Vincent and Nowak's feud again. Though they initially refuse in getting involved, their minds are changed when they start getting ambushed. Recker is ambushed in an alley while trying to prevent a jewelry store heist, Haley has his car blown up in trying to track down the suspects, and Tyrell's relationship with Recker is found out, leaving him in a vulnerable position. The team learns it's all part of Nowak's plan to get rid of all of them, leading them into an eventual final confrontation with her. One that will be deadly. 

Lethal Force

Another menacing force has entered the city. The Tri-State Scorpions have migrated from New Jersey and are looking to make the city their own. Recker and the team have plans to stop them, but it will come at a cost. After one of the leaders of the Scorpions gets in a shootout with Haley, he is transported to a local hospital that Mia is working at. The Scorpions take over the hospital, causing it to go on lockdown. After receiving a troublesome text message that indicates Mia is in some type of danger, Recker must find a way to get into the hospital and save her... before it's too late. 

Zeroed In

With the events of the hospital still fresh in their minds, The Scorpions are regrouping and ready to wage war. With Recker being their main target, they’ll do anything to lure him into their grasp, including taking his partner hostage. Will The Silencer get there in time to save his friend, or will Haley pay the price for his partner’s sins?

©2021 Mike Ryan (P)2022 Mike Ryan

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Good, not great

I rarely give less than 4 stars; writers work very hard and most struggle to succeed. The first 8 Silencer novels were better than 9-12. It seems that for every burst of action in the latter, there is an interminable amount of what I call fluff. The heroes can't seem to get to a point but have to drag information out of each other, it gets old fast. Mia is just annoying; she whines a LOT and also has a hard time making a point. I don't remember the first 8 being nearly this annoying.
Afraid I am done with this series, too bad as it had promise.

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Mia is so annoying

While the action is good, the whining and crying from Mia is unbearable. You can make it through the first books easier until Wrecker caves and commits to her, now there are too many scenes of her acting like a petty and nagging wife when she knows what he does for a job and keeps claiming she accepts the facts and dangers but then continues to whine and nag. If you can make it through those parts, it’s very enjoyable. Unfortunately for me, Mia has ruined the series

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Love this series

This series keeps you on the edge of your seat. The narration brings these books to life!!

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loved this series.

what can I say...have listened to all this series so far. very easy listen that keeps your interest.

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still good 👍

I do love these books, though I could do without the conversations with Mia. Anytime he's at home or calls Mia I just skip the chapter. That helps. Otherwise prepare for 30 minutes of her asking the same 4 questions and worrying in every single book. besides that its great.

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awesome

this series i great easy to listen to and keeps you wanting more. each character is well developed you feel like you know them

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Meh

I have to agree with the other reviewers; the Mia character almost ruins the story lines. Some of the scrapes they get into have big flaws in them. If the story is really good I can get by those kinds of things, but the story wasn’t good enough to get past the flaws.

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excellent

excellent as ever, story line, excellent, performance excellent and overall excellent, nothing g more to say