Agent in Place

Agent in Place

Court Gentry is back in action. This time he's working on behalf of a well-connected group of Syrian expats to secure the Syrian president's mistress so they can use her to bring down the president's regime. But the expats' plan goes awry when it's discovered the mistress has a baby--the Syrian president's only male heir--hidden away in a Damascus safe house.Court goes aft Court Gentry is back in action. This time he's working on behalf of a well-connected group of Syrian expats to secure the...

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Title:Agent in Place
Author:Mark Greaney
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Genres:Thriller
ISBN:Agent in Place
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:507 pages pages

Agent in Place Reviews

  • Garlan ✌
    Jun 19, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

    Great book. Very wel written with lots of twists and turns. But a very entertaining plot that does not get bored. Too bad it's finished and we have to wait too long for new Mark Greany Gray Man number 8 ...

    I?m one of those people that really really really loves government thrillers, military operatives, spy novels, and conspiracy stories. Admittedly I haven?t read a lot of classic ?spy novels? but secretly my dream job would be international spy master or CIA operative. Travel...

    Several weeks ago I participated in a cover survey with Penguin books and apparently that entered me in a drawing for an ARC of the book. The next thing I knew I had received a copy of the book in the mail and a letter notifying me I had been selected as a winner of the drawing as well...

    Another good, fast read. The Gray Man gets better with each new book. ...

  • Steven Jr.
    Mar 11, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

    Great book. Very wel written with lots of twists and turns. But a very entertaining plot that does not get bored. Too bad it's finished and we have to wait too long for new Mark Greany Gray Man number 8 ...

    I?m one of those people that really really really loves government thrillers, military operatives, spy novels, and conspiracy stories. Admittedly I haven?t read a lot of classic ?spy novels? but secretly my dream job would be international spy master or CIA operative. Travel...

    Several weeks ago I participated in a cover survey with Penguin books and apparently that entered me in a drawing for an ARC of the book. The next thing I knew I had received a copy of the book in the mail and a letter notifying me I had been selected as a winner of the drawing as well...

    Another good, fast read. The Gray Man gets better with each new book. ...

    I read all of the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan series and that's why I noticed Mark Greaney. I love, love the Gray Man series. In my opinion the Gray Man is quite similar to John Clark in the Jack Ryan series but Mark's books are a lot easier to read than the earlier books in the Jack Ryan ser...

    Another great read! ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway, and I'd like to thank Berkley Publishing for the novel. Reading Agent in Place was my first foray into the Gray Man series, and I anticipated an action-adventure thriller series with each individual installment fairly independent f...

    Mark Greaney's Gray Man series has never failed to entertain. Watching former OGA operative Courtland Gentry travel the globe and take on the pressing threats of the day, whether they be nation-state actors, terrorist threats, cartel buchons, or even top-notch hitmen, is always a pleas...

  • Benjamin Thomas
    Dec 12, 2017

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

    Great book. Very wel written with lots of twists and turns. But a very entertaining plot that does not get bored. Too bad it's finished and we have to wait too long for new Mark Greany Gray Man number 8 ...

    I?m one of those people that really really really loves government thrillers, military operatives, spy novels, and conspiracy stories. Admittedly I haven?t read a lot of classic ?spy novels? but secretly my dream job would be international spy master or CIA operative. Travel...

    Several weeks ago I participated in a cover survey with Penguin books and apparently that entered me in a drawing for an ARC of the book. The next thing I knew I had received a copy of the book in the mail and a letter notifying me I had been selected as a winner of the drawing as well...

  • The Lit Bitch
    Feb 15, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

    Great book. Very wel written with lots of twists and turns. But a very entertaining plot that does not get bored. Too bad it's finished and we have to wait too long for new Mark Greany Gray Man number 8 ...

    I?m one of those people that really really really loves government thrillers, military operatives, spy novels, and conspiracy stories. Admittedly I haven?t read a lot of classic ?spy novels? but secretly my dream job would be international spy master or CIA operative. Travel...

  • Judy Lesley
    Feb 23, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

  • Sebastian
    Mar 04, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

    Great book. Very wel written with lots of twists and turns. But a very entertaining plot that does not get bored. Too bad it's finished and we have to wait too long for new Mark Greany Gray Man number 8 ...

  • Pat
    May 05, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

    Great book. Very wel written with lots of twists and turns. But a very entertaining plot that does not get bored. Too bad it's finished and we have to wait too long for new Mark Greany Gray Man number 8 ...

    I?m one of those people that really really really loves government thrillers, military operatives, spy novels, and conspiracy stories. Admittedly I haven?t read a lot of classic ?spy novels? but secretly my dream job would be international spy master or CIA operative. Travel...

    Several weeks ago I participated in a cover survey with Penguin books and apparently that entered me in a drawing for an ARC of the book. The next thing I knew I had received a copy of the book in the mail and a letter notifying me I had been selected as a winner of the drawing as well...

    Another good, fast read. The Gray Man gets better with each new book. ...

    I read all of the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan series and that's why I noticed Mark Greaney. I love, love the Gray Man series. In my opinion the Gray Man is quite similar to John Clark in the Jack Ryan series but Mark's books are a lot easier to read than the earlier books in the Jack Ryan ser...

    Another great read! ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway, and I'd like to thank Berkley Publishing for the novel. Reading Agent in Place was my first foray into the Gray Man series, and I anticipated an action-adventure thriller series with each individual installment fairly independent f...

    Mark Greaney's Gray Man series has never failed to entertain. Watching former OGA operative Courtland Gentry travel the globe and take on the pressing threats of the day, whether they be nation-state actors, terrorist threats, cartel buchons, or even top-notch hitmen, is always a pleas...

    Agent in Place is the next installment in the ever entertaining and intriguing story of Courtland ?Court? Gentry who is better known in the world of espionage as The Gray Man. This time, Court is hired to kidnap a Spanish model who is the mistress of the Syrian president. However, ...

    4.5 stars. Poor Gentry, he's really gotten himself into a pickle this time. In Paris, to extract a woman from an exclusive hotel, he finds out that a terrorist raid planned for the following night has been brought forward. He fights his way through and gets the woman to safety. She ...

  • Kim Reads (Read Your Writes Book Reviews)
    Apr 04, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

    Great book. Very wel written with lots of twists and turns. But a very entertaining plot that does not get bored. Too bad it's finished and we have to wait too long for new Mark Greany Gray Man number 8 ...

    I?m one of those people that really really really loves government thrillers, military operatives, spy novels, and conspiracy stories. Admittedly I haven?t read a lot of classic ?spy novels? but secretly my dream job would be international spy master or CIA operative. Travel...

    Several weeks ago I participated in a cover survey with Penguin books and apparently that entered me in a drawing for an ARC of the book. The next thing I knew I had received a copy of the book in the mail and a letter notifying me I had been selected as a winner of the drawing as well...

    Another good, fast read. The Gray Man gets better with each new book. ...

    I read all of the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan series and that's why I noticed Mark Greaney. I love, love the Gray Man series. In my opinion the Gray Man is quite similar to John Clark in the Jack Ryan series but Mark's books are a lot easier to read than the earlier books in the Jack Ryan ser...

    Another great read! ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway, and I'd like to thank Berkley Publishing for the novel. Reading Agent in Place was my first foray into the Gray Man series, and I anticipated an action-adventure thriller series with each individual installment fairly independent f...

    Mark Greaney's Gray Man series has never failed to entertain. Watching former OGA operative Courtland Gentry travel the globe and take on the pressing threats of the day, whether they be nation-state actors, terrorist threats, cartel buchons, or even top-notch hitmen, is always a pleas...

    Agent in Place is the next installment in the ever entertaining and intriguing story of Courtland ?Court? Gentry who is better known in the world of espionage as The Gray Man. This time, Court is hired to kidnap a Spanish model who is the mistress of the Syrian president. However, ...

  • Michael
    Dec 31, 2017

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

  • Jarrod
    Mar 21, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

    Great book. Very wel written with lots of twists and turns. But a very entertaining plot that does not get bored. Too bad it's finished and we have to wait too long for new Mark Greany Gray Man number 8 ...

    I?m one of those people that really really really loves government thrillers, military operatives, spy novels, and conspiracy stories. Admittedly I haven?t read a lot of classic ?spy novels? but secretly my dream job would be international spy master or CIA operative. Travel...

    Several weeks ago I participated in a cover survey with Penguin books and apparently that entered me in a drawing for an ARC of the book. The next thing I knew I had received a copy of the book in the mail and a letter notifying me I had been selected as a winner of the drawing as well...

    Another good, fast read. The Gray Man gets better with each new book. ...

    I read all of the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan series and that's why I noticed Mark Greaney. I love, love the Gray Man series. In my opinion the Gray Man is quite similar to John Clark in the Jack Ryan series but Mark's books are a lot easier to read than the earlier books in the Jack Ryan ser...

    Another great read! ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway, and I'd like to thank Berkley Publishing for the novel. Reading Agent in Place was my first foray into the Gray Man series, and I anticipated an action-adventure thriller series with each individual installment fairly independent f...

    Mark Greaney's Gray Man series has never failed to entertain. Watching former OGA operative Courtland Gentry travel the globe and take on the pressing threats of the day, whether they be nation-state actors, terrorist threats, cartel buchons, or even top-notch hitmen, is always a pleas...

    Agent in Place is the next installment in the ever entertaining and intriguing story of Courtland ?Court? Gentry who is better known in the world of espionage as The Gray Man. This time, Court is hired to kidnap a Spanish model who is the mistress of the Syrian president. However, ...

    4.5 stars. Poor Gentry, he's really gotten himself into a pickle this time. In Paris, to extract a woman from an exclusive hotel, he finds out that a terrorist raid planned for the following night has been brought forward. He fights his way through and gets the woman to safety. She ...

    The Gray Man is back, this time on vacation from his secret job at the CIA, but pretty much doing what he?s done in every book so far: fighting evil and saving the day. Readers are reminded too often that our deadly operative has a heart of gold; one that makes no sense for the chara...

    Another awesome book in The Gray Man series. Excellent narration by Jay Snyder. (audible review) I really love this series. It is so well written. Full of action, action and more action. There is always something going on. Lots of dialogue and not full of filler nonsense which is a ...

    The Gray Man goes to Syria for his seventh installment and this is a sordid tale regarding the king of Syria, his mistress and their "love child". Starting off with a kidnapping in Paris and ending with a kidnapping in Syria, Court Gentry takes on terrorist on two continents and contin...

  • Suzanne
    Dec 03, 2017

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

    Great book. Very wel written with lots of twists and turns. But a very entertaining plot that does not get bored. Too bad it's finished and we have to wait too long for new Mark Greany Gray Man number 8 ...

    I?m one of those people that really really really loves government thrillers, military operatives, spy novels, and conspiracy stories. Admittedly I haven?t read a lot of classic ?spy novels? but secretly my dream job would be international spy master or CIA operative. Travel...

    Several weeks ago I participated in a cover survey with Penguin books and apparently that entered me in a drawing for an ARC of the book. The next thing I knew I had received a copy of the book in the mail and a letter notifying me I had been selected as a winner of the drawing as well...

    Another good, fast read. The Gray Man gets better with each new book. ...

    I read all of the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan series and that's why I noticed Mark Greaney. I love, love the Gray Man series. In my opinion the Gray Man is quite similar to John Clark in the Jack Ryan series but Mark's books are a lot easier to read than the earlier books in the Jack Ryan ser...

    Another great read! ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway, and I'd like to thank Berkley Publishing for the novel. Reading Agent in Place was my first foray into the Gray Man series, and I anticipated an action-adventure thriller series with each individual installment fairly independent f...

    Mark Greaney's Gray Man series has never failed to entertain. Watching former OGA operative Courtland Gentry travel the globe and take on the pressing threats of the day, whether they be nation-state actors, terrorist threats, cartel buchons, or even top-notch hitmen, is always a pleas...

    Agent in Place is the next installment in the ever entertaining and intriguing story of Courtland ?Court? Gentry who is better known in the world of espionage as The Gray Man. This time, Court is hired to kidnap a Spanish model who is the mistress of the Syrian president. However, ...

    4.5 stars. Poor Gentry, he's really gotten himself into a pickle this time. In Paris, to extract a woman from an exclusive hotel, he finds out that a terrorist raid planned for the following night has been brought forward. He fights his way through and gets the woman to safety. She ...

    The Gray Man is back, this time on vacation from his secret job at the CIA, but pretty much doing what he?s done in every book so far: fighting evil and saving the day. Readers are reminded too often that our deadly operative has a heart of gold; one that makes no sense for the chara...

  • Sean Peters
    Jun 22, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

  • Chris  C - A Midlife Wife
    Feb 09, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

  • Pamela
    Dec 01, 2017

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

  • Brett Thomasson
    Feb 25, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

  • Samuel
    Jul 15, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

  • Glen
    May 15, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

  • Tracy T.
    Oct 01, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

    Great book. Very wel written with lots of twists and turns. But a very entertaining plot that does not get bored. Too bad it's finished and we have to wait too long for new Mark Greany Gray Man number 8 ...

    I?m one of those people that really really really loves government thrillers, military operatives, spy novels, and conspiracy stories. Admittedly I haven?t read a lot of classic ?spy novels? but secretly my dream job would be international spy master or CIA operative. Travel...

    Several weeks ago I participated in a cover survey with Penguin books and apparently that entered me in a drawing for an ARC of the book. The next thing I knew I had received a copy of the book in the mail and a letter notifying me I had been selected as a winner of the drawing as well...

    Another good, fast read. The Gray Man gets better with each new book. ...

    I read all of the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan series and that's why I noticed Mark Greaney. I love, love the Gray Man series. In my opinion the Gray Man is quite similar to John Clark in the Jack Ryan series but Mark's books are a lot easier to read than the earlier books in the Jack Ryan ser...

    Another great read! ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway, and I'd like to thank Berkley Publishing for the novel. Reading Agent in Place was my first foray into the Gray Man series, and I anticipated an action-adventure thriller series with each individual installment fairly independent f...

    Mark Greaney's Gray Man series has never failed to entertain. Watching former OGA operative Courtland Gentry travel the globe and take on the pressing threats of the day, whether they be nation-state actors, terrorist threats, cartel buchons, or even top-notch hitmen, is always a pleas...

    Agent in Place is the next installment in the ever entertaining and intriguing story of Courtland ?Court? Gentry who is better known in the world of espionage as The Gray Man. This time, Court is hired to kidnap a Spanish model who is the mistress of the Syrian president. However, ...

    4.5 stars. Poor Gentry, he's really gotten himself into a pickle this time. In Paris, to extract a woman from an exclusive hotel, he finds out that a terrorist raid planned for the following night has been brought forward. He fights his way through and gets the woman to safety. She ...

    The Gray Man is back, this time on vacation from his secret job at the CIA, but pretty much doing what he?s done in every book so far: fighting evil and saving the day. Readers are reminded too often that our deadly operative has a heart of gold; one that makes no sense for the chara...

    Another awesome book in The Gray Man series. Excellent narration by Jay Snyder. (audible review) I really love this series. It is so well written. Full of action, action and more action. There is always something going on. Lots of dialogue and not full of filler nonsense which is a ...

  • Brent
    Aug 25, 2017

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

  • Imagey
    Apr 09, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

    Great book. Very wel written with lots of twists and turns. But a very entertaining plot that does not get bored. Too bad it's finished and we have to wait too long for new Mark Greany Gray Man number 8 ...

    I?m one of those people that really really really loves government thrillers, military operatives, spy novels, and conspiracy stories. Admittedly I haven?t read a lot of classic ?spy novels? but secretly my dream job would be international spy master or CIA operative. Travel...

    Several weeks ago I participated in a cover survey with Penguin books and apparently that entered me in a drawing for an ARC of the book. The next thing I knew I had received a copy of the book in the mail and a letter notifying me I had been selected as a winner of the drawing as well...

    Another good, fast read. The Gray Man gets better with each new book. ...

    I read all of the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan series and that's why I noticed Mark Greaney. I love, love the Gray Man series. In my opinion the Gray Man is quite similar to John Clark in the Jack Ryan series but Mark's books are a lot easier to read than the earlier books in the Jack Ryan ser...

  • Atul Indurkar
    Aug 07, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

  • Trish R.
    Jul 31, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

  • Jean
    Feb 28, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

  • Lon Stone
    Mar 11, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

    Great book. Very wel written with lots of twists and turns. But a very entertaining plot that does not get bored. Too bad it's finished and we have to wait too long for new Mark Greany Gray Man number 8 ...

    I?m one of those people that really really really loves government thrillers, military operatives, spy novels, and conspiracy stories. Admittedly I haven?t read a lot of classic ?spy novels? but secretly my dream job would be international spy master or CIA operative. Travel...

    Several weeks ago I participated in a cover survey with Penguin books and apparently that entered me in a drawing for an ARC of the book. The next thing I knew I had received a copy of the book in the mail and a letter notifying me I had been selected as a winner of the drawing as well...

    Another good, fast read. The Gray Man gets better with each new book. ...

    I read all of the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan series and that's why I noticed Mark Greaney. I love, love the Gray Man series. In my opinion the Gray Man is quite similar to John Clark in the Jack Ryan series but Mark's books are a lot easier to read than the earlier books in the Jack Ryan ser...

    Another great read! ...

  • The Real Book Spy
    Jan 06, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

  • Mr. Gottshalk
    May 23, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

    Great book. Very wel written with lots of twists and turns. But a very entertaining plot that does not get bored. Too bad it's finished and we have to wait too long for new Mark Greany Gray Man number 8 ...

    I?m one of those people that really really really loves government thrillers, military operatives, spy novels, and conspiracy stories. Admittedly I haven?t read a lot of classic ?spy novels? but secretly my dream job would be international spy master or CIA operative. Travel...

    Several weeks ago I participated in a cover survey with Penguin books and apparently that entered me in a drawing for an ARC of the book. The next thing I knew I had received a copy of the book in the mail and a letter notifying me I had been selected as a winner of the drawing as well...

    Another good, fast read. The Gray Man gets better with each new book. ...

    I read all of the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan series and that's why I noticed Mark Greaney. I love, love the Gray Man series. In my opinion the Gray Man is quite similar to John Clark in the Jack Ryan series but Mark's books are a lot easier to read than the earlier books in the Jack Ryan ser...

    Another great read! ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway, and I'd like to thank Berkley Publishing for the novel. Reading Agent in Place was my first foray into the Gray Man series, and I anticipated an action-adventure thriller series with each individual installment fairly independent f...

    Mark Greaney's Gray Man series has never failed to entertain. Watching former OGA operative Courtland Gentry travel the globe and take on the pressing threats of the day, whether they be nation-state actors, terrorist threats, cartel buchons, or even top-notch hitmen, is always a pleas...

    Agent in Place is the next installment in the ever entertaining and intriguing story of Courtland ?Court? Gentry who is better known in the world of espionage as The Gray Man. This time, Court is hired to kidnap a Spanish model who is the mistress of the Syrian president. However, ...

    4.5 stars. Poor Gentry, he's really gotten himself into a pickle this time. In Paris, to extract a woman from an exclusive hotel, he finds out that a terrorist raid planned for the following night has been brought forward. He fights his way through and gets the woman to safety. She ...

    The Gray Man is back, this time on vacation from his secret job at the CIA, but pretty much doing what he?s done in every book so far: fighting evil and saving the day. Readers are reminded too often that our deadly operative has a heart of gold; one that makes no sense for the chara...

    Another awesome book in The Gray Man series. Excellent narration by Jay Snyder. (audible review) I really love this series. It is so well written. Full of action, action and more action. There is always something going on. Lots of dialogue and not full of filler nonsense which is a ...

    The Gray Man goes to Syria for his seventh installment and this is a sordid tale regarding the king of Syria, his mistress and their "love child". Starting off with a kidnapping in Paris and ending with a kidnapping in Syria, Court Gentry takes on terrorist on two continents and contin...

    Wow! Aside from Phillip Kerr, this is another mew-to-me author I will have to check out over the summer. The Gray Man is a US assassin, this time in Syria to rescue the baby of the Syrian President?s mistress. And maybe take out the idiot President of Syria as well. There are just en...

  • Pierre Tassé
    May 10, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

  • Dave
    Jan 02, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

  • Ryan
    Jan 20, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

    Great book. Very wel written with lots of twists and turns. But a very entertaining plot that does not get bored. Too bad it's finished and we have to wait too long for new Mark Greany Gray Man number 8 ...

    I?m one of those people that really really really loves government thrillers, military operatives, spy novels, and conspiracy stories. Admittedly I haven?t read a lot of classic ?spy novels? but secretly my dream job would be international spy master or CIA operative. Travel...

    Several weeks ago I participated in a cover survey with Penguin books and apparently that entered me in a drawing for an ARC of the book. The next thing I knew I had received a copy of the book in the mail and a letter notifying me I had been selected as a winner of the drawing as well...

    Another good, fast read. The Gray Man gets better with each new book. ...

    I read all of the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan series and that's why I noticed Mark Greaney. I love, love the Gray Man series. In my opinion the Gray Man is quite similar to John Clark in the Jack Ryan series but Mark's books are a lot easier to read than the earlier books in the Jack Ryan ser...

    Another great read! ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway, and I'd like to thank Berkley Publishing for the novel. Reading Agent in Place was my first foray into the Gray Man series, and I anticipated an action-adventure thriller series with each individual installment fairly independent f...

  • Matt Odom
    Mar 26, 2018

    Thank you to Net Galley, The publishers and to Mark Greaney for an honest review, which is easy as I love these books. Mark Greaney is on my list of favourite authors and most of these are action thriller authors, as well as gripping police thriller authors. In all honesty I have...

    Wow so much action and intense situations! 4.5 Stars - discounted due to excessive length ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I think what I love the most about spy thrillers is the continuous action. There is never a dull moment. Never a time where you say to yourself, ?Is it over y...

    See this review and more at www.TheRealBookSpy.com Though Court ?The Gray Man? Gentry is back with the CIA in an official capacity, the highly-skilled assassin finds himself working for a group of Syrian expats in Mark Greaney?s (Gunmetal Gray, 2016) latest action-packed novel...

    Agent in Place is an action-packed thrill ride that includes terrorists, covert operations and all-out war. If you are looking for chick-lit, you best keep walking. This ain't it. This is an adrenaline-filled blast from beginning to end with almost no let up. The mere 500 plus pages of...

    The Gray Man is back with the CIA, and up to his old tricks of spreading mayhem. This time he's in the Middle East, where things are completely falling apart. He gets in way over his head, but his training and sheer force of will enable him to keep performing his mission. Best book ...

    This is the seventh book in the Gray Man Series. Court Gentry is now a freelance mercenary. Gentry has been hired to kidnap the mistress of the Syrian president and then rescue her infant son. But quickly everything falls apart. The book is well written and plotted. The pace is very...

    THE SYRIAN SHOT: ?Why should we not boycott the Soviet Union and its supporters inside the country? If we do so, we can force them to review their stand. Either they give us what we want and what is necessary, or they will lose our friendship.? ? Hafez Al ? Assad. ?De...

    Excellent book. Great story and so relevant for today's world politics. Of course the subterfuge and covertness adds intrigue. I was sad to read the end....not for any other reason than the book was enjoyable. You do not need to read the first 6 to enjoy this one... ...

    In his second outing as a now un-disavowed asset for the CIA, Court Gentry, "the Gray Man," becomes involved in a plot to aid Syrian expatriates trying to topple their dangerous dictator. He helps kidnap the dictator's mistress when she is in France and get her to the rebels, but disco...

    Okay, I?ve read all 7 of The Gray Man series and I can honestly say that the first 5 books were great, the 6th was barely okay for me and this 7th one had too much skimming going on for me to really enjoy it. It just went on and on and on with such boring shit. The storyline w...

    Book seven in this high octane adventure series has Court Gentry back on the good side with the CIA but now as a freelance operative. While he's waiting for his next assignment with them Gentry takes a job through another group. That's why you will find him sitting in the audience at a...

    Enjoyable...my first in the Court Gentry series... looking forward to reading the books in the series. Recommended for spy thriller and action fans... ...

    Outstanding and full of action and suspense from start to finish. The Gray Man is incredible. There was no lapse in keeping my attention with this story. I enjoyed it from start to finish. This is the first book I have read by Mark Greaney and I look forward to reading many more. I won...

    Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review. If it takes 10 days to read a thriller, that?s about 6-7 days too long! And, therein lies the problem. The storyline?s meat in the middle got dry and overdone. The beginning offered a superb appetizer and the cli...

    Thank you Goodreads Giveaways for the opportunity to read this book pre-release. The Gray Man returns! This time, he voluntarily enters war torn Syria for his most dangerous mission yet. As always, Greaney brings us a fast-paced, action packed and suspenseful novel. Another must re...

    Great book. Very wel written with lots of twists and turns. But a very entertaining plot that does not get bored. Too bad it's finished and we have to wait too long for new Mark Greany Gray Man number 8 ...

    I?m one of those people that really really really loves government thrillers, military operatives, spy novels, and conspiracy stories. Admittedly I haven?t read a lot of classic ?spy novels? but secretly my dream job would be international spy master or CIA operative. Travel...

    Several weeks ago I participated in a cover survey with Penguin books and apparently that entered me in a drawing for an ARC of the book. The next thing I knew I had received a copy of the book in the mail and a letter notifying me I had been selected as a winner of the drawing as well...

    Another good, fast read. The Gray Man gets better with each new book. ...

    I read all of the Tom Clancy Jack Ryan series and that's why I noticed Mark Greaney. I love, love the Gray Man series. In my opinion the Gray Man is quite similar to John Clark in the Jack Ryan series but Mark's books are a lot easier to read than the earlier books in the Jack Ryan ser...

    Another great read! ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway, and I'd like to thank Berkley Publishing for the novel. Reading Agent in Place was my first foray into the Gray Man series, and I anticipated an action-adventure thriller series with each individual installment fairly independent f...

    Mark Greaney's Gray Man series has never failed to entertain. Watching former OGA operative Courtland Gentry travel the globe and take on the pressing threats of the day, whether they be nation-state actors, terrorist threats, cartel buchons, or even top-notch hitmen, is always a pleas...

    Agent in Place is the next installment in the ever entertaining and intriguing story of Courtland ?Court? Gentry who is better known in the world of espionage as The Gray Man. This time, Court is hired to kidnap a Spanish model who is the mistress of the Syrian president. However, ...

    4.5 stars. Poor Gentry, he's really gotten himself into a pickle this time. In Paris, to extract a woman from an exclusive hotel, he finds out that a terrorist raid planned for the following night has been brought forward. He fights his way through and gets the woman to safety. She ...

    The Gray Man is back, this time on vacation from his secret job at the CIA, but pretty much doing what he?s done in every book so far: fighting evil and saving the day. Readers are reminded too often that our deadly operative has a heart of gold; one that makes no sense for the chara...

    Another awesome book in The Gray Man series. Excellent narration by Jay Snyder. (audible review) I really love this series. It is so well written. Full of action, action and more action. There is always something going on. Lots of dialogue and not full of filler nonsense which is a ...

    The Gray Man goes to Syria for his seventh installment and this is a sordid tale regarding the king of Syria, his mistress and their "love child". Starting off with a kidnapping in Paris and ending with a kidnapping in Syria, Court Gentry takes on terrorist on two continents and contin...

    Wow! Aside from Phillip Kerr, this is another mew-to-me author I will have to check out over the summer. The Gray Man is a US assassin, this time in Syria to rescue the baby of the Syrian President?s mistress. And maybe take out the idiot President of Syria as well. There are just en...

    The latest installment in the Gray Man series is yet another epic tale of espionage and adventure. Enough characters to give you plenty of variety, but not so many that you'll need a flowchart. It's hard to pinpoint a favorite part as the action ebbs and flows and many sequences are lo...