"...fast-paced with an interesting story and good characters. I found it a bit hard at time to understand the Cockney of one character, but understand that helped bring that character to life. Story has all the usual ingredients: terrorism, money, murder, sex and a shootout, but was still a fun read..."
"...One very good book with plenty of action,intrigue skullduggery and deceit,so plenty to keep you glued to the end..."
"...well written and easy to follow, I would recommend this book to anyone..."
Keeping his profile obscured he ends up in Nigeria where, more or less on a whim, he opens a motor-repair business. Chance brings him together with a full-blooded Kenyan tribesman, Kowato Segani. The pair hit it off from the start, like long lost brothers, and Palmer hires him to help in the repair business. Neither of them know too much about motor repair and, understandably, the business as such does not exactly prosper. Of the two of them, only Segani really wants to make a go of it. But, for Palmer at least, it's a lot of fun, and he's sleeping nights. Then, out of the blue, up pops a man who bears all the hallmarks of a mercenary recruiter. The offer is in mercenary numbers and the job is related to the mercenary business. Apparently, something Palmer stole many years before, had already been stolen...and they want it back!
"...Well written enjoyable and believable tale of war which shows fears, flaws and loyalties on all sides. Feels real enough although fiction, Second book by Larry Johns I have read, both different, both excellent..."
"...very believable detail made this book a real page-turner. A really enjoyable read to the end. I would recommend this book to friends..."
"..."A Time to Die" takes us willingly on the treacherous journey of a military assassin. The World War II target is a brilliant and somewhat eccentric Japanese general. Lockhart, the intense and intensely focused protagonist, must navigate not only expected enemy obstructions, but also resistance from his own colleagues. If you enjoy bracing dialogue and unambiguous pacing, you'll enjoy "A Time to Die."..."