5 Great Action-Packed Counter-Terrorism Amazon Best Sellers You Just Have to Get Your Hands On.

Amazon army, military and counter-terrorism best seller book reviews

Empire Fiction is back, and we're kicking the week right off with Amazon Counter-Terrorism best seller book reviews. Prepared for this week's Action Monday are five jaw-dropping action reads that will keep your eyes glued to the book (or screen) for days. So, where you prefer your action on Kindle Unlimited or on Prime Reads, you definitely want to pick these up once you're through with this post. Just click any of the book covers or titles for quick access to the Kindle Store and Amazon Books. Without further ado, here's our golden list for your reading pleasure.

5. Kill List: A Nick Lawrence Novel

By Brian Shea

FBI Special Agent Nick Lawrence faces the heavy tragedy of losing his father. His aging mother isn't doing so well either. So he transfers out of Connecticut's New Haven field office to a bank robbery unity. Meanwhile, Declan Enright has been fired as a police officer after having served as a Navy Special Warface Operator for years. Struggling to feed his family, he taps into his military skills to conduct the perfect heist And he walks away scot-free. At least until Nick finds his trail.

However, when a melee of terror attacks shake the United States nation to the core, fate decides to intertwine the two rivals' destinies. Nick and Declan are the only ones with the skills necessary to stop the next attack. So they two must join forces if the people of the United States are to see another dawn.

4. Near Dark: The Scot Harvath Series (Book 20)

By Brad Thor

Scot Harvath, the epitome of all American spies, has a bounty on his head. The world's top assassins and bounty hunters have their scopes aimed at him. But Scot is determined to accomplish his mission before he can go back home. A mission so treacherous that it has already claimed his new wife's life. Scarred and on the run, Scot knows far too well that he can't do this alone. He needs all the help he could possibly get. And he needs a lot of it.

Sølvi Kolstad works for the Norwegian intelligence, and behind her back is a past tainted with blood and trauma, just enough to match Scot's. She also possesses the same brains, skills, and drive as he does. So when they meet, they just click. And suddenly, Scot has a worthy ally by his side. But will it be enough to pull Scot through in one piece?