BOOK REVIEW: NO MAN'S LAND
Picture in your mind a prison that is so technologically secure that no prisoner could possibly escape. Yes, just picture it in your mind, then throw out that possibility and change that picture to a real meltdown at that same facility! That is what occurs in G.M. Ford’s book, No Man’s Land. When the prisoners start running the "escape free" prison, it gets VERY ugly.
Author Ford has created a non-stop masterpiece in this book. The Arizona Governor, the Warden of the Meza Azul Penitentiary, the FBI, the state and local police, as well as the National Guard all attempt to quell this riot that gets uglier every hour. When Timothy Driver, a former navy submarine commander with all types of Special Forces training, now a brutal killer, gathers his forces in the prison, he brings the worst murderers in the prison to fight all law enforcement. When things appear they are settling down in the prison, Driver has taken a cold-blooded killer, Cutter Kehoe, with him along with an author he had “persuaded” to come to the prison to get Drivers story written in a new book. The ensuing chase will turn with every bend in the road.
If you think you have read action in this review, you have not seen or read anything yet. It is a “cannot put down” story that will keep you awake with toothpicks to hold your eyes open.
REVIEWED BY CY HILTERMAN
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