Proportionate Response

Marks and Lip know how to take down a target You fix eyes on it, hit it, and exploit the site to find your next target You proceed that way until you eventually take down the entire structure Doing the consultant gig now, they re still tracking down threats But this threat is a doozy A mysterious threat, known as Client 487, is intent on planting seeds of dissent thMarks and Lip know how to take down a target You fix eyes on it, hit it, and exploit the site to find your next target You proceed that way until you eventually take down the entire structure Doing the consultant gig now, they re still tracking down threats But this threat is a doozy A mysterious threat, known as Client 487, is intent on planting seeds of dissent that will dismantle our very way of life The Marks and Lip discover, the they realize this has been going on for some time And it s ugly.
Proportionate Response Marks and Lip know how to take down a target You fix eyes on it hit it and exploit the site to find your next target You proceed that way until you eventually take down the entire structure Doing th

  • Title: Proportionate Response
  • Author: Dave Buschi
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Proportionate Response”

    1. Very enjoyable story. I read Back Door man first and then moved onto Proportionate Response. If the author reads this, Just want to say that I hope you continue writing and I would definitely follow a Marks/Lip series. I read about 2 books a week, typically in the mystery/thriller genre (Daniel Silva, Lee Child, Vince Flynn, Stephen Hunter, Brad Eisler, Michael Connelly, Brett Battles, etc) Both of these books I found to be as entertaining and captivating as their peers. Well done & please k [...]

    2. As was the case with The Back Door Man, I found it hard to put this novel down and would likely have stayed with it continuously had I not had to pause to recharge my tablet! The action is non-stop, and full of plausible cyber espionage scenarios. I was captivated to the very end, which also like the Back Door Man ended rather abruptly. Even though pure fiction, I could have done with some speculation as to the aftermath.

    3. Action-packed, relevant action storyWhile Lip and Marks aren't the typical heroes you'd imagine in an action thriller, the pair of protagonists are both humorously illustrated and the type of guys you want to root for. The plot is solid and events relevant to today's world events. Buschi may be an independent author, but he writes like he has spent time on the NY Times Bestseller list for years. Kudos for an entertaining read. (C.L.Rivers, author of "PrinceFall")

    4. Fantastic book with a fast start, great factual context, and a lock yourself away plot. You won't be able to put it down. He has clearly got "IT" early and compares with Nelson DeMille or Stuart Woods. A definite must read for us.

    5. This book reminded me of a fast moving action movie that was so much fun to watch, you purposely try not to dissect the story line and probability of the events in the story so as not to ruin what you experienced. Loved it. It was just the kind of book I needed.

    6. Could've Been a Five StarLots of action and a great plot. Characters were first rate with the exception of the computer expert's continual complements of the Osama Obama and his administration. Although only four of obama's eight years of disastrous rule was covered, no one could be so blind and dumb as this author in thinking obama was anything but an anti-American. China is definitely more of a threat to us than anyone else and it will take an extremely strong President, like Trump, to deal wi [...]

    7. Come on in. This book invites the reader to world only few sick minds could imagine and from the opening pages rushes the reader down deep, dark corridors and past glimpses of manmade horror. It is a two pronged narrative with one common (no make that two) denominators. Marion Claiborne calls her husband’s old friends, as per instruction, and asks them for help. Their willingness to help was never in doubt as Thomas Lipkin and Leonard Markston were once very close to Johnny Two-cakes. Starting [...]

    8. freebie when acquired. A lot of tech stuff with the espionage; China's stealing U.S. secret information across the spectrum. A few guys are out to change this before the next election. I enjoyed the book. I imagine techies would understand it better. Interesting and realistic backdrop, frightening actually. Some grammatical, spelling and other writing errors, for example:1. In U.S. English, ALWAYS, the comma or period goes INSIDE THE QUOTATION MARKS. 2. would of, should of, could of; these shoul [...]

    9. This was one of those free books with a great cover and I thought let me change up my reading pattern read this book. What a was a great decision. Mark & Lips are a HOOT and I loved every page, every minute of this book. This is a MUST READDave just made my must read Author's list. He's a keeper.

    10. An amazing readFrom its inception, this book moved from page to page with a rhythm that makes me want to read all Dave Bushi's books. He is as good as it gets. I am proud to be one of the minions who enjoy his adventures.

    11. Entertaining and still informative - computer tech talk with humor. Interesting characters. Enjoyable quick read.

    12. Modern techno thriller.A story that could happen in real life, some degree it's happening already. Military and ex military personnel, computer geeks will enjoy this book.

    13. Wow good bookI really enjoyed this book the best was the way it ended hope ever one like I did by by

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