Kyle Mills

FTLComm - Carrot River - Monday, June 7, 2004
Ok, I just finished reading his third book Free Fall. It was one of the best I've read and it'll take a couple days to absorb it.
His first was Rising Phoenix then followed by Storming Heaven. That should be read before Free Fall as he writes like Clancy and Clive Cussler.
The hero, or anti hero, of the series is Mark Beamon, an over weight chain smoking alcoholic FBI agent who in this book is on suspension and facing dismissal and penitentiary time. With lines like
"He was steering with hs knees as his right arm was in a sling and his left was better used to reach the beer can on the dash board".
Just the image you have of the FBI isn't it?
Mills was born in 1966, this book was written in 2000, and his father is a retired FBI agent. His dad's friend, Tom Clancy, got him hooked up with Harper Collins to publisher his books.

Kevin McIntyre

Mills, Kyle, Free Fall, Chapter One Excerpt, as seen on line June 7, 2004, Harper Collins


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