Unlimited [Humor and Comedy Book] ↠ Reflexive Fire - by Jack Murphy ✓

By Jack Murphy | Comments: ( 720 ) | Date: ( Apr 10, 2020 )

As a freelance assassin, Deckard is no stranger to the shadow world of covert operations, but when he is summoned to Bohemian Grove and hired to train and lead a battalion of Kazakh mercenaries, he soon discovers his employer s real agenda a doomsday plot decades in the making Now, free humanity s only chance for survival rests with Deckard s renegade Private Military CoAs a freelance assassin, Deckard is no stranger to the shadow world of covert operations, but when he is summoned to Bohemian Grove and hired to train and lead a battalion of Kazakh mercenaries, he soon discovers his employer s real agenda a doomsday plot decades in the making Now, free humanity s only chance for survival rests with Deckard s renegade Private Military Company From Afghanistan, to Burma, and beyond, the clock is ticking down to global extinction.


  • Title: Reflexive Fire
  • Author: Jack Murphy
  • ISBN: 9781461099376
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Reflexive Fire

  • Jack Murphy

    I wrote it so I'm a little biased!


  • Billy Edmonds

    AwesomeFast paced, brutal, great characters, would make a mean movie brofelt like I was in the fight of my life.


  • Steven Jr.

    In the military action thriller genre, it's common to talk the talk. It's the bare minimum, after all--in today's information-rich society, it is ridiculously easy to pick out an author who didn't do the research. But even among those who can talk the talk, there is an exalted category, those who have walked the walk. Those who have literally put their lives on the line outside the wire and bring their experiences with them to the written word.Jack Murphy is one of the few who can talk the talk [...]


  • Wanda

    The book was easy to read, but the violence was at times overwhelming. Jack knows how to tell a story and keep it interesting. Military fiction is not my usual genre, but I've enjoyed Jack's books - I've read his PROMIS books as well. Sort of a learning experience for me I guess, into the mindset of a "professional" soldier. The PROMIS books are a tad unsettling, since PROMIS program is real; and I suspect the action in the books was very realistic if not factual.


  • Juan Duarte

    Alright as far as military thrillers go. Felt like a combination of other works in the genre, most notably Clancy's "Rainbow Six." The author's background as an operator comes through in the pages.


  • Andrew

    Big fun.


  • Benjamin Cheah

    (Minor spoilers)Reflexive Fire is a stunning debut by former US Army Special Operations veteran Jack Murphy. It tells the tale of Deckard, a professional mercenary. Deckard is inserted into a conspiracy, which hires him to train a private army in Kazakhstan. As his unit gains experience in the field, Deckard discovers the nature of the conspiracy and must go off the reservation to save the world. Murphy has walked the walked, and can clearly talk the talk. He goes in-depth into the mindset, trai [...]


  • Henry Brown

    Since the early 1990s, men's fiction has dwindled to almost nothing. Critics of the genre will point to the abysmal writing in some of the titles during its heyday. I have reason to hope for a resurgence in men's fiction that the critics of the genre won't be able to dismiss easily. I say that because of well-written, hard-hitting novels like Reflexive Fire.The hero is everything you could hope for in an action-adventure--intelligent, charismatic, honorable, a combat veteran from an elite unit, [...]


  • James Viser

    I won't repeat the more comprehensive reviews already written, but all I can say is Jack Murphy has a winner on his hands! To be honest, I wasn't really sure what I was getting into when I started the book, but there was more ACTION in the first three chapters than the entirety of many books!Here's where Murphy excels - he takes real-life organizations, events and scenarios and then crafts them into a plot so audacious that he makes it believable. Well, maybe it is real, we don't know, but Murph [...]


  • David Dalton

    I almost gave this story a 2 or 3 star rating, but the ending was so great, with tons of action, that I bumped it up to a 4-star rating. Overall the book is a great action thriller, with plenty of shoot'em up action. The only thing that slowed down the story and made me roll my eyes (like I can't believe how dorky/hokey this is) is when the author introduced the main villains in the story and set them up as an end of the world type cult. Early on the evil powers that be were holding some kind of [...]


  • Jack Silkstone

    Jack Murphy’s book Reflexive Fire caught my attention immediately. Author with a SOF background, check. Rogue operatives with a solid set of morals, check. He even has the same first name as me, legend. I had to give it a read and I sure as shit wasn’t disappointed.It was no surprise that the action is intense and authentic. Those with a military background will really appreciate some of the finer details, although SEALs and the French may disagree with their lot…. Even if the extent of yo [...]


  • Robert Enzenauer

    Jack Murphy has quickly become a "must read" for me. He combines a very fast-moving story with very action-packed combat scenes. Sean Deckard is the "real deal" - a complex, driven, and dark hero. Agree with other readers who have compared to Vince Flynn and Brad Thor - to which I would add Tim Tigner. The author is very accurate and very specific in his descriptions of weapons and tactics. The plot seems that it could end up as tomorrow's headlines. And the villians are truly evil. The author's [...]


  • Bob Caroti

    one of the advantages of getting my Kindle Fire is all the books available from amazon at little or no cost amazing how some are good, some great and some unreadable! This military fiction is very well written and moves at warp speed all the way thru. Looking at the list, there are more Jack Deckard books coming all I can say is that I'll be looking for them!


  • Jerry

    Don't know what the fuss was over this book. All I was looking for was an action/thriller book. I could care less about in-depth weapons nomenclature. The books by Brad Thor, Vince Flynn and Ted Bell are much, much better.


  • Peyton Young

    Loved it. Recommended it to all my friends!


  • Greg

    It was an entertaining story, but I couldn't get over the author's problems with getting the guns right. Remington does not make a "270" shotgun.


  • Chris Davis

    Intense, exciting and informativeThe three key words in the title describes everything this book was for me. Phenomenal author I'm so happy to have discovered.


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