Honor Due

Fiction - Thriller - General
344 Pages
Reviewed on 07/24/2009
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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite

The Major thought he’d left his life as covert agent behind but he was wrong.  When he discovers he is the target of a Special Operations Team he turns to his skills learned from Viet Nam.  He’ll need his skills to survive.   A murder, a kidnapping and danger abound.

DH brown offers readers an unusual hero.  The Major retired from the Special Forces.  The near 60 year old man is and prepared for anything that might come his way.  The setting is the wilderness in the state of Washington.  Honor Due is written from the first person perspective.  It gave me the sense of being in the midst of the action.  DH Brown did not spare the action, it never ends.  There is just the right amount of romance to give Major a softer, more human side.  The Major is an incredible character with great depth.  He’s a warrior that won’t hesitate to strike.  This is the first of a new series.  I can hardly wait to read more about the Major.


Great review.
Mr. Brown does write amazing adventure filled stories.
I think it's as much a love story as a thriller myself.

Jeri Meadows

I'm a girl and I never read war stories. A friend gave me a copy of Honor Due and told me it was a love story. Beyond the chills and very real kills, it is a love story. I can't wait for his next book. I'ma FAN!

Camus T.

I love this author too! His book reads just like he says. You are just sitting with the Major and listening to his story. Great read. Honor Defended is too!!!

D Markowsky

Top notch writing. Great book. It'll keep you up at night.