Beyond All Recognition: A Brent Marks Legal Thriller (Brent Marks Legal thrillers) (Volume 9)

The Military Industrial Complex on trial.

Experience the suspense and mystery of the latest in the best selling legal thriller series from the author critics hail as: “One of the strongest thriller writers on the scene.”

During his fourth tour in Iraq, Retired Captain Ryan Bennington, like many soldiers of his time, was fighting a faceless enemy. A split-second decision could mean the difference between killing an innocent civilian or losing an entire platoon to a suicide bomber. Ryan survives the war and comes home to conquer PTSD and chronic employment, only to be arrested for following the orders of his Commander.

Lawyer Brent Marks takes on Ryan’s defense in his court-martial trial, which will call upon the deepest, darkest secrets of the military industrial complex on trial. In their search for a scapegoat, have the powers-that-be gone too far this time?

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  1. ‘No one won the last war, and no one will win the next war.’ – Eleanor Roosevelt Kenneth Evade may be best known to readers as the author of ’Bless the Bees: The Pending Extinction of our Pollinators and What We Can Do To Stop It, and A Bee, See: Who Are Our Pollinators and Why Are They In Trouble? – two superlative books about his concern for our environment, a topic he takes to the top level in his superb books. Eade is an international business lawyer, based in Los Angeles, specializing in international law, Internet Law, appeals and complex litigation. He is a…

  2. War crimes Ryan had been in the army as an officer and been to Iraq four times. Even with PTSD he thought that part of his life was over. He was shocked and horrified when he was called back into service and charged with murder. When Brent met Maya in his office and heard about Ryan’s case he knew he would take it. With the help of his friend the private detective and a lot of research Brent was a lawyer in his first military court marshal. 

  3. One of the best books I’ve ever read! I think this is by far one of the BEST books I’ve read in a long time, and it kept my interest from beginning to end. I LOVE Kenneth Eade’s writing and the Brent Marks is one of my FAVORITE characters EVER! I got a lot out of the story, including concrete evidence of some things I had already heard about the Iraqui War, and that’s important to me. I’m thankful that there’s a lot of information about the way our governing bodies have been doing things, and gives us reason to doubt. Thank you…

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