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Publisher Description

America is ready for a new type of hero. John Paxton is a man who understands duty—both to his family and to his country. As a highly decorated pararescueman in the Air Force, he's risked his own life numerous times to save the lives of others. He is the epitome of the pararescue motto: These Things We Do That Others May Live. But now that he's married with two small children, he's content as an instructor at Lackland Air Force Base.

Then Paxton is commanded to lead a team on a dangerous mission—supposedly to rescue the pilot of a stealth fighter shot down over Serbia. Yet, nothing is as it seems. As the mission goes from bad to worse, Paxton uncovers a deadly plot that threatens National Security. But to fight an enemy with ties to one of the most dangerous organizations on the planet, he risks not only his own life, but also the lives of the people he loves the most.

"SAY GOODBYE is a thrilling, edge-of-your-seat page-turner. Don't miss it!"
~Michele Bardsley, national bestselling author

"Finally, a thrilling true-to-life novel about America's ultra-elite but largely unsung special operations force, the Air Force Pararescuemen."
~Matthew Bracken, former Navy SEAL and author of the ENEMIES FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC series.

Mysteries & Thrillers
December 14
Robert Capko
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

NickThurston ,

Couldn't put it down!

This book was absolutely amazing! I could not set it down. Finished it in 3 days, and that's saying something for me! The whole time I felt like I was watching an action suspense movie, very descriptive and paints a great picture. Highly recommend this book

Ryman6 ,

Must read

I could not put this book down! Great characters, great storyline. I really felt like I was part of the action. Well done, Mr. Capko!

Capilini ,

Say Goodbye

The author, Robert Capko, does a masterful job of keeping the reader on edge with all the twist and turns in Say Goodbye. Great storyline and intriguing characters. Anxiously awaiting the next John Paxton novel.

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