Books by Gordon Kent

FORCE PROTECTION by Gordon Kent
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Sept. 7, 2004

"With the pseudonymous Kent (a father-and-son writing team, both ex-Navy ), authenticity is a given, but what really makes this series go is a core conviction that thrillers thrill when they're character-driven."
Terrorists take on the Lieutenant Commanders Craik—and are, of course, overmatched. Read full book review >
HOSTILE CONTACT by Gordon Kent
Released: July 8, 2003

"Longer than it should be and convoluted, but redeemed by some brilliant scenes and a thoroughly agreeable cast."
Swashbuckling US Navy Lieutenant-Commander Alan Craik (Top Hook, 2002, etc.) returns to earn the thanks of a grateful nation, not to mention his growing fan base. Read full book review >
TOP HOOK by Gordon Kent
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 4, 2002

"Paranoia powered on Ludlumite. Time for fans to refuel."
Third in the Alan Craik naval intelligence series by a pseudonymous father/son team of retired naval intelligence officers, picking up where Peacemaker (2001) left off. Read full book review >
PEACEMAKER by Gordon Kent
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 1, 2001

"Heroes of both sexes to root for, deliciously corrupt villains to create anxiety: despite occasional forays into acronymic thickets, this rollicking, rousing naval thriller bears comparison to the genre's best."
A stirring sequel to Rules of Engagement (1999) from the pseudonymous Kent (a father and son writing team), with Navy intelligence officer Alan Craik back for some more of his special brand of derring-do. Read full book review >
RULES OF ENGAGEMENT by Gordon Kent
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 11, 1999

"But this is a heartfelt first adventure as well, treating duty, honor, and commitment with such unabashed seriousness that readers may be led into rethinking them."
An impressive debut about a young naval intelligence officer who pursues his father's murderer with Hamlet-like passion. Read full book review >