The Jungle
MarkDawson
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Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM By MarkDawson

An assassin haunted by his past Two young refugees out of their depth and in need of his special talents John Milton is no stranger to the world s seedy underbelly But when the former British Secret Service agent comes up against a ruthless human trafficking ring, he ll have to fight harder than ever to conquer the evil in his path After Milton meets a refugee who lostAn assassin haunted by his past Two young refugees out of their depth and in need of his special talents John Milton is no stranger to the world s seedy underbelly But when the former British Secret Service agent comes up against a ruthless human trafficking ring, he ll have to fight harder than ever to conquer the evil in his path After Milton meets a refugee who lost a sister to people smugglers, he travels through war torn Libya and the murkiest parts of Italy and France to get the girl back As enemies watch his every move, Milton confronts a group of Albanian pimps and smugglers so dangerous, they could easily make this mission his last The Jungle is a gripping standalone thriller in Mark Dawson s bestselling John Milton series With cinematic set pieces, characters you ll grow to love, and edge of your seat action, it s easy to see why Dawson s books have been downloaded than one million times and optioned for a big screen film franchise Buy The Jungle to watch the British Jack Reacher get pushed to the brink today.
  • Title: The Jungle
  • Author: MarkDawson
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  • Page: 484
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Glen Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
This time, John Milton decides to help a refugee find his sister. Of course, he does things the hard way, and goes to Libya so that he can smuggle himself back into Italy, using the same network as the refugees.Lots of violence and betrayals. Pretty good stuff.
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Dan Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
John Milton. Who would have thought that in such a quick time John Smith could have taken the action readers world by storm? Like the best present in the bunch I held off till yesterday to open the newest installment of the Milton series. As I flipped the last page on my phone today I said, “Nice Job Dawson” . The Jungle does not disappoint.When my lawyer and friend Wayne Novick said” Dan, I think you will like this author”. I said I’ll give him a try. I waited a month. But when he men [...]
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Bob Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
How often have I said this: Dawson does it again. The plotting here is definitely fresh and original as The Cleaner, aka John Smith, goes underground into the world of shipping illegal immigrants from Africa to Europe.There were sequences I had to close the book and hold my breath.
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Hallie Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Very good in its depiction of human trafficking and the refugee camps in France (among other places), but I didn't like Milton enough to be interested in reading more in the series.
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Debbie Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Another great John Milton adventure!I throughly enjoyed this latest installment in the John Milton adventures. Although this book could stand alone, it will make you want to read the whole series to understand this man. He is thoughtful and kind but so incredibly effective fighting evil and protecting the innocent. He is a hero, flawed like everyone but you hardly notice you are so busy rooting for him! I love this series and I think Mark Dawson is an incredible writer .
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Gail Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Powerful, suspenseful, and action-filled!This series just keeps getting better and better. Mark Dawson knows how to develop his stories and characters to keep you intrigued and interested so you can not put down the book. John Milton wants to help when no one else will or cares. It is part of his ninth step in AA, and there is no stopping him once he is on a mission. Mark Dawson is very detailed in his descriptions of scenes. This is a great book, and I am sure you will enjoy it!
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Valerie Boyd Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Wow what a book - John Smith (Milton) does it again - instead of going forward he goes back to the start at Libya to find out how it works. Then he goes forward looking for the sister of a refugee he said he would help. I didn't want to put the book down. I look forward to reading the next book. Thank you Mark Dawson for giving me so much interesting material to read. Regards Valerie
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Jim Kratzok Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Great story! Milton is still standing up for the little guy and stomping on bullies. In this case he encounters what is essentially a slavery ring with women, fleeing their countries as refugees, being sold into slavery to work in brothels. Obviously this is not something he can tolerate and so he decides to do something about it as part of his quest to make amends for the things he did during his career with his country's government.
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Mary Herzog Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Non-stop excitement!I couldn't put this book down. John Milton gets himself into a lot of dangerous situations but always seems to come through on top. Who doesn't like a hero who is out to help those who can't help themselves and yet carries so much negative baggage from his past. I liked that Alex Hicks comes back in this story and you find out his wife 's cancer is in remission.
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Michael Lester Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
In this tense story John Milton goes up against Albanian Mobsters and Libyan Human Traffickers. Forever looking for redemption by helping strangers, Milton isn't scared to still use the tools that the SAS and The Group gave him to get things done.Mark Dawson turns up the heat in this action thriller. Brilliant read.
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Don Harrington Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Slavery is not ancient historyMilton in his continuing quest to balance wrongs from his past life trips over an especially ugly facet of human nature. His sense of honor could get him killed. Seems well researched and is well written. Recommended read.
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dennis barron Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
The Jungle. Mark DawsonPeople who deal in human trafficking are a despicable lot. Milton won't stAnd for it. A Girl he doesn't know needs his help. Milton will rescue her and Destroy whoever stands in his way. Another incredible read! Enjoyed immensely!
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Claudie Muchindu Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
This is my first John Milton book and I'm sure I'll be back for more.I listened to the audiobook version and the narrator helped sink me into the scene as I prepared many a supper plate!
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Tom Wilusz Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Mark Dawson has gone near the top of my list of favorite authors.John Milton character is up there with Elvis Cole and Joe Pike.Can't wait to read #10
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Dona Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
I've read aall of the John Mitoon books and like the character but found this installment too far fetched to reallly enjoy it.
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John F Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Another thrill ride!Great level of detail, incredible action and a very timely topic, John is at his best and he never disappoints!
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Jan Quinn Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
I love his stories. Just about the time I'm getting bore with the line of the story something happens and John does incredibly unbelievable and Noboby would thinking of doing. He takes chance no one would of doing
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Bev Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
John Milton is back, and helping out a friend by driving a lorry to Europe, via Calais (and the camp which is known as “The Jungle” where the refugees camp out, before trying to hitch a ride via whatever means they can over to the United Kingdom. This book centres around a young man who manages to hide in Milton’s friends lorry and upon arriving in the UK is found by Immigration and sent to a holding facility whilst his case is reviewed, but not before Milton manages to obtain the reason a [...]
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Marley Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Another excellent entry from the most prolific Mark Dawson. How I admire his stamina!The Jungle lives up to what we expect from John Milton. (Numerous times in the last few months I've asked the question WWJMD--What would John Milton, do? The only drawback is that I know what he'd do, but I don't have the expertise.)I think this is an important book not only for the series, but for the detailed narrative of forced immigration due to (the mainly US) destabilization of the Middle East and Africa, [...]
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d.yates Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Milton delivers again!Mark Dawson's mainstay travels between the UK and Libya to track down human traffickers. In his quest for redemption of his sordid past as a government assassin, Milton employs his deadly skills to help victims of crimes. In The Jungle, Milton assists a young Eritrean man whose sister was kidnapped and sold to an Eastern European family that operates brothels in the UK. While the brother is locked in a detention facility for illegal immigrants, Milton enlists the assistance [...]
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Dixie Petersen Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
I believe author, Mark Dawson, must be or have been a spy to be able write so realistically and so vividly! Each rich detail adds to the realism! His characters come alive in his words, as his narrative paints the suspense and action into my mind. I think this author must have shadowed a "craftsman" in this chosen vocation of espionage spy and a master "cleaner".Every book in this series of nine (and counting, I hope), has been as exciting as the most thrilling and suspenseful roller coaster rid [...]
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Alicia Gard Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Four and a half stars - Milton is back, with Hicks, and they are awesome! Really good novel in the series, and the descriptions gave me a clear picture of the landscapes.ny countries were covered in this book and included the ongoing issue of refugee/immigration of people looking for a better, safer life. Very relevant - and I also appreciated that for once, Milton was not entangled with a new female character romantically. In my opinion this kept the story more streamlined. Good job Dawson!!
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Susan Decker Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
John Milton doesn't disappoint.Another thriller from Mark Dawson. The Jungle did not grab me the same way as Mr. Dawson's previous novels because I felt the plot was not as complicated as the others. It was very straight forward and simple. I prefer more twists and turns and a lot more characters thrown into the mix. The Jungle took me longer to read because I was not as invested in this story as I have been with Dawson's previous novels. He still ranks up there with my favorite novelists.
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Jim A Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Another well written John Milton entry. Ninth book into the Milton series and I've not become bored with the character. A big thing for me in Dawson's writing is the way he describes the scene. Keeps the reader involved and interested while filling in the novel. Excellent.As in the second Milton novel, Saint Death, the subject is human trafficking. Dawson does a very good job working with today's hot issues. Worth the read.
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Dan Dobler Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Gritty, but top notch!The story of refugee abuse always makes me feel uncomfortable, but add siblings into the mix and I'm hit especially hard. Combined with that, the author puts Hicks in an extremely vulnerable position in one of the most well written torture scenes I've ever encountered; not overly grisly, but with a sense of dread that reminded me of my training in POW techniques while in the Air Force prior to heading to Vietnam. I love this author and this series!
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David Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Brilliant. As with all the previous books in the John Milton series it was tense and believable throughout. I found it difficult to put down. Void to see another JM book will be following soon. In the meantime I'm off to download and read the Beatrix Rose series (she was involved in one of JM's (adventures). I would recommend author Mark Dawson to anyone who follows Lee Childs 'Jack Reacher' or Brett Battles Jonathan Quinn or even Ty Patterson's Warrior series.
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Daniel Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
Read this during a recent international trip. I enjoyed it. Uncharacteristically, there were a couple of chapters spent telling character stories that felt like they accomplished little. That being said, I really enjoyed the story and the engagement with a serious contemporary issue of illegal immigration - human smuggling - forced sex slavery. An engaging story exposing the realities of a very real and present danger to our world.
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John Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
I was searching for another Jack Reacher type of series when I stumbled on the first boxed set of three novels featuring John Milton. Mark Dawson writes a mean thriller with a larger than life hero who has a mean streak a mile wide. These books are highly recommended for readers who like their action hot and heavy with interesting plots. I've read all nine novels in the past two months and they are all page turner'sMr. Dawson, I'm waiting.
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Lynda Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
A Great Read!It's always good time following Milton on his road to redemption. This fast pace tale kept me reading. I just wanted to see what was going to happen next. In fact, I finished it in one sitting. John Milton tales, always have the right amount of suspense and when it's all finished you have all the answers. I'm looking forward to the next adventure.
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Solange Mar 21, 2019 - 03:57 AM
John Milton never disappoints As always a fast paced no nonsense thriller. The only downside is that now I have to wait for the next and I read this book in a day. That being said Mark Dawson doesn't waste endless pages describing the colors and smells of the daisies as other authors do by describing ad nauseam trivial things.
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The Jungle By MarkDawson An assassin haunted by his past Two young refugees out of their depth and in need of his special talents John Milton is no stranger to the world s seedy underbelly But when the former British Secret Service agent comes up against a ruthless human trafficking ring, he ll have to fight harder than ever to conquer the evil in his path After Milton meets a refugee who lostAn assassin haunted by his past Two young refugees out of their depth and in need of his special talents John Milton is no stranger to the world s seedy underbelly But when the former British Secret Service agent comes up against a ruthless human trafficking ring, he ll have to fight harder than ever to conquer the evil in his path After Milton meets a refugee who lost a sister to people smugglers, he travels through war torn Libya and the murkiest parts of Italy and France to get the girl back As enemies watch his every move, Milton confronts a group of Albanian pimps and smugglers so dangerous, they could easily make this mission his last The Jungle is a gripping standalone thriller in Mark Dawson s bestselling John Milton series With cinematic set pieces, characters you ll grow to love, and edge of your seat action, it s easy to see why Dawson s books have been downloaded than one million times and optioned for a big screen film franchise Buy The Jungle to watch the British Jack Reacher get pushed to the brink today.

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