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Veil of Deception ❰EPUB❯ ✶ Veil of Deception Author Michael Byars Lewis – Thomashillier.co.uk For years, Air Force Captain Jason Conrad flew and instructed in the supersonic T Despite his decline into a self destructive lifestyle, he was considered one of the best instructors on the base Foll For years, Air Force Captain Jason Conrad flew and instructed in the supersonic TDespite his decline into a self destructive lifestyle, he was considered one of the best instructors on the base Following a terrifying jet crash, Jason finds himself on a very short list of people on their way out the door It is a surprise to everyone when he is assigned to the home of the US Air Force Flight Test Center Jason should have known that in a one mistake Air Force where you do with less , everything Veil of ePUB ½ would not be what it appears Attached to a secret project with a shadowy contractor, Jason is caught between two complications an overbearing, retired general determined to see him fail and an aggressive television reporter who wants him in prison When a ghost from the past shows up and a beautiful, yet mysterious woman enters his life, Jason soon discovers his special project has secrets than anyone knows about and it could cost him his life.


10 thoughts on “Veil of Deception

  1. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    In Veil Of Deception, the second book in the Captain Jason Conrad Series, author Michael Byars Lewis weaves a riveting military thriller that follows the latest adventure of Air Force Captain Jason Conrad.The reader was introduced to Captain Jason Conrad, a jet pilot instructor at Vance Air Force Base in Oklahoma, in Surly Bonds, the first book in the series Now in Veil Of Deception, Jason s adventures continues when he is assigned to Edwards Air Force Base in California, the home of the U.S A In Veil Of Deception, the second book in the Captain Jason Conrad Series, author Michael Byars Lewis weaves a riveting military thriller that follows the latest adventure of Air Force Captain Jason Conrad.The reader was introduced to Captain Jason Conrad, a jet pilot instructor at Vance Air Force Base in Oklahoma, in Surly Bonds, the first book in the series Now in Veil Of Deception, Jason s adventures continues when he is assigned to Edwards Air Force Base in California, the home of the U.S Air Force Flight Test Center, to assist in the testing of a new top secret Air Force project, the F 2000 fighter jet But the secret project goes anything but smooth when there are secrets and deception by the contractor, and dangerous espionage from foreign countries who want to take the U.S down.Author Michael Byars Lewis utilizes his vast experience as an Air Force pilot to weave a gripping and complex military political thriller that will captivate the reader s attention, and keep them sitting on the edge of their seats.Veil Of Deception is a fast paced multi layered tale that is masterfully interwoven with international intrigue and espionage secrets, deception, and hidden agendas political posturing, plots, and threats surprising twists and turns a subtle mysterious romance and an epic military air to air dogfight The reader follows along as Jason is caught in the middle of a dangerous web of deceit as this realistic story unfolds This is an exciting and dramatic story that engages the reader to figure out who is hiding behind a veil of deception, it will keep them guessing until all the puzzle pieces are put together, and the explosive truth is unveiled in this dangerous international cat and mouse game.Disclaimer I received a copy of the book from the author publisher in exchange for my honest review and participation in a virtual book tour event hosted by Partners In Crime Virtual Book Tours.http jerseygirlbookreviews.blogspot


  2. Kim (Bookishly Me) Kim (Bookishly Me) says:

    Reading Veil of Deception was most definitely a roller coaster ride There was so much happening I just had to keep reading I was afraid I would otherwise get lost in this multi layered storyline This is the second book in the Captain Jason Conrad series and I haven t read the first book Surly Bonds, but that did not bother me at all.You really need to pay attention when reading otherwise you will get completely lost But I like a challenge so this was not a problem for me There are a lot af c Reading Veil of Deception was most definitely a roller coaster ride There was so much happening I just had to keep reading I was afraid I would otherwise get lost in this multi layered storyline This is the second book in the Captain Jason Conrad series and I haven t read the first book Surly Bonds, but that did not bother me at all.You really need to pay attention when reading otherwise you will get completely lost But I like a challenge so this was not a problem for me There are a lot af characters in this book, the story is told from multiple angles so all parts are shown This makes for a lot of story lines in Veil of Deception which in the end come together, except one which lacked some explenation but it was not a big part of the story so it didn t bother me to much but did make me ask Why The idea on how China would try to bring down America was quite clever and I really liked that angle It really gives you something to think about Bring in Russian spionage in the mix and you know that this will be an exciting read.There is a lot of intrigue, action, espionage, suspense, secrets and deception in Veil of Deception Definately not a dull or easy read This was the first book I read by Michael Byars Lewis, but I am looking forward to readingfrom him


  3. JD Rudman JD Rudman says:

    If you enjoy a thriller that keeps coming at you from different angles, then Veil of Deception is the right book for you.If you know how the US Air Force works , then you will nod your head in agreement on every page If you are a closet conspiracy theorist, you may never look at the world the same way after reading this book Lewis expertly blends his James Bond Jack Ryan style action thriller with realistic geographic context in a way that drops the reader into the passenger seat of each ch If you enjoy a thriller that keeps coming at you from different angles, then Veil of Deception is the right book for you.If you know how the US Air Force works , then you will nod your head in agreement on every page If you are a closet conspiracy theorist, you may never look at the world the same way after reading this book Lewis expertly blends his James Bond Jack Ryan style action thriller with realistic geographic context in a way that drops the reader into the passenger seat of each character as he bobs and weaves a spy tale you will never forget I felt like I was in the car on the opening scene in Pensacola, and again at Edwards Air Force Base, where most of this book takes place The detail is precise but not too wordy I think Lewis will see this book become a movie on par with Clancy s best You can t help but pull for the good guys and hate the villains, that is if you are an American In the end, the good guys win, or do they SPOILER ALERT Keep an eye on the timeline as you near the end of this historical novel I give this book my best rating ever I think you will too


  4. Derekmichael Jeter Derekmichael Jeter says:

    Incredible book Surprises around every corner will have you on the edge of your seat as you read If you love suspense, espionage, and action this book is definitely for you


  5. Jason E. Fort Jason E. Fort says:

    Veil of Deception Quite the unveiling First of all, you can t go wrong when your action hero s first name is Jason.Secondly, the author unveiled bits and pieces slowly at first, drawing you in but making you wonder just where is this thing going Next thing you know, you re sitting in the cockpit with the hero and a good looking woman, and you realize things just got real.A great thrill ride, where readers can easily tell the author knows a thing or two about flying It s five stars for me R Veil of Deception Quite the unveiling First of all, you can t go wrong when your action hero s first name is Jason.Secondly, the author unveiled bits and pieces slowly at first, drawing you in but making you wonder just where is this thing going Next thing you know, you re sitting in the cockpit with the hero and a good looking woman, and you realize things just got real.A great thrill ride, where readers can easily tell the author knows a thing or two about flying It s five stars for me Read it, and enjoy


  6. Charles Thibos Charles Thibos says:

    It had its moments, but mostly corny and lots of errors


  7. Joan Joan says:

    I really liked this historical novel of espionage It is an exciting exploration of how China may be working to take down America It takes place in 2001.This is the second novel featuring Jason Conrad I have not read the first one yet I thoroughly enjoyed this one Conrad is an Air Force captain who trains jet pilots In this novel, he is assigned to Edwards Air Force Base to assist in testing a new generation of fighter jet.We readers soon find out that all is not as it is supposed to be with I really liked this historical novel of espionage It is an exciting exploration of how China may be working to take down America It takes place in 2001.This is the second novel featuring Jason Conrad I have not read the first one yet I thoroughly enjoyed this one Conrad is an Air Force captain who trains jet pilots In this novel, he is assigned to Edwards Air Force Base to assist in testing a new generation of fighter jet.We readers soon find out that all is not as it is supposed to be with the company contracted to design and manufacture the new jet The simulations aren t working properly The multistory building housing the company is a sham, with only the first floor completed and being used And then people associated with the project start dying.I was impressed with the new bent on China trying to take down America China is behind the company creating the aircraft One part of their deception is creating cost overruns of into the billions And this is in 2001 The Chinese aim to drain the Department of Defense of operational funds, ultimately producing a useless aircraft But as the novel progresses, that is just the tip of the iceberg with respect to what China has planned, using those they have embedded in the U.S To add to the intrigue, there is a Russian agent, an assassin, seriously interest in the project too.Jason is not a strong hero He is a little slow on figuring things out He s also captivated by a woman from the first novel who suddenly comes back into his life right when he is going to work with the new jet I was amazed that he wasn tsuspect of her appearance after being gone for six years I would have preferred asavvy male lead My favorite character was Sherri, a reporter with the New York Times She s a scrappy woman who is not afraid to be shot at to get an inside story.Since the plot revolves around a new jet, there is much about flying, enduring Gs, finding turning points, and muchThere is experimental technology involved in this superior jet and that was interesting to read about The author s expertise in this area shows I really like his writing style The novel flows well with continuous action.I recommend this novel to readers who would like a novel about Chinese plans to severely weaken America You ll enjoy a realistic plot with lots of action and an exciting end.I received a complimentary digital copy of this book through Partners in Crime Virtual Book Tours for the purpose of an independent and honest review


  8. Victor Gentile Victor Gentile says:

    Michael Byars Lewis in his new book, Veil Of Deception Book Two in the Captain Jason Conrad series published by SATCOM Publishing gives us another adventure with Captain Jason Conrad.From the back cover There are no coincidences When Jason Conrad returned to Vance Air Force Base as a T 38 instructor pilot, he never wanted to leave For five years, Air Force Captain Jason Conrad flew and instructed in the supersonic T 38 Despite his decline into a self destructive lifestyle, he was considered Michael Byars Lewis in his new book, Veil Of Deception Book Two in the Captain Jason Conrad series published by SATCOM Publishing gives us another adventure with Captain Jason Conrad.From the back cover There are no coincidences When Jason Conrad returned to Vance Air Force Base as a T 38 instructor pilot, he never wanted to leave For five years, Air Force Captain Jason Conrad flew and instructed in the supersonic T 38 Despite his decline into a self destructive lifestyle, he was considered one of the best instructors on the base Following a terrifying jet crash, Jason finds himself on a very short list of people on their way out the door.It is a surprise to everyone when he is assigned to the home of the U.S Air Force Flight Test Center Jason should have known that in a one mistake Air Force where you dowith less , everything would not be what it appears Attached to a secret project with a shadowy contractor, Jason is caught between two complications an overbearing, retired general determined to see him fail and an aggressive television reporter who wants him in prison.When a ghost from the past shows up and a beautiful, yet mysterious woman enters his life, Jason soon discovers his special project hassecrets than anyone knows aboutand it could cost him his life.If you look in the Dictionary under, Suspense Thriller, this novel is listed Mr Lewis has given us quite a character with Jason Conrad, he isn t your typical hero with quite a few rough edges but, I suppose, that is what makes him interesting Since the plot revolves around a new jet, there is much about flying and most of the plot takes place at Vance Air Force Base Then there is the interaction with China There is deception piled upon deception piled upon deception On top of everything this is quite an engrossing thriller that will have you muttering oh, no as you are reading as fast as you can to get to the next page Don t start this book late at night as it will cost you sleep as you will not want to put it down I am already looking forward to the next book in this series.Disclosure of Material Connection I received this book free from Partners In Crime I was not required to write a positive review The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission s 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising


  9. Rob Ballister Rob Ballister says:

    In his second book, Michael Byars Lewis takes his Air Force hero, Jason Conrad, through another non stop thrill ride full of women, violence, and international intrigue Conrad is trying to find some normalcy after the events of the first book, and is looking to get on with his career But when he lands a once in a lifetime job AND the most mysterious woman of his life shows up after six years, he knows life is going to be anything but normal Throw in a gorgeous red headed reporter from the New In his second book, Michael Byars Lewis takes his Air Force hero, Jason Conrad, through another non stop thrill ride full of women, violence, and international intrigue Conrad is trying to find some normalcy after the events of the first book, and is looking to get on with his career But when he lands a once in a lifetime job AND the most mysterious woman of his life shows up after six years, he knows life is going to be anything but normal Throw in a gorgeous red headed reporter from the New York Times and some Chinese commandos, and things get absolutely crazy.It s obvious that Lewis is writing from experience with regards to aviation and the Air Force, and he uses his knowledge to add believable depth to the story It is as good a techno thriller espionage tale as you will find, but without a lot of jargon, so even those lacking aviation or military experience can fully enjoy its telling This story gets great marks for creativity, action, and some great characters Highly recommended for fans of Tom Clancy, Dale Brown, or Jeff Edwards


  10. Bella Bella says:

    This supremely satisfying military thriller hits all the right notes while establishing Lewis among the best in the genre Highly recommended.The new F 2000 fighter jet is the most secretive project the Air Force has developed since the B 2 bomber Featuring advanced stealth capability, vertical takeoff landing and RPA, the ability to fly the aircraft remotely in the event that the pilot becomes incapacitated, the plane is slated to be a game changer for American air superiority All is well wit This supremely satisfying military thriller hits all the right notes while establishing Lewis among the best in the genre Highly recommended.The new F 2000 fighter jet is the most secretive project the Air Force has developed since the B 2 bomber Featuring advanced stealth capability, vertical takeoff landing and RPA, the ability to fly the aircraft remotely in the event that the pilot becomes incapacitated, the plane is slated to be a game changer for American air superiority All is well with the F 2000 s tests in the Mojave Desert until the RPA contractor discloses that the sale isn t necessarily a done deal Unless their price is met, technology may be sold to a group from Saudi Arabia.But why exactly are the Saudis interested in remote piloting technology Check out the rest of my review at BestThrillers.com


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