Quiet Ops

Quiet Ops.


“Bob Burton knows crime and how to write about it…you won’t put this one down.” Elmore Leonard.

Brad Bennedict, bounty hunter and P.I., lives quietly in Montecito, and works in a blender of crime, corruption, and killings. His job is manhunting, and he and his crew at Quiet Ops do it better than anyone in the land. When billionaire Grenwald Stanton calls to report his beautiful twin daughters have been ‘ruffied’ and hooked on heronie by rapper Jo Jo Bling and that he’ll pay large for their return, Brad and his boys, T-Rex and Cocoa are on the hunt, and his main lady bounty hunter, Monique, is in the middle of it all. Then when Stanton is kidnapped without paying, ka ka hits the fan. From gold plated Montecito to the gator and snake filled swamps of Florida, it’s a manhunt.

















Reviews :

By  Mary J. Gramlich :

When your business is fixing other people’s problems, it tends to create difficulties in your own life. Brad “Bulldog” Benedict is the best in the correction of these problems but he may be in too deep with the latest case. Brad calls in all his best cohorts and even a few former enemies to help with rescuing two women caught up in something they cannot seem to escape. Brad has the ability to tweet the system to make the outcome turn his way yet this case is dogging him because nothing is falling into place as planned.

Having great friends makes the case happen but the enemies seem to want to set the night on fire with revenge. Brad is trying to figure out who is working with him as much as against him. The thought that it might be the man who hired him is frightening even to a former Marine.

This is one wild and fantastic read you should be prepared to take on and be mesmerized by from cover-to-cover. Every character is well written with realistic dialogue, the storyline compliments every page with fascinating interaction between every person in the book. The plot is fast paced and this read is complete package of delight.  More Reviews


By  Patricia L. Johnson:
Action adventure fans won’t be disappointed with Quite Ops by L. J. Martin and real-life bounty hunter Bob Burton. The action starts on page one and the pace never slows down. The plot revolves around the resourceful Brad “Bulldog” Benedict as he and his adventures crew attempt to rescue twin daughters of a billionaire kidnapped by a famous rapper. This is a great read!   More Reviews
Follow LJ on BookBub