If you missed out on reading this edge of your seat, action-packed novel when it was only available as an ebook series, well, never fear… It is now available in print! If you are a fan of high-intensity action novels, you really should give Operation Zulu Redemption by Ronie Kendig a try. I loved it!
In Ronie Kendig’s novel, Operation Zulu Redemption, we meet a very special team of operatives. They are currently living their lives in hiding, until someone starts targeting them and taking them out! This highly explosive story will keep you reading late into the night to find out what happens!
So, how did Ronie Kendig come up with the team name? Is there some significance behind the designation of Zulu?
Ronie: As with many military ops books, I wanted a code name for the team that fit. Since Zulu is the alphabetical way to say “z” in the military, I felt it was appropriate because an all-female ops team was the last thing anyone would expect.
Ronie Kendig’s books are well-known for their amazing action scenes. Ever wonder what the secret is to writing an action scene that rocks? Ronie gives us a little peek into what it takes…
“In an action scene, it’s crucial not to get buried in details that are too technical because that will force a reader to slow down. It’s imperative that an author capture the action in a way that visually commands a speed-reading, breathless sprint through the scene.” – Ronie Kendig
You can order your copy here or at other major retailers and meet the men and women of Team Zulu for yourself! The link is for the paperback version of the complete Operation Zulu Redemption, but the complete version is also available in ebook, as well.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
They never should’ve existed. Now they don’t.
Zulu, the first all-female special ops team was set up to take a devastating fall. Fearing for their lives, Zulu members vanished with new identities. Isolated and haunted by their past, they are terrified of being discovered.
Over the years, the brave women of Zulu have begun to hope they might be safe and the terrible tragedy forgotten.
Until two of them are murdered.
Britt, I am so excited that Zulu is now in print!