Don Brown
Code 13
July 04, 2018 Comments.. 904
Code A billion dollar contract for the sale of drones to the Navy the largest drone contract in history puts two Navy JAG officers in the gun sights of a mysterious killer Caroline is just getting her fe

  • Title: Code 13
  • Author: Don Brown
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A billion dollar contract for the sale of drones to the Navy, the largest drone contract in history, puts two Navy JAG officers in the gun sights of a mysterious killer Caroline is just getting her feet wet at the prestigious Code 13, but is thankful for at least one familiar face old flame, PJ McDonald He loops her into the assignment he is currently working on the legA billion dollar contract for the sale of drones to the Navy, the largest drone contract in history, puts two Navy JAG officers in the gun sights of a mysterious killer.Caroline is just getting her feet wet at the prestigious Code 13, but is thankful for at least one familiar face old flame, PJ McDonald He loops her into the assignment he is currently working on the legality of a proposed drone sharing contract with Homeland Security that would allow the sale of drones for domestic surveillance The contractor wants a legal opinion clearing the contract for congressional approval But the Mob wants the proposal dead on arrival.But when McDonald is gunned down in cold blood and a second JAG officer is killed, one thing becomes clear Whoever is ordered to write the legal opinion on the drones has become a target Which is exactly why Caroline goes to her commanding officer and volunteers to write the legal opinion herself She is determined to avenge PJ s death, and trap the killer, even if that means making herself a target.It is a deadly game of Russian roulette for the sake of justice But Caroline is determined to see it through, even if it costs her life.

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    1 Blog on “Code 13

    1. Victor Gentile says:

      Don Brown in his new book, “Code 13″ Book Two in the Navy JAG Series published by Zondervan gives us an adventure with Lieutenant Commander Caroline McCormick.From the back cover: THE U.S. NAVY’S BILLION-DOLLAR CONTRACT FOR THE SALE OF DRONES LANDS TWO NAVY JAG OFFICERS IN THE GUN SIGHTS OF A KILLER. Caroline is just getting her feet wet at the prestigious Code 13, but is thankful for at least one familiar face—her old flame, P.J. MacDonald. He loops her into the assignment he is current [...]

    2. Sandra says:

      The heart of this story involves JAG Lt. Commander Caroline McCormick who is sent to Washington, D. C. to work in the coveted Pentagon location known as Code 13. While she's there she hopes to reconnect with P. J. MacDonald who is another JAG lawyer at Code 13 and a former love.What she doesn't expect is to become embroiled in plots by two opposing sides to the passage or killing of a proposed joint project between the U. S. Navy and the Department of Homeland Security. As well, she doesn't know [...]

    3. Paula says:

      Don Brown’s books are some of my favorites in our church library and as the director, I am often recommending them to my patrons who say don’t you have something other than a romance novel. He does a good job of weaving in faith principles with a somewhat gritty story and a little romance for those who just have to have some. Mr. Brown’s experience in the Navy Jag Corps does shine through.Caroline is just getting her feet wet at the prestigious Code 13, but is thankful for at least one fam [...]

    4. Karen Colbert says:

      Great book!

    5. Bobbie says:

      Brown's books are always good and this one is no exception. It was a bit odd though when the characters were discussing a book called "The Black Sea Affair" written by Don Brown

    6. Breakaway Reviewers says:

      JAG meets NCISThis novel was thoroughly entertaining. I have always enjoyed the TV shows NCIS and JAG and this book gave a fascinating insight into the inner workings of the US Navy using an intricate plot involving a massive drone contract worth billions of dollars to ensure the safety of America against a terror attack from the ocean.Starting in San Diego the main characters Lieutenant Commander P.J MacDonald and Lieutenant Commander Caroline McCormick seem destined to rekindle their relations [...]

    7. Lisa Johnson says:

      Title: Code 13 (The Navy Jag Series)Author: Don BrownPages: 400Year: 2016Publisher: ZondervanMy rating is 5+ stars.Sometimes when reading other reviews after I finish the novel myself can be confusing, exasperating or fun. Don Brown’s latest novel for me was par excellence! Don’s personal knowledge and experiences while in the Navy show through each novel as well as his understanding of events of the past or present. In Code 13, expect to become engaged and staying there once you start the b [...]

    8. The Books and Biscuits Blog says:

      Code 13 – Don Brown (4-4.5 Stars)In Code 13, Don Brown returns his readers to the fascinating world of the illustrious JAG corps. Caroline McCormick receives new orders that transfer her to a prized position with Code 13 in Washington, D.C. She is eager to join her former boyfriend, P.J. MacDonald, on a series of assignments as a fellow JAG officer. He shares with Caroline about his latest project, one in which he must determine the legality of a drone project shared between the Navy and Homel [...]

    9. Kelly Bridgewater says:

      I enjoy books that honor our heroes that serve our country. Besides Don Brown, Ronie Kendig is another top author that comes to my mind. When reading a story about our military, I really want to find an author that really knows there stuff. Their research has to be spot on, and the plot has to surround a certain area that is important to the United States. Brown did a good job with Code 13. He covers all these areas and more.First, Brown really uses is skills from working at the Pentagon and the [...]

    10. Nancy says:

      Naval JAG Officers Caught in a Mystery that Could Have Come from the Pages of the NewspaperLieutenant Commander Caroline McCormick, a Navy JAG attorney, is up for transfer to another post. She's missing Lieutenant Commander P. J. McDonald. They were almost engaged, but when P. J. moved on to DC to work in the prestigious Code 13 section at the Pentagon, he didn't suggest that they make things permanent. Now it's Caroline's turn for a new post. She's hoping for a European assignment, but instead [...]

    11. Sally says:

      About the Book: Caroline is just getting her feet wet at the prestigious Code 13, but is thankful for at least one familiar face—her old flame, P.J. MacDonald. He loops her into the assignment he is currently working on—the legality of a proposed drone-sharing contract with Homeland Security that would allow the sale of drones for domestic surveillance. The contractor wants a legal opinion clearing the contract for congressional approval. But the mob wants the proposal dead-on-arrival. When [...]

    12. Meagan Myhren-bennett says:

      Code 13The Navy JAG series #2By Don BrownIt was an assignment she never expected to get and if she's not careful it may be her last!Caroline McCormick, a Lieutenant Commander with the JAG Corps of the US Navy, is about to be reassigned. It's just a question of where. And her new assignment in Code 13 is one she never saw coming nor was the chance to again serve with P.J. MacDonald. But Code 13 has come to the attention of several groups who wield power because of a proposed bill that has been se [...]

    13. Mark says:

      Don Brown is one of my favorite authors, and I have enjoyed his fictional naval novels. It took me a while to get into this one though (probably just me). I read a few chapters and let the book sit for a few weeks before I picked it up. However, once I got back into it, it picked up and I got pulled into the story that soon had non-stop action, drama, and suspense. I should have read the back cover a little better so I wouldn't have gotten too attached to one certain character, so I was bummed o [...]

    14. Holly says:

      OH HOLY COW! Was this a great introduction to Don Brown! I enjoyed this story immensely!As a fan of the JAG series as well as NCIS it was easy for me to enjoy this story. I could easily see this storyline as an episode of either series. There is the primary storyline but secondary plots that add to the story while also offering some misdirection.I enjoyed how the author handles the characters. You see their military personas while also seeing their personal side, showing the reader how they feel [...]

    15. Nadine Keels says:

      A billion-dollar drone-sharing contract with crucial, constitutional implications is at the center of a deadly plot against Navy JAG officers in Code 13 by author Don Brown.After I thoroughly enjoyed the first novel in The Navy JAG Series, Detained, there was no question in my mind about going on to read the second. I was keenly aware of particular points of tension in this novel: officers dealing with the hard, personal costs of the service they love and are dedicated to, and corruption within [...]

    16. John Allen says:

      Code 13 was an excellent book the beginning. The plot is excellent and very suspenseful at points. As you read through the book different characters and their actions are introduced; however, the actions of the characters is what made me have to stop reading the book without completing it. In this "Christian" book drinking and smoking are mentioned often; then infidelity of some characters is mentioned and even at one point homosexuality. I was reading along not expecting any of it but especiall [...]

    17. Hallie Szott says:

      This review is also posted on Book by Book.Don Brown’s Code 13 fascinated me simply because I don’t often read books that involve the military and politics with such prominence and detail. But I’m glad I chose to pick up Code 13 - it’s an exciting read with great suspense, action, intrigue, and varying points of view. The storyline of the proposed drone contract grabbed my attention from the start and kept me interested with plenty of surprises all the way to the end. I really enjoyed re [...]

    18. Cricket Muse says:

      Having read Brown's Malaca Conspiracy and finding it an intriguing political thriller, I looked forward to reading his latest foray into current matters. The subject of drones and their intended purpose and actual use is definitely a hot topic. The story had the potential for a cutting edge expose on how drones affect both civilians and national security. Unfortunately, the plot fell apart quickly due to the reliance of stereotypical characters: the career Navy woman who is torn between her duty [...]

    19. Dave Milbrandt says:

      While I don't typically write very critical reviews, there are a few issues I have with this book that prevent me from offering the highest praise. The concept for the story is great, and the competing groups that pressure the protagonist builds a great deal of tension. That being said, desire for drama leads to overwriting and clichés, there is a bit too much inside baseball (and, since we're talking about JAGs being the stars of the book, the author pulls a Bellisario and references a previou [...]

    20. Vik Arch says:

      Always at the gunpoint, Caroline finds herself in the most prestigious Navy’s work areas- right in the Pentagon, assigned to Code 13. She never had dreamed to be there, especially next to the person she loved and would willingly agreed to “I Do’s” if only he would asked her… Yet with the job came new threats and new enemies, luring and hiding behind the masks of their own. Will she uncover the truth behind the tragic shooting before she had the bullet hit her head finalizing the lasts [...]

    21. Via Bella says:

      I picked this book because I love the JAG shows. I really like this book but it took me reading through some slow starts to really enjoy it. I was tempted to put down due to a slow start several times. But it started getting really good a few chapters in. I am glad I picked this book. I won't totally get to finish it before giving it to my father, but I know he will like it too.Love Triangles, Dirty Politics, someone dies for doing their job, so much more! It is deep!! I really like it! You can [...]

    22. Elaine Flynn says:

      Perfect Memorial Day Weekend ReadFilled with love of their country, it's Navy and it's constitution, the members of the JAG risk their lives to uncover who is behind the deaths of two members of their Code 13 team. Is it the crime family, is it an inside job or some renegade officer of the law?The short chapters make this a rapid read and helps keep the characters linked to their settings.Have a fun, fast paced read with Don Brown's "Code 13."

    23. Cassandra says:

      I recevied a complimentary copy.So here is the thing about this book, it is either you will really love it or absolutely hate it there is not in between it has a conspiracy and mild suspense, it is also in a series so as a second book this can be a real tough stand alone to a new reader. The author probably in my opinion puts a lot of his own life thoughts and events into this in a way to make it more realistic seeming, but you have to be hungry for this type of story.

    24. Linda says:

      The cover and title suggested a whodunit book, but by the second paragraph I knew I was in for a fairly light read even if there was murder and mayhem. "Under warm sunshine and magnificent blue skies, bells chimed, seagulls squawked, sailors turned their heads as she passed by, some grunting catcalls her way as her light-blonde hair bounced off her tanned shoulders and blew in the breeze." It was an okay read, interesting to get into the world of drones.

    25. Elaine Flynn says:

      Perfect Memorial Day Weekend ReadFilled with love of their country, it's Navy and it's constitution, the members of the JAG risk their lives to uncover who is behind the deaths of two members of their Code 13 team. Is it the crime family, is it an inside job or some renegade officer of the law?The short chapters make this a rapid read and helps keep the characters linked to their settings.Have a fun, fast paced read with Dan Brown's "Code 13."

    26. Bob Cooling says:

      Another Real Page Turner from Don BrownHaving read all of Don Brown's novels, I can unequivocally state that he gets better at his craft with each new book. Like Tom Clancy's novels, they take some time to "grab" you, but once it "grabs" you, it is almost impossible to put the book down until you finish it.

    27. Patti says:

      Actually 2.5 stars. I enjoyed (? Don't know if that would be the right word) learning about the Constitution Free Zone and the story could have been really good, but Don Brown is not a good writer. If I had not been reading this for book club I would have put it down before the end of chapter one. It was very disappointing as the author has been recommended to me by more than one person.

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