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Publication Order of Equalizer Books

The Equalizer (2014)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Killed in Action (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Equalizer: Requiem (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books

One More Thing, Sir... (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Lost In Christmas (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Michael Sloan is a published author and has been the producer and showrunner for a variety of different television series during the course of his career. He is known for writing thriller novels in addition to his work in media.

Born in New York City on October 14, 1946, Michael has long worked on television shows that span from Alfred Hitchcock Presents to Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, as well as the series Outer Limits. On top of that, he has written different movies and features made for television in addition to producing many of them.

Michael Sloan created “The Equalizer” series for CBS and Universal TV. “The Equalizer” came out as a 2014 full length feature movie starring the actor Denzel Washington as well as Chloë Grace Moretz. A sequel to the movie called The Equalizer 2 would come out in 2018, with Denzel Washington once more reprising the role of Robert McCall.

The author is married to Melissa Anderson, who also is in show business as an actress. The pair have two children together, named Piper and Griffin.

Michael Sloan is the author and creator of The Equalizer series of fictional novels. The series first became available to readers in 2014 with the publication of the first book, The Equalizer. The second installment of this thrilling and action packed series came out in 2018 and is titled Killed in Action. Equalizer: Requiem would see the return of the main character once more as he returns to get back into all of the action. If you’re into books that have quick plots and plenty of action and adventure, check this series out!

The Equalizer is the first book in the series that carries the same name written by Michael Sloan. He also co-created the eighties television show, The Equalizer. It has since been featured on the screen in reboots of the story. This is the story of an ex-intelligence officer who uses his mysterious background and skills to help people that desperately need his assistance.

When the chips are down and things are lined up against you, that’s when you’ve got to reach out and call the Equalizer. The Equalizer is the man otherwise known as Robert McCall. He used to work for the CIA as a covert operations officer. It was a challenging career and line of work, to say the least. These days, Robert is trying to make up for any perceived sins of his past by working for free and giving his protector, investigative and troubleshooting services to those that need them.

Robert has a circle of acquaintances and contacts that he has gotten together over the years, some from his days as a spy and some more recent. Robert does his best to make up for what he did wrong by walking New York City and doing his best to serve a form of justice to the individuals that choose to take advantage of those that are weaker.

When a woman is targeted by a club owner, she doesn’t know what to do. The night club is actually a front for a service that offers top of the line assassination. It turns out that McCall knows the guy who is running the assassination service, and they’re far from friends. Now Robert’s going to have to contend with parts of the past that just refuse to die in order to protect his client.

Will he do a good enough job, or will this gig be too much for the former officer? Follow along and catch all of the action by picking up the first book in the Equalizer series!

Killed In Action is the second novel in the Equalizer series of novels written by Michael Sloan. In the first book, readers got to catch up on the past and present of a former intelligence operative that is trying to make up for the bad things he’s done by doing good for people that need it.

Robert McCall does what he can to help out those that desperately need it. When someone’s in a dangerous spot and they don’t know who to call, they usually reach out to Robert. Now he’s trying to help different clients. The former operative is looking for a woman that might be part of a slavery ring while also looking for a vigilante that is trying to fight crime in the city but is getting innocent people killed.

Robert’s now working overtime to try and protect people and maybe even save some lives in the process. Then a diplomat from the U.N. reaches out to him, with the topic of her son in mind. He’s serving in the United States Army as an American Captain belonging to a contingent that is serving as advisors to the Syrian rebels who are fighting the Jihadists. Her son has been reported as being killed in action– but no one has located his body. She wants Robert to discover whether her son is alive or truly is dead as they say.

Robert goes to Syria on what is sure to be a doomed mission. But while there, he accidentally finds out about a plan to make a terrorist strike on America. They’re also being shielded by mercenaries. Central to the attacks is Control, a former boss of Robert’s and leader of “The Company”, a spy organization.

But “Control” is gone, seemingly vanished. Not only that, there are no personal records of him. There are no intelligence records that remain. Everything about Control has been scrubbed from the record. You would never know officially that he even existed. Robert is concerned and really wants nothing more than to help his clients and track down his friend and make sure he’s okay.

Now Robert has to do whatever it takes to keep a terrible plan from being enacted on the country he vowed to protect. Can he handle all of the pans he has on the fire, or is there about to be a disaster unfolding on multiple fronts? Read this action and adventure novel to find out!

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