The Force PDF Download

The Force PDF Download

By: Don Winslow
Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers, Police Procedural
Relase Date: 2017-06-20


This was my first Don Winslow. How we never connected before now is a mystery as police procedurals are one of my favorite genres. The dialog is real, at least as real as this little white girl thinks cops talk on the street! The pace was breakneck from page one and never let up. Terrific story that really sucked me in. I’ll be reading more from Mr Winslow!


I received this book as an advance reader’s copy when I worked at a book store. I had never heard of the author. I took it home and was absolutely riveted. Even now, more than a year later, I still find myself thinking about the characters and how this story ultimately ended. Thrilling ride!

Prof Connie

Absolutely phenomenal!!


Excellent story, great characters, and superb dialogue. Similar to Elmore Leonard.


To me, the mark of a great book is wanting badly to find about what happens but at the same time not wanting it to end. This book fits that mold to a tee.

Hungry Dave 18

I'm not a cop, but this book feels like the real deal. If you don't get emotional your dead. Get Brad Pitt to star in the movie and it's Academy Award time. You heard it here first.😎

Sepulveda jim

Fast moving good story but it like reading a script not a book It appears this was written to make a movie Fast moving some good twists


Could not put this one down, non stop interest and a storyline which is probably truer than fiction in a lot of cities.

Minnesota Steve


Steve 2334

I like Winslow's books, but this one was taken from the last couple of seasons of Shades of Blue. Started OK, got off track halfway through, then ended on a completely unbelievable note. Crooked cops, corrupt politicians, self serving Feds. They are all included in a drama that we've read a hundred times. No need to make it a hundred and one.


Outstanding book ,couldn't put it but this what u expect from Don Winslow ,a masterpiece *****

JPB 9871

Good but in many ways sad and depressing. Nonetheless, a candid and unvarnished view of police work from an admittedly corrupt police detective who becomes as bad as the people he pursues.