A reviewer gave a great summary of the book that I'd like to share since some of you are probably wondering what the book is all about. Here you go:
Mark Taylor finds himself in CIA custody in a Brig being tortured for info as they're convinced he was invloved with 9/11 becuase of frantic phone calls he made the morning of. Desperatley needing to convince his captors to release him to prevent further tragedy is as frustrating to Mark as it is the reader but with the help of his detective girlfriend and a good hearted CIA agent, Mark finds himself fighting the clock to find the villians and stop another terrorist attack in the making.
What struck me when reading the reviews is that over and over, readers have commented about how much they like/identify with Mark Taylor. On Goodreads, someone started their review of March Into Hell with, "I just really like Mark Taylor." and ended it with, "Did I mention that I just really like Mark Taylor?"
Here's one more from Amazon: "Mark Taylor is someone who you just instantly identify with as the guy next door or just down the street."
So you've got nothing to lose.