By Andrew Britton
CIA agent Ryan Kealey has no time to combat his demons. Former U.S. soldier Jason March, one of many world's deadliest assassins and Ryan's former protégé, is now operating with a strong terror community whose objective is not anything below the complete annihilation of the United States.
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Andrew Britton grants a taut, electrifying learn in his new novel The murderer. Maverick CIA agent Ryan Kealey needs to struggle opposed to his personal enterprise whereas the clock is ticking on a devastating terrorist assault on U.S. soil...
Tensions among Pakistan and India are at an all-time excessive. To complicate issues, twelve American climbers have disappeared in Pakistan's Hindu Kush diversity. because the clash escalates, the U.S. Secretary of State's motorcade is ambushed at the outskirts of Islamabad. while her back-up staff arrives, they find a disastrous scene: dozens are lifeless, together with seven diplomatic safeguard brokers, and the secretary of kingdom has vanished with no trace.
For the President of the USA, the day-by-day horror of lifestyles in West Darfur’s killing fields simply hit heartbreakingly with regards to domestic. His niece, Lily, has been designated and savagely murdered through a corps of fearsome government-backed militiamen. With the location too explosive for diplomatic or army options, but with the President and the general public thirsting for revenge, the USA is out of recommendations. other than one: Ryan Kealey, ex-Special Forces, former CIA, and unmatched counterterrorism professional.
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It has essentially pledged that Snowden will never be safe on this planet in his lifetime. And yet, to mention the obvious, the greatest power on earth has, thus far, failed to get its man and is losing the public opinion battle globally. An Asylum-less World Highlighted in all this has been a curious fact of our twenty-first-century world. In the Cold War years, asylum was always potentially available. If you opposed one of the two superpowers or its allies, the other was usually ready to open its arms to you, as the United States famously did for what were once called “Soviet dissidents” in great numbers.
The reason: it has established, to the satisfaction of our national security managers— and they have the secret legal documents (written by themselves) to prove it—that US drones can cross national boundaries just about anywhere if the bad guys are, in their opinion, bad enough. As with our distant wars, most Americans are remarkably unaffected in any direct way by the lockdown of this country. And yet in a post-legal drone world of perpetual “wartime,” in which fantasies of disaster outrace far more realistic dangers and fears, sooner or later the bin Laden tax will take its toll, the chickens will come home to roost, and they will be able to do anything in our name (without even worrying about producing secret legal memos to justify their acts).
And even that botch-up of an invasion in Cuba was nothing to sneeze at. In those days, however, you—particularly those of you in the CIA—didn’t get the credit you deserved. You had to live privately with your successes. Sometimes, as with the Bay of Pigs, the failures came back to haunt you (so, in the case of Iran, would your “success,” though many years later), but you couldn’t with pride talk publicly about what you, in your secret world, had done, or see instant movies and television shows about your triumphs.
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