"The threat of a catastrophic terrorist attack looms over Britain."
"Richard Hannay," I kept telling myself, "you have got into the wrong ditch, my friend, and you had better climb out."
His son became the President of Ireland
From the national (US) best-selling author of 'Lions of Lucerne' and 'Path of the Assassin' comes another electrifying international thriller featuring all-American hero Scot Harvath
Series: Orphan X 3 My version: US Paperback ARC / UK Hardback Genre: Fiction Thriller Publisher: Minotaur Books First published: 2018 Bought / Bought From the cover of the ARC*: Evan Smoak - Government assassin gone rogue - returns in Hellbent, and engrossing unputdownable thriller from Gregg Hurwitz, the latest in his #1 international best selling Orphan X … Continue reading Review: Hellbent – Gregg Hurwitz
Better than Bond not Bourne
3 of 5 stars Series: Scot Harvath 2 My version: Audobook Fiction Thriller Pocket Books 2003 StoryTel subscription Navy SEAL turned Secret Service agent Scot Harvath follows bloody clues to silver-eyed elusive ruthless terrorist Hashim Nidal, who intends to topple Israel and America, and can be identified by only one person - Meg Cassidy. Across four continents, from Macau, … Continue reading Review: Path of the Assassin – Brad Thor
3 of 5 stars Series: Joe Hunter 9 My version: Hardback Fiction Action, Crime Hodder & Stoughton 2014 Bought Ex-counterterrorist soldier Joe Hunter, has been called to Mexico to bring an end to a cartel that preys on the people they smuggle across the US border. Once the job's done, however, Joe's mission leader and mentor, CIA Black Ops … Continue reading Review: The Lawless Kind – Matt Hilton
5 of 5 stars Series: None, it's a prequel of sorts for the Mitch Rapp series My version: Paperback Fiction Crime, terrorism, US politics Simon & Schuster 1997 Bought Restoring power to the people, one politician at a time. Taking politics into their own hands a group of highly-trained killers embark on a mission of shattering brutality. It is … Continue reading Review: Term Limits by Vince Flynn