International best-selling author Vince Flynn’s newest page-turner, Kill Shot, features his young and lethal protagonist Mitch Rapp at the onset of his CIA superagent career.
In the year since the agency unleashed him, Rapp has been steadily working his way, bullet by bullet, through a list of men given to him by his CIA handlers. With each swift and untraceable kill, the tangled network of monsters responsible for slaughtering 270 civilians in the Pan Am Lockerbie attack becomes increasingly aware they’re being hunted.
Rapp tracks his next target to a luxury suite in Paris where the portly, chain-smoking Libyan oil minister is found sleeping in his bed, with no security detail. Poised to cut down and cross off another terrorist from a lengthy list, Rapp feels that something is not quite right as he gazes across the Paris skyline, but doubt and fear only give him pause.
In the split second it takes Rapp to rappel into the Libyan’s suite and pull the trigger on his silenced Beretta, a trap is sprung, and Rapp finds himself in the fight of his life. The next morning, nine bodies are discovered in one of Paris’s finest hotels, including the Libyan oil minister, and an international scandal ignites.
Back in Washington, no one wants any part of the crisis or the potential CIA embarrassment. Rapp’s handlers have only one choice: deny responsibility and pray their newest secret weapon stays that way. On his own in the political turmoil, it soon becomes clear that nothing is more dangerous than a wounded, and cornered, Mitch Rapp.
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Catch Me by best-selling author Lisa Garnder again follows D.D. Warren, a relentless Boston investigator, as she works to solve a coldly calculated murder, before it happens.
Left for Dead by best-selling author J.A. Jance sees Santa Cruz County investigator Ali Reynolds looking into two shocking cases of victims brutally left for dead.
Lethal Justice (The Sisterhood) by Fern Michaels brings back the women of the Sisterhood who rally to hatch a revenge plot against Roland Sullivan and his lover Arden Gillespie, the two responsible for framing fellow sister Alexis Thorn for a crime she never committed.