Code of Conduct: A Thriller (Unabridged)
by Brad Thor
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"Thor tops himself again and again." (BookReporter.com) "Feels like the TV show 24 on the page." (The Associated Press) Includes an extended behind-the-scenes conversation with author Brad Thor and narrator Armand Schultz. Number-one New York Times best-selling author Brad Thor presents his greatest thriller ever—an action-packed literary tour de force! Hidden deep within one of the world's most powerful organizations is a secret committee with a devastating agenda. Its members are afforded incredible protections—considered elites, untouchables. But when four seconds of video is captured halfway around the world and anonymously transmitted to DC, covert wheels are set in motion, and counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath is tapped to undertake the deadliest assignment of his career. What begins as a favor will evolve into a globe-spanning drama of highly personal stakes played out against a backdrop of stunning international intrigue, duplicitous political gamesmanship, and the darkest, most clandestine fears of the espionage world. With razor-sharp plotting, richly rendered characters, and heart-stopping surprises on every page, Thor isn't just at the top of his game—he owns the entire genre.
One of his best novels
You never know where Brad is going to take you in his novels or what current facts he will entwine into his novels. This one ties in eco-terrorism and an ebola varients along with vaccinations. It is a high stakes thrill ride that leaves you on the edge of your seats as you are brought along for a wild ride. If you love Scatt harvath, you will want to pick this book up. If you have never read one of Brad's novels, this is a great book to begin with. Once you read it, I am sure that you will discover the rest of his works.
Great book! Just another awesome book from Brad Thor. Keep them coming ready for the next one.
From beginning to end, this was a excellent read! Action packed, great imagery... Slight difficulty trying to track the characters early on because there were two plots initially. Otherwise, highly recommended.