A Dan Morgan Thriller
Leo J Maloney
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“The new master of the modern spy game.” —Mark Sullivan
“Utterly compelling! This novel will grab you from the beginning and simply not let go. And Dan Morgan is one of the best heroes to come along in ages.” —Jeffery Deaver
From real-life Black Ops veteran Leo J. Maloney comes an electrifying novel of global terror that will enthrall readers right until the stunning climax . . .
The world is descending into chaos—and CIA warhorse Dan Morgan, after nearly losing his head on a covert mission in Colombia, knows the worst is yet to come. Frightened employees of the enigmatic government contractor Acevedo International are mysteriously dying. Morgan’s own daughter finds herself lured into the violent world of college extremists. And a ruthless enemy that has long bided its time is prepared to strike at the very heart of America’s intelligence and anti-terrorism infrastructure. Morgan and Zeta Division may be the only chance not for victory, but survival . . .
Praise for Leo J. Maloney and His Novels
"Fine writing and real insider knowledge."—Lee Child
"Everything a thriller reader wants."—Ben Coes
"A ripping story!"—Meg Gardiner
"Rings with authenticity."—John Gilstrap
Too many storylines.
I thought I was getting a good book of an international crime fighting guy. Well, I got that, along with 3 more stories all mixed up together that make for a book with at least 4 main characters, four stories, four themes and far too many major characters to keep straight unless you take notes. I feel the author tries to do too much here which in turn give is a read of four short stories instead of a good solid book. I won't be buying a book by this writer again. He's not good enough to make this mish-mash idea work and gives his readers a chore instead of a good read.
A bit wordy at times!
On occasion, the plot gets lost in too many words.
I really enjoyed his precious books but this one is a disaster
Fragmented and disjunctive. Too many characters running around with separate plots
Alex Morgan has to go she distracts from the father,the real hero of these novels
It's just puerile with second rate plots
There are others running around chasing other villains as well with no common denominators
I gave up mid way too frustrating
Kill of these characters or I never buy another book from mr Maloney.