Veil of Deception
A Jason Conrad Thriller
Michael Byars Lewis
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
What if the company building America's most expensive weapons program was secretly owned by one of our enemies?
Book Three in the Jason Conrad Thriller Series! For years, Air Force Captain Jason Conrad flew and instructed in the supersonic T-38. Despite his decline into a self-destructive lifestyle, he was considered one of the best instructors on the base. Following a terrifying jet crash, Jason finds himself on a very short list of people on their way out the door. It is a surprise to everyone when he is assigned to the home of the U.S. Air Force Flight Test Center. Jason should have known that in a ‘one mistake Air Force’ where you ‘do more with less’, everything would not be what it appears. Attached to a secret project with a shadowy contractor, Jason is caught between two complications; an overbearing, retired general determined to see him fail; and an aggressive television reporter who wants him in prison. When a ghost from the past shows up and a beautiful, yet mysterious woman enters his life, Jason soon discovers his special project has more secrets than anyone knows about . . . and it could cost him his life.
Pulsing put it down. Enjoyed it more than his first. Looking forward to his next book!
Spell binding read!
Veil Of Deception is truly a very well written book by Michael Byars Lewis. He's got it, when it comes to plot and great story mystery of what's gonna happen next. I put him up there with Clancy and Ludlum for how well he's taken his skill set to write such a great sequel. I give it a 10/10 on couldn't put it down factor.
Veil of Deception by Michael Byars Lewis
The life of Capt. Jason Conrad continues in the second book by this author. A thriller that combines espionage, romance, and deception. The book will keep you guessing as the author brilliantly takes you through intricate twists and turns. It is obvious that the author is a former Air Force Pilot and is clearly very knowledgable about military training, traditions and "pilot life'". I highly recommend this book. You won't want to put it down!