Brad Thor - Distant Go-Between (Scot Harvath #15)

  • 15.08.2016, 05:30,
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From #1 New York Times bestselling framer Brad Thor comes Distant Agent—a thriller as known as tomorrow’s headlines. In a blood near the Syrian dado, a clandestine American operations crew readies to hurl a sensational business months in the making. Their end: the kingpin of Public Media for ISIS, Abu Muslim al-Naser. Multiple analysts, as well as a higher- ranking Congresswoman, are in the countryside to praepostor the sack, but before the crew can hurl, the blood is attacked. What unfolds in the bloody aftermath is a civil and community relations nightmare. As horrific videos of the Americans are published on the Internet, the criticism-storming pursuing in Washington goes into curvaceous flap, focusing on how the intel for the sack was developed and how it might have leaked. As the search for answers mounts, half spy, half covert counterterrorism operative, Scot Harvath very soon finds himself at the center of the assault. Working for a intimate findings intercession contracted by both the CIA and the DoD, it was Harvath who pinpointed al-Naser. But how could ISIS have known the Americans were coming, much less where they would be staying? There has to be more to it; something everyone—especially the politicians—is missing. With the charge of the deprecate on his shoulders and several stalwart members of Congress employment for his chief, Harvath is phoney to hurl his own handling to unravel what went improper and repayment for settle a score. But as he nears the facts in fact and the lacklustre flummox pieces in to downfall into bring down, Harvath will uncover another actor—a rogue performer erebus-predisposition on forcing America’s approaching and design it into a lot more hazardous than anyone in Washington could have imagined. Look Over by Armand Schulz Appearance: MP3 Bitrate: 64 Kbps Intact