Love Jack Ryan and Jason Bourne? Try this thriller from USA TODAY bestselling author and former Navy pilot Andrew Watts.
A Pakistani intelligence officer secretly communicates with a Mexican drug cartel. A lobbyist is assassinated in the suburbs of Northern Virginia. A US Senator receives death threats from a shadowy group. There is a connection. And Max Fend has only days to discover what it is.
The chase leads CIA asset Max Fend from the Pacific coast of Mexico to the plains of Wisconsin, home of the largest air show in the world - Oshkosh. Beneath the drone of old warbirds and sleek aerobatics aircraft, Max and his partner Renee uncover clues that point to a global conspiracy. A conspiracy that traces back to the start of the war in Afghanistan, that explains the explosive growth of opioid use around the world, and creeps into the highest halls of power. With the clock ticking down on an ambitious assassination plot, Max and Renee must uncover the truth, before it's too late...
This lightning-paced espionage thriller that will have you racing through the pages. Grab your copy today!
What readers are saying:
★★★★★ "...try to catch your breath..."
★★★★★ "He has joined the club of great authors like Tom Clancy and David Baldacci."
★★★★★ "Reminds me of the early Robert Ludlum books."
★★★★★ "...along the line of the spy novels from the James Bond genre but great fun..."
★★★★★ "...will satisfy thriller and aviation enthusiasts alike. If you like being kept on the edge of your seat, and you like mysteries, adventure, aviation and/or spy novels, this book will definitely appeal to you. Very talented author."
About the Author
Andrew Watts is the USA Today bestselling author of several books, including The War Planners, Glidepath, and Firewall. He graduated from the US Naval Academy in 2003 and served as a naval officer and helicopter pilot until 2013. During that time, he flew counternarcotic missions in the Eastern Pacific and counterpiracy missions off the Horn of Africa. He was a flight instructor in Pensacola, Florida, and helped to run ship and flight operations while embarked on a nuclear aircraft carrier deployed in the Middle East.