By Mark Terry
Derek Stillwater and CIA agent John Hammond, whereas investigating attainable poison fuel assaults in war-torn Syria, come nose to nose with an al Qaeda splinter staff and infrequently break out with their lives. however the males have created an enemy, an excellent madman who will cease at not anything to wreak vengeance on them.
Derek will race from Syria to Turkey, to Russia and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and at last to Egypt the place the chief of the Nazif Brigade will specified his vengeance.
Assembling a workforce of world-class intelligence operatives, Derek Stillwater, troubleshooter for the U.S. country division, will strike again at Nazif and his males, proving that can play the sport of lex talionis — a watch for an eye.
"Mark Terry writes like Lee baby on steroids." --Lansing country magazine
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Vengeance (Derek Stillwater, Book 8) by Mark Terry