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"He wasn't supposed to be here. None of them were. That wasn't unusual--he'd spent well over ten years of his life going places he wasn't supposed to go, doing things he wasn't supposed to do."

CIA paramilitary operations officer Harry Nichols had brought his team to Ciudad del Este for a single purpose: eliminating Jean-Claude Manet, aka Ramzi bin Abdullah, the former head of al-Qaeda operations in Europe.

It was supposed to be simple. But there's nothing simple about killing a man.



The #1 Amazon Bestselling Political Thriller that began the Shadow Warriors saga! More than 50,000 copies sold.

"A terrific read from a great new author. Highly recommended." -Brad Thor, author of Rising Tiger

An American president who will do anything to win reelection. . .

An Iranian leader who will stop at nothing to bring about apocalypse. ..

An ancient evil, only waiting to be reborn. . .

High in the Alborz Mountains of northwestern Iran, an archaeological team disappears. American citizens are among the missing. . .

Days later, imagery from U.S. spy satellites reveals detachments of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps descending upon the site. . .

With the presidential election only months away, President Roger Hancock authorizes a covert CIA mission into the mountains of Iran. Their objective: rescue the archaeologists and uncover the truth.

With fifteen years in the Clandestine Service, paramilitary operations officer Harry Nichols is unquestionably the man for the job. He's a tough, ruthless veteran operator. He's led his men into harm's way time and again.

For him, it's all about the mission. It's all about the team. He's never seen anything like this before. . .

Drawn into a web of conspiracy that reaches half-way around the world and into the highest levels of the U.S. government, he soon finds that nothing is as it seems. The mission itself is suspect. His team can no longer be trusted. And a misstep means world war. . .



Along the border in Texas, a deadly firefight claims the lives of two Border Patrol agents.

On a highway in suburban Virginia, a bomb blast targets the director of the CIA.

From the halls of power in D.C., secrets reach out, signing the death warrants of those who uncover them. . .

The long-awaited sequel to the #1 Bestselling Political Thriller, Pandora's Grave! For CIA paramilitary Harry Nichols, deceit has become a way of life. Fifteen years in the Clandestine Service have left him weary, recovering from a devastating betrayal. Little does he know. . .the betrayals have only begun.

With CIA Director David Lay missing and presumed dead, Nichols finds himself tasked with protecting Lay's estranged daughter--and hunted by an ex-Spetsnaz kill team.

His only mission is to keep her safe. Her only desire is to find the man who ordered her father's murder.

For him, she becomes the only motivation to leave behind the life of violence he's known. But only his talent for violence can save them now. . .

Pursued by an unknown enemy, their danger will draw them together, even as her quest for truth plunges them both into the abyss.

But as their world turns upside down--as a Pakistani terrorist prepares to attack an American city-- even as everything once sure turns to quicksand, one thing becomes breathtakingly clear.

All that stands between them and the truth is an American President willing to bury his secrets. . .one enemy at a time.



“We are going to find the people who did this to our country. And we are going to see them burn.”

With America still reeling from the largest terrorist attacks to strike the homeland since 9/11, a Clandestine Service strike team is dispatched to the Mediterranean to target the man responsible for financing the plot—Saudi Prince Yusuf ibn Talib al-Harbi. Codename: TALISMAN.

For CIA paramilitary operations officer Jack “Tex” Richards, his orders couldn’t have been more straightforward: by the time the sun rises once more over Monaco, TALISMAN will be dead. The plan is simple enough.

But as darkness falls, as the mission starts to fall apart, as the life of an American college student becomes inextricably linked with that of the prince, one truth is self-evident: there is no such thing as a clean kill. . .