If you thought the cold war was over, read this and think again. Twenty years after the United States and Russia agree to end nuclear armaments, a final showdown occurs involving long retired CIA agents.
I guess what I enjoyed about the State of the Union as well as other books by Brad Thor, is that the stories do actually seems realistic. I can only hope that they are not real. That would scare me. Brad Thor has a way of writing about the U.S. and its place in the world and its struggles to stay on top that just keeps you turning page after page to see what happens next. He delves into espionage and downright hostile enemies who could threaten our livelihood at any time or any place. A very good read.
America's worst nightmare has just become a brutal reality. The most unlikely terrorist enemy of all now holds a knife against the country's throat. With both diplomatic and conventional military options swept from the table, the President calls upon America's only hope, Navy SEAL turned Secret Service agent Scot Harvath.
Americas worst nightmare has just become a brutal reality. The most unlikely terrorist enemy of all now holds a knife against the countrys throat. With both diplomatic and conventional military options swept from the table, the president calls upon Navy SEAL turned Secret Service agent, Scot Harvath, to disable a brilliantly orchestrated conspiracy intended to bring the United States to its knees. Teamed with beautiful Russian Intelligence agent Alexandra Ivanova and a highly trained CIA paramilitary detachment, Harvath embarks on an adrenaline-fueled search that spans the worldand leads to a final, deadly showdown on American soil, with a lethal and sinister enemy from the past.