By Brad Thor
#1 New York Times bestselling writer Brad Thor returns together with his such a lot explosive mystery ever.
Somewhere deep contained in the usa executive is a heavily guarded checklist. individuals of Congress by no means get to work out it—only the President and a mystery staff of advisers. as soon as your identify is at the checklist, it doesn't come off... until eventually you're dead.
Someone has simply extra counter-terrorism operative Scot Harvath's name.
Somehow Harvath needs to dodge the groups dispatched to kill him lengthy adequate to untangle who has specific him and why they need him out of the way.
Somewhere, anyone, by some means can placed every little thing jointly. the one query is, will Harvath get to that individual ahead of the USA suffers the main withering terrorist assault ever conceived?
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He had been working on some case and they came and told him to drop it; he'd been digging too deep and in places where he should not have been digging. He started getting disillusioned. He wanted to work in a system where cases got seen through to the end. But the URPO unit was just a place of bespredel, lawlessness. Its bosses had acquired the right to carry out murders, in Russia or abroad. They could order their men to rob people and beat them up — completely unpunished. It is clear that Litvinenko was losing his faith in the system.
And they may confirm that they really got order to kill'. They were special agents. And the boss told them that I am a big problem, that I am a big enemy of the FSB, that I tried to convict them and I tried to influence the president to crush their organization ... so the best way is just to kill him! 20 TURNING THE TABLES On the one hand Sasha's story was a terrible blow for Berezovsky. He was not a naive man and had been the target of an assassination attempt in the past, but to hear that the state security service is plotting to murder you is undeniably shocking news, all the more so in the Russia of the 1990s, where life was cheap, contract killings were a real and accepted part of daily life and most of them went unremarked, uninvestigated and unpunished.
Vladimir Putin, in Helsinki for an EU-Russia summit, could hardly fail to take note. He conveyed his condolences to 'those close to Mr. Litvinenko' and said, rather grudgingly, that 'the death of a person is always a tragedy'. But he was evidently well prepared for accusatory questions when he appeared at the final press conference. He categorically denied any Kremlin involvement and questioned whether there had even been a crime at all. 'The medical statement of the British physicians doesn't say that this was the result of violence.
Black List (Scot Harvath, Book 11) by Brad Thor