I’ve made no secret about it, Brad Thor is my favorite living author. Everything he writes is must-read! His last novel, Code of Conduct, was, in my opinion, his best work yet. That and The Survivor by Kyle Mills (my other favorite living author) are tied for my favorite books of 2015.
I also loved Thor’s 2014 novel, Act of War. In fact I liked Act of War so much I wasn’t sure Thor could top it with Code of Conduct. He did, by a mile, and I’ll never doubt him again. I’ve learned my lesson!
Anyways, here’s a snippet from Thor’s website announcing the details about his next thriller: FOREIGN AGENT!
In a safe house near the Syrian border, a clandestine American operations team readies to launch a dramatic mission months in the making. Their target: the director of Social Media for ISIS, Abu Muslim al-Naser.
Multiple analysts, as well as a senior congresswoman are in country to monitor the raid, but before the team can launch, the safe house is attacked.
What unfolds in the bloody aftermath is a political and public relations nightmare. As horrific videos of the Americans are published on the Internet, the blame-storming back in Washington goes into full swing, focusing on how the intel for the raid was developed and how it might have leaked.
As the search for answers mounts, half spy, half covert counterterrorism operative, Scot Harvath quickly finds himself at the center of the storm. Working for a private intelligence agency contracted by both the CIA and the DoD, it was Harvath who pinpointed al-Naser. But how could ISIS have known the Americans were coming, much less where they would be staging? There has to be more to it; something everyone – especially the politicians – is missing.
With the weight of the attack on his shoulders and several powerful members of congress calling for his head, Harvath is forced to launch his own operation to unravel what went wrong and exact revenge.
But as he nears the truth and the deadly puzzle pieces begin to fall into place, Harvath will uncover another actor – a rogue player hell-bent on forcing America’s hand and drawing it into a plot more dangerous than anyone in Washington could have imagined.
Whoa! If that doesn’t get you pumped, you’re on the wrong website. I cannot wait to see Harvath take on ISIS, a subject Brad Thor has been very vocal about on Twitter.
I’ll be covering everything leading up to the release of this book, so check back often. In the meantime, head to wherever books are sold and pre-order Foreign Agent!