Framing the Dialogue

Foreign Agent

foreign agent“Islamic terrorism had exploded in Europe.  Americans had been killed.  The United States had been unequivocal about what it expected its European allies to do.  It was time for the gloves to come off.  They were at war.  The terrorists hid among the very people they were slaughtering.  They used the freedom and openness of the West to strike at soft targets…They were not legitimate combatants.  They were savages…They respected one thing and one thing only – force.

In Foreign Agent, Scot Harvath faces a challenge a terrorist attack ties back to him and he races against time to try to find out how and why this has been happening.  ISIS doesn’t seem like a sophisticated enough organization to pull off the types of events that have been tied to them which brings Harvath close to an old and dangerous enemy that just doesn’t want to go away.

As usual this novel by Brad Thor is a sleep depriver!  There are few authors who can make me lose sleep trying to finish their work.  Thor, thankfully, is one of them.  The Scot Harvath series never disappoints and now that I have devoured Foreign Agent I have to wait another year for the next book.  I don’t mind waiting for this quality.

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