Framing the Dialogue

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“Aaron steeled himself, knowing he would have to trade in order to be rescued, and the currency in question was pain. He had to force them to hunt in Israel. The man in front of him had no idea of what he was threatening when he mentioned Aaron’s partner. He thought he understood pain. Understood death. And he probably did, on an earthly plane. But Shoshana was made of something entirely different. She was a supernatural predator who caused fear even in Aaron. Going after her would guarantee a response, if he could remain alive long enough to see it. Shoshana would unleash her skills only if she deemed the reason worthy, and, unfortunately for these men, harming him would trigger a reaction unlike anything they had ever seen. Because he had the honor of being deemed worthy.”

In this the 12th novel in the Pike Logan series, Pike’s Taskforce team stumbles upon a sinister plot while doing an Alpha (information gathering and observation) mission in Africa.  Again teaming up with two former Mossad agents their mission becomes mired in a battle for control of a small, impoverished nation; a nation controlled by evil men.  Pike and his team struggle to maintain their mission while trying not to ignore the plight of the local residents.

Another right-on book by Brad Taylor.  Just enough action…just enough suspense…just enough Americans kicking ass.


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