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Path of the Assassin

Secret Service Agent Scot Harvath is back tracking down bad guys (terrorists) who had responsibility for the president’s kidnapping as detailed in The Lions of Lucerne. Author Brad Thor again has written a gripping, exciting, attention-grabbing novel with Path of the Assassin.   Hero and former SEAL Team member Scot Harvath continues his battle against Middle Eastern terrorists, foreign governments, and even the CIA. 

The strained relationship continues between lone-wolf Harvath and other United States’ agencies.  Even with a common goal Harvath often is at odds with them as they try to capture or kill a mysterious silver-eyed assassin.  In an unusual twist a group apparently turns the tables on Islamic terrorists by engaging in a determined campaign to seek vengeance using their own terrorist tactics. 

Alex Hawke series by Ted Bell

The summer of 2008 seemed to be my season for spy novels.  I read Assassin by Ted Bell and could hardly put it down and ended up buying three of his other books.  They were just as entertaining.  Alex Hawke is a wealthy British man who fights evil throughout the world.  He has a great supporting cast and gadgets that would make 007 jealous. 

If you want to read some fast-paced spy novels and see some bad guys get what they deserve, read any of these books by Ted Bell:

Hawke (2003)
Assassin ((2004)
Pirate (2005)
Spy (2006)