Amy Cornwall has 5 days to save the world, 4 days to save her family. . . James Patterson’s most riveting thriller since The Black Book.
Agent Amy Cornwall excels at working from the shadows—until a botched field operation reveals dark dealings between her bosses and an informant. And a hidden plot by a terrorist genius that could kill thousands of Americans. Among them: her husband and daughter.
She has to go dark. The Division wants to erase her. And they know every detail about her identity, her history, and her family.
Agent Cornwall’s countdown has begun.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
The clock is ticking as America faces an unspeakable threat in this exhilarating military thriller from Brendan DuBois and James Patterson. While working for the CIA in Lebanon, Agent Amy Cornwall saves an agent from beheading at the hands of extremists. But after the daring rescue, she’s tipped off to a nefarious plot threatening thousands of New Yorkers—including her own daughter and husband. Patterson and DuBois’ cinematic prose pulled us all the way in to their roller-coaster plot, and veteran narrator Ellen Archer gracefully delivers a variety of worldly accents, pouring herself into the roles of a stiff-upper-lip British MI6 serviceman, sophisticated Middle Eastern jihadists, and the book’s brave American heroine. We couldn’t take our earbuds out until we found out what became of the Big Apple—and Amy’s family.