#1 New York Timesbestselling author Brad Thor returns with his hottest and most action-packed thriller yet! And don't miss FREE FALL: A Prelude to Hidden Order, available for free download now!
The most secretive organization in America operates without any accountability to the American people. Hiding in the shadows, pretending to be part of the United States government, its power is beyond measure. But control of this organization has just been lost and the future of the nation thrust into peril.
When the five candidates being considered to head this mysterious agency suddenly go missing, covert counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath is summoned to Washington and set loose on the most dangerous chase ever to play out on American soil.
Look out for the adrenaline-fuelled new Brad Thor novel, Code of Conduct, published in July 2015!
Praise for Brad Thor:
'Brad Thor is as current as tomorrow's headlines' Dan Brown
'Blasts off like a guided missile and never slows down, weaving current events into a frightening scenario that just could happen. Brad Thor rocks!' Tess Gerritsen
'Brad Thor writes thrillers as plausible as they are terrifying. A must-read for our times!' James Rollins,New York Timesbestselling author of Black Orderand The Judas Strain
Praise for Hidden Order:
'One of Brad Thor's best books to date' Washington Post
'[A] great, great thriller' Rush Limbaugh
'Thriller writer Brad Thor is awesome…You'll want to take HIDDEN ORDER to the beach' National Review
In Thor s latest, an assassin is viciously reducing the short list of candidates for the top job at the Federal Reserve, and it s up to rugged, hypereffective private intelligence operative Scot Harvath to halt the hits. He and a small band of associates including his outspoken boss, Reed Carlton, and Boston detective Lara Cordero are pitted against the wealthy and powerful members of a secret cabal. Armand Schultz makes good use of no-frills narration to deliver the author s prose crisply, while smartly adjusting his pacing during action sequences, dialogue-rich scenes, and paragraphs detailing events in American history. His aging Carlton is gruff and demanding. The head villains snarl. The women are treated to acceptable upper-register voices. And other characters are provided appropriate accents for example, an exaggerated, gravelly Boston dialect for a Southie-born, hardboiled detective. As for Harvath, Schultz speaks in a confident, low rumble that softens in the course of the operative s romance with Cordero, who, at book s end, is strong enough to suggest a big change in his future. An Atria/Emily Bestler hardcover.