The No. 1 Bestselling The Nowhere Man is a thrilling, pulse-pounding ride for readers and the hero of Orphan X . . .
'THE PACE NEVER LETS UP' DAILY MAIL
THEY TRAINED HIM TO HUNT. NOW HE'S THE HUNTED . . .
A former government military asset code-named Orphan-X, Evan Smoak works as the Nowhere Man out to protect the helpless.
Until the night it all goes wrong.
Ambushed, drugged and kidnapped, Evan wakes in a locked room. He's outnumbered and outgunned. His captors are sure they've outsmarted him.
But they've got it all wrong.
He's not locked up with them.
They're locked up with him . . .
'MEMORABLE AS ALL HELL' JAMES PATTERSON
'A DIZZYING RIDE' TESS GERRITSEN
Evan Smoak (aka the Nowhere Man), who used to be an assassin for the Orphan Program, a covert U.S. government agency, now lives in a fortified penthouse overlooking Los Angeles, in bestseller Hurwitz's stellar sequel to 2016's Orphan X. Evan masquerades as an importer of industrial cleaning supplies, but he's actually atoning for his murderous past by saving persons in need of help. He only asks that each rescued person refer him to someone else who needs his services. Despite meticulous efforts to maintain his cover, Evan faces many enemies who wish him grievous harm. One of them is Charles Van Sciver, the most brutal of the Orphans, who's now running the program and is on a mission to hunt down former members of the organization. Evan's efforts to elude Van Sciver and company will keep readers on the edge of their seats, but it's Hurwitz's engaging, sympathetic characters who place this thriller above the pack. 100,000 first printing; author tour.