- € 5,99
From the Sunday Times bestselling author of NOMAD and EXILE comes Marc Dane's most terrifying case yet.
A terrible threat from the depths of the dark net.
A devastating betrayal at the heart of a covert strike force.
A deadly pursuit across a digital battlefield.
A ruthless terrorist fuelled by revenge.
As devastating attacks unfold across the globe, Marc Dane must call on all his skills and ingenuity to track down the mysterious figure behind it all - a faceless criminal known only as "Madrigal".
Before they plunge the world into war . . .
Praise for the Marc Dane series:
'Unputdownable. A must-read' Wilbur Smith
'Britain's answer to Jason Bourne' Daily Mail
'An ultra fast paced, worldwide chase to stop a madman, while leaving the reader breathless' Choice
'Explosive' Irish Examiner
'This is edge of the seat stuff that is terrifyingly real in places' Closer
'A killer of a thriller' Weekend Sport
Swallow's high-octane third spy thriller featuring former MI6 agent Marc Dane (after Exile) opens in Malta, where Lex Wetherby, a hacker-for-hire, is shot dead while fleeing assassins. Marc's employer, the Rubicon Group, which operates in part as "a private military, security and intelligence contractor," dispatches him to Malta to investigate. Marc confirms Rubicon's suspicion that Wetherby was targeted by the Combine, "a gathering of power brokers, industrialists and old money types who worked with the common interest of enriching themselves still further," because he had information they wanted. Marc then travels to France, where he infiltrates the compound of media mogul Celeste Toussaint, a Combine leader. Marc and his partner, Kara Wei, end up following the trail of a possible traitor, who betrayed Marc and Rubicon, to South Korea. Meanwhile, in the U.S., the suspense rises as former Delta Force sniper Lucy Keyes aims to shut down a terrorist group run by the mysterious Madrigal before Madrigal can knock out San Francisco's power grid. Swallow's action scenes compel, but his detailed descriptions of technology sometimes slow the narrative. Tom Clancy fans will want to check this one out.