Brass Monkey: A James Acton Thriller, Book 2 (Unabridged‪)‬

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From USA Today and million-copy best-selling author J. Robert Kennedy.

Will a forgotten weapon and an uncontrollable hate unleash the ultimate war?

A nuclear missile, lost during the Cold War, is now in play - the most public spy swap in history, with a gorgeous agent at the center of international attention, triggers the endgame of a corrupt Soviet colonel's 25-year plan. Pursued across the globe by the Russian authorities, including a brutal Spetsnaz unit, those involved will stop at nothing to deliver their weapon and ensure their payday, regardless of the terrifying consequences.

When Laura Palmer confronts a UNICEF group for trespassing on her Egyptian archaeological dig site, she unwittingly stumbles upon the ultimate weapons deal, and becomes entangled in an international conspiracy that sends her lover, archaeology Professor James Acton, racing to Egypt with the most unlikely of allies, not only to rescue her, but to prevent the start of a holy war that could result in Islam and Christianity wiping each other out.

If you enjoy action-packed thrillers, then don’t miss Brass Monkey, a novel international in scope, certain to offend some, and stimulate debate in others. Brass Monkey, from USA Today and million-copy best-selling author J. Robert Kennedy, pulls no punches in confronting the conflict between two of the world's most powerful, and divergent, religions, and the terrifying possibilities the future may hold if left unchecked.

Grab your copy of this controversial thriller today, and see why J. Robert Kennedy has been compared to Brown, Cussler, and Rollins.

About the James Acton Thrillers: Though this book is part of the James Acton Thrillers series, it is written as a stand-alone novel and can be enjoyed without having listen to any other installments. The James Acton Thrillers series and its spin-offs have sold more than one million copies.

Mysteries & Thrillers
R.C. Bray
hr min
July 7
J. Robert Kennedy

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