CIA agent Micah Dalton is a "cleaner." He takes care of other agents' mistakes. When a friend and mentor commits a grotesque suicide, Dalton's investigation leads him into the snare of a madman, into the arms of a beautiful, mysterious stranger-and into a conspiracy within his own agency. Dalton knows only one thing for certain-this job is going to get very messy.
Well done. The story and character development make for a great audiobook.
A book for adults, not liberals
This is a kick-a*s book for grownups who understand that the real world is not politically correct. Fluffy liberal types who think that the "caterpiller treatment" is torture will hate it. The book has a little of everything including psycopathic red indians, filthy serbo-slavic thugs, women who are beautiful AND clever, a fight choreographed to an awful Barbara Streisand song, bad drug trips, an honest Italian cop (LOL!), and a shiney green spider. Heck, there's even a ghost! This might sound a little far-fetched for a spy novel but trust me, it works. My only complaint was that the author forgot to include a coniving, back-stabbing, cowardly yellow Frenchman who get's his pansey-a*s kicked by a girl. That would have made the book perfect.
I thought this was a very good book, it starts well and ends well. Worth every penny.