Real-life Black Ops veteran Leo J. Maloney launches an electrifying new series featuring Alex Morgan, daughter of legendary operative Dan Morgan and a formidable force in her own right.
ANGLE OF ATTACK
Alex Morgan’s new mission for Zeta plunges her into a web of danger threatening Europe’s glamorous Formula One racing circuit. It quickly escalates into a race against time to track down a missing supply of weapons-grade plutonium headed for North America. From a secret prison in Iran to the glittering casinos of Monaco, to the jungles of Malaysia, and to the dark side of Montreal, Alex is up against a deadly and far-reaching conspiracy. Each step of the way, she’s dogged by a shadowy figure determined to destroy her. Alex has the grit to deal with any external threat, but this is a new kind of peril from a source shockingly close to home—one that will make Alex question everything she once believed...
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Fast Paced, High Octane Thrills
With a race setting throughout, Formula 1 circuit, and high velocity motif's around every corner, this review's title barely starts to get the wheels rolling on a high speed thriller. Each scene described with detail from an operative's perspective, having emotional pangs in the side view mirrors from trivial life situations, all keeping the action in the fast lane. With experience, frequent readers of the Alex Morgan series realize that keeping a level head during chaotic sequences boosts her chances of survival. Lovely imagery, intensely emotional events, and camaraderie amongst coworkers is a delightful shift from the gears of the daily grind.
ANGLE OF ATTACK.
..Leo J Maloney
Lily and Alex were wearing more of the traditional garment for Iranian women. They were part of the Zeta Mission, this being their first undercover assignment together, A woman who had immigrate to the US as a child, had accepted an invitation on her receiving an award for her work in mathematics. Giving her speech at the university in Tehran and then she disappeared.
The two agents were to seize and take her, they had been watching the low security at the university. Something drastically change with helicopters arriving to take her instead.
A mission that takes them into the racing circuit now, and death of Terry and Alex getting shot. She needed to be effective and help with closing this mission. Good intriguing plot and I like the role and emotions of Alex.
Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion for Net .Galley and Kensington.