From the author of Beneath a Scarlet Sky comes a story that is "Diabolical! Filled with twists, turns, crosses and double-crosses...a harrowing international thriller" —Lisa Gardner
Robin Monarch is a man with a complicated, secret past and a very grim future. Currently locked up in the USDB—the military supermax prison known as Leavenworth—the CIA offers Monarch one shot at freedom and a pardon. All he has to do is steal something from a highly secure position at ground zero of a war-zone and escape undetected. But this isn't Monarch's first time at this sort of dance—as an orphaned teen scraping for survival on the streets of Buenos Aires he was involved with the Fraternidad de Ladrones—the Brotherhood that schooled him the art of deception and survival. But his initiation rite is to take all the skills he has learned, and all the nerve he possesses and steal something of great value under impossible circumstances. In both cases, success will require everything he has—skill, wit, endurance, and intelligence—and means survival and freedom. And failure...failure is to lose all that he has.
Introducing Robin Monarch ("a Jason Bourne for the new millenium" —James Rollins) in the first in a series of standalone short stories.
Think Bourne. Think Bond. Think better.
The Brotherhood is basically a nickel-a-word pulp novel, but it is entertaining and the main character seems well thought out, even if the plot doesn't.
I thought I was getting a book. It's a one chapter teaser. Fun read. Not much here. More like a tv episode.
The book was good but very short and only seemed to cover about 1/2 of what it should have. It left me feeling like 1/2 the book was missing.