“Thor tops himself again and again.” —BookReporter.com
“Feels like the TV show 24 on the page.” —The Associated Press
#1 New York Times bestselling author Brad Thor presents his greatest thriller ever—an action-packed literary tour de force!
Hidden deep within one of the world’s most powerful organizations is a secret committee with a devastating agenda. Its members are afforded incredible protections—considered elites, untouchables.
But when four seconds of video is captured halfway around the world and anonymously transmitted to D.C., covert wheels are set in motion, and counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath is tapped to undertake the deadliest assignment of his career.
What begins as a favor will evolve into a globe-spanning drama of highly personal stakes played out against a backdrop of stunning international intrigue, duplicitous political gamesmanship, and the darkest, most clandestine fears of the espionage world.
With razor-sharp plotting, richly rendered characters, and heart-stopping surprises on every page, Thor isn’t just at the top of his game—he owns the entire genre.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
Prepare to go on a furiously fast and frightening adventure as counterterrorism consultant Scot Harvath investigates the mysterious attack on a small medical clinic in Congo and uncovers a conspiracy that could wipe out most of the world’s population. Bestselling author Brad Thor is in great form with Code of Conduct—there’s action for miles, but never at the expense of compelling characters and chillingly realistic geopolitical intrigue.
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Code of Conduct
What utter garbage! Puerile plot. A billionaire who acts like a lovesick teen. A world-ending virus which somehow kills itself. A book-ending killing spree which feels like a dumb video game. Infantile right wing anti-government ranting.
Code to f conduct
I have read a few of the Harvath books and enjoyed them. However this one was a slow story that was to political. Meaning to much time spent setting up the reasons behind the plot. The ending was rushed and haphazard. All in all I had a hard time finishing this book. To be honest my motivation was to see how he was going to finish it in the remaining 20 pages..
Enjoyed the book.