What if DNA led you to discover your mother was the vice president — and a murderer?
Jacob Stearne can't remember who shot him. He wakes up with amnesia obscuring the events of recent weeks. Both his girlfriend and his boss have vanished. With his dream of starting a family crushed, Jacob decides to hang up his Glock and find a job less deadly. That doesn't stop a former president from demanding that he find Pia Sabel. He refuses. But his past catches up with him when four assassins stop by intent on ending his life.
The twists in Seeley James stories are better than Steve Berry, Tom Clancy, or John Sandford — David Gormer
Pia isn't lost. She's dropped off the grid to get her mental health under control. While chilling on the French Riviera, curiosity gets the better of her. When she traces a clue back to an art gallery, she decides to focus her energy on annihilating the toxic American president back home. Still plagued by self-doubt, events quickly overwhelm her. To unravel the evidence, she must join a cabal of international oligarchs, all of whom kill to stay at the top.
You can feel them facing evil, staring it in the face and saying, "Bring it on!" — Ann Graham
Can Pia and Jacob expose the president before competing factions dismantle the nation's balance of power and destroy the USA?
Praise for Seeley James' Sabel Security series
Jacob Stearne is Jack Reacher … without the sanity — Paul Westmoreland
Pia Sabel reminds me of a young Eve Dallas, or a tragic Daenerys, always driven to succeed — Ingrid Anderson
Jacob and his sidekick god, Mercury are two of the best characters ever created — Secret World Book Club
The intricate plotting in Sabel Security novels creates a world you'll love to get lost in — Pat Chapman
Plenty of edge of the seat suspense, a splash of well-timed humor, and adventures that leave you wanting more — Susan Gainoutdinov
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Death and secrets
A good book always seems too short. This one flew by. Love how he makes jokes about our political situation and the craziness in our media. Keep up the great work. Looking forward to the next one as usual.