A deadly virus. A crusading scientist. A traumatised detective with one chance to save billions of lives…
Jake Tanner is tormented by the memories of the people he’s failed to save. Hoping to give his spinning mind a break, the detective treats his wife and kids to a fancy meal in London’s tallest building. He never expected that his family time would be cut short by a biological terrorist…
Cut off from outside help and struggling with his PTSD, Jake may be the only man who can save the hostages and thwart the horrific attack. As a deadly game of cat and mouse begins, the detective must conquer his own demons to outwit a deranged mastermind. If he fails, the airborne pathogen’s devious purpose will decimate humanity’s future.
Can Jake defeat a savage psychopath before the virus annihilates humankind?
Floor 68 is the second book in the pulse-pounding Jake Tanner thriller series. If you like edge-of-your-seat action, honourable heroes, and explosive plots, then you’ll love Jack Probyn’s gripping novel.
Jake Tanner is an awesome character! This is the second book I have read of Jake Tanner and they just keep getting better. This is a thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat (biting your nails or worse). Fast-paced, action-packed (of course) and filled with a suspenseful story that will compel you to read on! I love that the author is a young man who still has many years left to write more awesome stories!
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A breathtaking novel
Very well done, the best I have read by Jack Brobyn, keeps you guessing until the end. The characters are strongly written and certainly not perfect people, all seem to have their flaws and weaknesses. To think of terrorism and how fast it is growing is a frightful thing, but this look is certainly eye-opening. Take the time to read it