From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Vince Flynn's Mitch Rapp Series
It's bold. It's dangerous. It's the kind of maverick operation that has made Mark Beamon both the FBI's best agent and its least-likely-to-succeed screw-up.
A top-secret FBI file -- buried in an anonymous government warehouse since J. Edgar Hoover's death -- is missing. The unlucky grad student who uncovered it is dead, and now his ex-girlfriend is on the run, accused of the murder. The only man everyone agrees can find the young woman and turn up the explosive document is "off-duty," suspended and under the threat of prosecution by the bureau itself.
Beamon knows better than anyone that this is his last shot to save his career -- and his country. Tracking the young woman down, though, will be the hardest assignment he's ever tackled, for she's a gutsy world-class rock-climber who can drop out of sight anywhere in the world. And even if he finds her and the file, who can he trust when the FBI itself is under suspicion? Beamon has no room for wrong guesses -- or moves. If he blows this one, he'll free fall straight out of the bureau -- and straight into prison....
Mills turns his attention to the world of politics in his third thriller (after Storming Heaven) starring black sheep FBI
This is one of the best books I have ever read. I couldn’t stop until I finished it! That’s right, I read it in one day. I will now read all of Kyle Mills books.
Obviously the text of the electronic version of this book was scanned and run through character recognition. The spelling, runtogetherwords, and punctuation were terrible. There are points where the female character is referred to as He and you reread thinking there is another character. The story line was really good as I have come to expect from this author, but the fact that nobody even spell checked the text will lead me in another direction for my next read. I am sure the “book” was a great read but the electronic version is a complete dis-service to the author!
Five stars for storyline only
Excellent, thrilling storyline, but lack of proofreading and proper punctuation makes this book a little disappointing.