A suburban housewife’s world blows up when her husband is accused of espionage in this thriller by the author of the Sam Lagarde mysteries.
In Washington, DC, FBI agent Clay Turnbull’s peaceful lunch in the park ends with a storm of agents. The news reports say he is arrested for spying for the Russians, while Turnbull believes it is connected to his investigation of an international drug cartel. Unfortunately, his life is cut short before he can share the truth . . .
The assassins who take out Turnbull are a powerful bunch, with a reach that extends all the way to the White House and its senior personnel. Turnbull’s discovered their enterprise may be in danger, and now they must do whatever it takes to protect the highest levels of their democracy. With the CIA, FBI, and NSA technology at their fingertips, no one will be safe. Especially not Turnbull’s wife and teenage daughter. They should run . . .
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