Only the Dead
Navy SEAL James Reece faces a devastating global conspiracy in this high-adrenaline thriller that is ripped from the headlines—from the #1 New York Times bestselling author and “one of the top writers of political thrillers” (Bookreporter), Jack Carr.
In 1980, a freshman congressman was gunned down in Rhode Island, sending shockwaves through Washington that are still reverberating over four decades later.
Now, with the world on the brink of war and a weakened United States facing rampant inflation, political division, and shocking assassinations, a secret cabal of global elites is ready to assume control. And with the world’s most dangerous man locked in solitary confinement, the conspirators believe the final obstacle to complete domination has been eliminated. They’re wrong.
From the firms of Wall Street to the corridors of power in Washington, DC, and Moscow, secrets from the past have the uncanny ability to rise to the surface in the present.
With the odds stacked against him, James Reece is on a mission generations in the making. Unfortunately for his enemies, the former SEAL is not concerned with odds. He is on the warpath. And when James Reece picks up his tomahawk and sniper rifle, no one is out of range.
From “a master novelist” (Ballistic Magazine), “quintessential hero James Reece is exactly what’s needed in today’s chaotic political milieu” (K.J. Howe, author of Skyjack).
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
In Jack Carr’s pulse-pounding thriller, CIA operative James Reece is in custody after being framed for a presidential assassination he had nothing to do with. Now, Reece must figure out who wants him out of the game—and how it all connects to the global conspiracy his father died trying to uncover. Carr makes Reece’s quest feel psychologically intense in a way that goes beyond the wild shoot-outs and chase scenes, and he underscores the dire circumstances facing not just the hero but the world at large. Only the Dead is a thinking person’s political thriller that doesn’t skimp on furious action.
A Good Contiuation
Jack. You’ve written another well rounded book. This one seems a bit rushed and repetitive in its verbiage at times. It has set up some good possible future plots. Still one of my favorite series. Waiting for you to top your Magnum Opus - Savage Son, and to that I say “Best of luck”.
Where’s the rest of the book?
Only two chapters?! Where’s the rest of it?