'One of the most intense and engrossing thrillers of the last decade' - Amazon reviewer
An action-packed and utterly gripping, globetrotting thriller - for fans of I AM PILGRIM by Terry Hayes, NOMAD by James Swallow, Mark Dawson's THE CLEANER, and THE DECEIVERS by Alex Berenson.
Smuggled to the Middle East as a child.
Trained as one of the most elite insurgents of his generation.
Forced to do things no one should, for a cause he couldn't believe in.
But as his brothers were preparing to kill, he was looking for a way out.
Now, on the eve of the deadliest coordinated attacks the world has ever seen, he finally has his chance.
He will break free and hunt down those who made him a monster.
He must draw on all his training to survive.
He is SLEEPER 13.
SLEEPER 13 is a fast-paced thriller filled with twists and turns and intrigue that will appeal to readers of big-hitting thriller authors such as Terry Hayes, J.B. Turner, Mark Dawson, Lee Child, David Baldacci, Mark Greaney, Alex Berenson, Michael Connelly, and Scott Mariani.
'An original action-packed international thriller with tension and danger on every page' - Michael Wood, author of For Reasons Unknown
WHY THRILLER READERS ARE GIVING SLEEPER 13 FIVE STARS:
'Perfect for spy thriller lovers and fans of I Am Pilgrim, Orphan X' - Goodreads review
'I could not put down this book' - Netgalley review
'Brilliant, gripping' - Netgalley review
'Superb' - Amazon review
'Wow just wow!' - Amazon review
'This has got to be a best seller' - Amazon review
'Loved it, loved it, loved it' - Amazon review
'Cracking read' - Amazon review
'Very believable' - Amazon review
'Screams bestseller on every page' Amazon review
'Loved, loved, loved this book' Amazon review
Aydin Torkal, the 20-something hero of this exciting thriller from British author Sinclair (the Enemy series), was born in Turkey but taken as a child by his father to Afghanistan to be trained as a terrorist. Aydin, now part of a sleeper cell in Paris, is toying with leaving the cell when he sees a TV news report about a terrorist bombing in Aleppo, Syria. One victim happens to be his twin sister, who was working in Aleppo with a humanitarian charity. This prompts Aydin to finally desert. As he flees from place to place, he's forced to kill some of his jihadi brethren, including several in Berlin. Meanwhile, Rachel Cox, a member of the British Secret Intelligence Service, goes to Berlin to investigate the murder by cyanide of several unidentified corpses discovered in a demolished van and discovers a possible link between this crime and Aydin. Rachel's superiors suspect Aydin is part of an impending terrorist attack, but Rachel believes there's some critical information concerning Aydin they don't know. The suspense builds as Aydin faces danger and Rachel tries to prevent a terrorist attack. This is a real page-turner, impossible to put down.