The word's most effective anti-terrorist force has the tools to monitor every move the enemy makes. They've planted a listening device inside a terrorist's skull, and activated a video spy drone disguised as a bird. But knowing is only half the battle…
Multi-lingual, nerves-of-steel agents Charlie Dean, Lia DeFrancesca, and Tommy Karr prowl the winding streets of Istanbul to the crowded airports of America to stop terrorists in their tracks. Hooked into a real-time, high-tech system, this army of three goes head-to-head with the most dangerous people in the world.
Al Qaeda is launching a series of devastating attacks against the West—and the ultimate strike is aimed at the heart of the USA! In a war where both sides operate in deep disguise, Deep Black must fight a world where betrayal, trust, faith, and doubt collide….
Stephen Coonts' Deep Black: Jihad, cowritten with Jim DeFelice, is the fifth book in this thrilling series.
Too bad to Finish!
It's not very often that I put a book in the "Too Poor to Finish" category, but after 400 pages of rambling non-action, poorly developed, uninteresting characters, I just couldn't take it anymore. I have read everything that Coonts has written and they are all good. Of the 3 written with DeFelice, this is the 2nd that hit the trash and the 3rd just barely escaped. I will not buy another book co-authored by this guy.