It began when he got behind the wheel. It didn't end with his first kill.
Chris Morehouse, a chauffeur for the US embassy in Germany, is navigating his way through the tight streets of Bonn when he encounters a sight ahead of him, he one day half expected. The US ambassador's car coming under attack by well-organized terrorists.
Chris' fight-or-flight instinct kicked in, but he was conflicted, this wasn't his battle. Should he move forward and engage the enemy, or look the other way?
With an uncanny ability to evaluate situations instantly, Chris aimed his car at one of the attackers and mashed the gas. It would be his first kill for the United States of America, but it would not be his last. A kill that piques the interest of a three-letter agency that has its eye on a potential new recruit.
However, Chris's instincts also tell him he could now be a target, The FBI brushes him off, but a mercenary, a terrorist, and a corrupt politician may have other ideas.
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Davies brings his decades of experience as a security consultant to this fast-paced thriller set in 1995. British soldier Chris Morehouse, who has finished his tour of duty, chooses to stay in Germany, where he now works as a motor pool driver for the U.S. embassy in Bonn. When three kidnappers target the armored Cadillac in which America's ambassador to Germany, Winston Heymann, is a passenger, Chris springs into action, killing two of the bad guys and rescuing the diplomat. U.S. senator Robert Corbin, who has presidential ambitions, is behind the attack. As president, Corbin would be able to punish the Japanese, who killed his father during the Bataan Death March in 1942, by restricting imports to the U.S. Corbin's complex machinations require neutralizing Heymann. Readers who can overlook some awkward prose ("It would have been a fatal and instant death") will enjoy the twisty ride to a feel-good finish that promises further adventures for Chris. (BookLife)
A little confusing
A little confusing but a good read