By Brad Taylor
In former delta strength operator and New York Times bestseller Brad Taylor’s most recent Pike Logan mystery, the Taskforce needs to cease their so much devastating chance yet—a weapon of mass destruction.
The Taskforce is used to being the hunter, yet this time they’re the hunted.
Intent on embroiling the USA in a quagmire that would sap its economic climate and drain its legitimacy, Russia passes a possible weapon of mass destruction to Boko Haram, an severe Islamic sect in Nigeria. A relic of the chilly battle, the Russian FSB believes the weapon has deteriorated and is not any longer potent, yet they're incorrect. Boko Haram has the capacity for mass destruction, to be able to be set unfastened upon a large number of unsuspecting innocents on one of many world’s grandest stages.
Trying to unravel the riddle of who could be stalking them, Pike Logan and the Taskforce do not know what’s been set in movement; yet there’s one other mystery from the chilly warfare buried within the Russian FSB, and exposing it is going to suggest the adaptation among lifestyles and death—not just for Pike and his accomplice, Jennifer, yet for probably hundreds of thousands extra world wide.
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I disagree,” the bomber countered. “We’ve established that you care a great deal for this woman. You wouldn’t have ﬂown halfway across the world and taken me into the Vatican if you didn’t. Which means you won’t stop me from walking away from here if that gets her killed. Which it would. ” “But then again, I’ve got this book. ” The man conceded Reilly’s remark with a small nod. “So here’s what we’ll do,” Reilly said. “You want the book. I want Tess. In one piece. So we trade. ” The bomber shook his head, a mock apology on his face.
The man held the keys there for a moment, then he turned and tossed them behind him, slightly off to one side. They landed in a small stretch of lawn. He eyed Reilly, an icy smirk just cracking the surface of the hermetic expression on his face. “You’re going to want this too,” he added as he held up his phone—before turning around and tossing it too. Reilly’s chest seized up as he watched the phone spin in the air several times before it landed on the same grassy patch, by a couple of benches.
And if the archivist wasn’t going to die from it, Reilly needed to do something else—fast. He reached into another pocket and pulled out a small ceramic syringe, yanked its cap off, and plunged it into a throbbing vein in the man’s fore arm. He checked his pulse and waited till he was sure the opioid antagonist had done its job. Without it, the Fentanyl—a fast-acting, incapacitating opiate that was part of the Bureau’s small and unpublicized arsenal of non lethal weapons—could send the prefect into a coma, or as in the tragic case of more than a hundred hostages in a Moscow theater a few years back, it could kill him.