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No Way to Die : 'Orphan X meets 007' (Dempsey/Devlin Book 4), Hardback Book

No Way to Die : 'Orphan X meets 007' (Dempsey/Devlin Book 4) Hardback

Part of the Dempsey/Devlin series



'Like sitting down in front of the best action movie you've seen this year.

A brilliant, gripping thrill ride.' Cass Green, author of The Killer InsideA deadly threat.

A ghost from the past. And time is running out... When traces of a radioactive material are found alongside a body in Key West, multiple federal agencies suddenly descend on the crime scene.

This is not just an isolated murder: a domestic terrorist group is ready to bring the US government to its knees. The threat hits close to home for Agent Joe Dempsey when he discovers a personal connection to the group.

With his new team member, former Secret Service agent Eden Grace, Dempsey joins the race to track down the terrorists' bomb before it's too late.

But when their mission falls apart, he is forced to turn to the most unlikely of allies: an old enemy he thought he had buried in his past. Now, with time running out, they must find a way to work together to stop a madman from unleashing horrifying destruction across the country. 'A thrilling journey across America that channels Baldacci and Crais, all leading up to the classic ticking clock climax.

Terrific.' Mason Cross, author of What She Saw Last Night'What an absolute belter of a book.

Dempsey reminds me of an amalgam of 007 and Orphan X.

A blistering, two-fisted thriller you won't want to put down until you're done.' Neil Lancaster, author of Dead Man's Grave'A pulsating action thriller' Sunday Times




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