By Marc Cameron
From coast to coast, our state is witnessing a brand new wave of terror. Suicide bombers incite blind panic and paralyzing worry. A flight attendant attempts to crash an airliner. A police officer opens hearth on enthusiasts in a stadium. And at CIA headquarters, a Deputy Director is going on a murderous rampage. The perpetrators seem to be American--but they're covert brokers in an enormous community of terror, chosen and knowledgeable for one goal in simple terms: the entire annihilation of America.
Special Agent Jericho Quinn has visible the symptoms. As a categorized "instrument" of the CIA reporting on to the President, Quinn is aware that those random acts of violence pose a transparent and current probability. yet Quinn will not be capable of cease it. the hunt for terrorists has escalated into an all-out witch hunt. And by some means, Quinn's identify is at the checklist. . .
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I certainly couldn’t see the row of body parts. Standish finished packing the sat comms into its case and wedged it between the front seats, then stood up on the flatbed behind us, one hand gripping a section of frame, the other his AK. He was clearly going for the Lawrence of Arabia look. We reached the lower ground, about a K from the target, when a light-coloured vehicle detached itself from the buildings. Its dust trail flew high into the air as it headed out to give us the once-over. I checked that the rear leaf sight was on its battle setting of 300 metres and glanced across to see what the other GPMG was up to.
Fuck ’em, they weren’t my concern for now. Ahead of me was a wide, sweeping staircase, bare wood, no carpet. I took the stairs two at a time, the link rattling against my legs. I reached a landing and turned left. A cast-iron spiral staircase in the far corner led to an open doorway a floor up, through which sunlight streamed. I could hear the other gun firing from the roof. The spiral was tight and narrow and it was almost impossible to keep the scalding gun metal off my skin as I climbed. The stairs rose slightly proud of the roof terrace, and the doorway was covered with a canopy.
Act Of Terror (Jericho Quinn, Book 2) by Marc Cameron