Major Robert Davis has almost captured bin Laden. Heas rescued the U.S. Presidentas son from kidnappers and met with the Castro brothers to prevent a war between the U.S. and Cuba. Now, with his Columbian-born mother recovering from a heart attack, all he wants is to resign from military intelligence and help her with the familyas international manufacturing company. And then the President calls. In John Boydas debut thriller, TWISTED FATE, Davisathe only person to have found bin Ladenamust travel to Columbia on a black ops mission to stop a planned terrorist attack on the U.S. by the revolutionary FARC and its secret leader, Gilberto Rodriquez. Supported by bin Ladenas organization, Rodriquez has the attack plan in motion, but he has not counted on Robert Davis. With the help of his brother and team, including a nerdy genius with a sophisticated tracking device, Robert races against time, with his lifeaand the life of the woman he lovesaat stake.She seems to have a complicated family history, to say the least. Ia#39;m still looking for more, so Ia#39;ll forward it as quickly as I get it.a aThanks, Andy.a He got dressed, booted up his laptop, and studied Andya#39;s e-mail and its ... aOh, no, thank you. ... She wanted her boys to learn Spanish as a native would. ... When he looked back, he could see Mrs. Cruz-Vasquez, framed in the doorway, watching her daughter.
|Author||:||John R. Boyd|
|Publisher||:||Four Pawns Publishing - 2014-03-30|