Why would a billionaire smuggle terrorists into the country?
On a mission to free enslaved Iraqi friends, Jacob Stearne feels good about liberating an American held with them. Then he learns the American leads a terrorist cell. The man vanishes. Scrambling after his mistake from Latin America to the South Pacific, Jacob gets a bad feeling when he tracks the fundamentalists heading for the USA.
The twists in Seeley James stories are better than Steve Berry, Tom Clancy, or John Sandford — David Gormer
Pia Sabel is doing her best to learn the family business. She’s feeling a little out of place among the billionaires when the president charges her with uncovering a peer intent on destroying the country. With no shortage of rich, arrogant suspects, trust quickly becomes her biggest problem. Who is funding the radicals Jacob is hunting? Her boyfriend? An old associate? Her father?
The intricate plotting in Sabel Security novels creates a world you’ll love to get lost in — Pat Chapman
While the wealthy fraternize with politicians, everything Pia believed in is turned upside down. Facing a collision with evil she cannot win her team can only hope to save some—not all. As the clock ticks down, Pia and Jacob must face the ultimate question: in the final showdown, will they have what it takes?
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Praise for Seeley James’ Sabel Security series
Jacob Stearne is Jack Reacher … without the sanity — Paul Westmoreland
Pia Sabel reminds me of a young Eve Dallas, or a tragic Daenerys, always driven to succeed — Ingrid Anderson
It wasn't only the story that kept me riveted. It was characters that I loved or detested with a passion — Vine Voice DreamBeast
Jacob and his sidekick god, Mercury are two of the best characters ever created — Secret World Book Club
Plenty of edge of the seat suspense, a splash of well-timed humor, and adventures that leave you wanting more — Susan Gainoutdinov
You can feel them facing evil, staring it in the face and saying, "Bring it on!" — Ann Graham
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