What if you discover foreigners plotting to assist a political campaign?
Jacob Stearne wants to settle down and start a family. The woman he falls for doesn’t want him to kill people anymore. Even if they’re trying to kill him. As their romance blossoms, duty calls him away. He can’t allow his love to stop him from his assignment: tracking down the hacker who crashed two airliners killing 365 Americans.
It wasn't only the story that kept me riveted. It was characters that I loved or detested with a passion — Vine Voice DreamBeast
Pia Sabel is hoping to escape corporate life on a soccer field when a dying Russian spy gives her a USB drive filled with impenetrable codes. Her team sets out to unravel the mystery. But the documents raise more questions than answers. Chief among these is the link between a Cold War spy master, her parents’ murders, and the presidential campaign’s frontrunner.
You can feel them facing evil, staring it in the face and saying, "Bring it on!" — Ann Graham
As Jacob’s team closes in, the hacker offers Pia a bargain. She opts to face down the Cold Warrior who ordered her parents killed. But the old-timer still has some deadly tricks up his sleeve. When overwhelming forces descend on her, she must decide, will she die on an isolated, arctic island, or rise up and exact her revenge?
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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
The twists in Seeley James stories are better than Steve Berry, Tom Clancy, or John Sandford — David Gormer
Jacob and his sidekick god, Mercury are two of the best characters ever created — Secret World Book Club
The intricate plotting in Sabel Security novels creates a world you’ll love to get lost in — Pat Chapman
Plenty of edge of the seat suspense, a splash of well-timed humor, and adventures that leave you wanting more — Susan Gainoutdinov
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