In Rules for Revenge: A Declan McIver Novel (Black Shuck Thriller Series) by Ian Graham, after the thwarting a terrorist attack in which officials believe he was involved, Declan McIver is lying low with his pregnant wife. When bombs go off again, Declan is caught up in a plot that could expose him and his wife and jeopardize their safety. Can he, with the help of a secretive MI6 officer, stop the terrorists in time? Rules for Revenge is the second novel in the Black Shuck Thriller Series.
In Trophy Target by Allen Mitchum, The heir to the Danish throne has been living the life of an ex-soldier in French Guiana when he disappears. When word of his disappearance reaches his family, the younger brother of the heir, Prince Erik, hires the world’s best mercenary, Fadi Kalhoun, to find his brother.
The new African Pope has been hunted all his life and is highly security conscious. When he courts controversy by seeking to make Hitler’s pope a saint, people start to die. Six investigators representing international policing agencies head to the Vatican in an attempt to protect the pope and stop the loss of life. Can they succeed or does the problem have a depth none of them realize?
In Veil of Civility by Ian Graham, Declan McIver is living a quiet life when a meeting with an old friend sends him on the run. He calls upon long unused training but can he survive a dark conspiracy that will stop at nothing to take him down? Veil of Civility is the first book in Ian Graham’s Declan McIver series.
On the heels of the death of the Vice President, the President of the United States dies as a result of an aneurysm. In Sedition: A Political Thriller by Tom Abrahams, Savvy Secretary of State, Felicia Jackson and smarmy not yet sworn in Vice Presidential candidate, John Blackmon fight in court and on the public stage for the top title. Waiting in the wings is a group wishing to overthrow the government who know that its time to make their move. Their problem is that it seems one of them isn’t so sure and is feeding information to the NSA and Matti Harrold is assigned to the case. When all the story lines converge, who will come out on top?
In The Fallen Angel by Daniel Silva, Gabriel Allon is called to the Vatican to restore a Caravaggio when a woman kills herself in St. Peter’s Basilica. Monsignor Luigi Donati, secretary to His Holiness Pope Paul VII, believes that her death is suspicious and, not wishing a scandal for the Vatican, asks Allon to investigate. The story, as Daniel Silva’s tales do, take us deep into a world of conspiracy and art theft to uncover the truth of why someone would want a Vatican antiquity specialist dead — and who hopes to kill Allon as well.