Bloody Sunday
by Coes, Ben






CIA top special forces operative Dewey Andreas goes undercover in Macau, where he must foil Iran and North Korea's plot to acquire nuclear and long-range attack capabilities.





BEN COES is the New York Times bestselling author of international espionage thrillers, including Independence Day, First Strike, and Trap the Devil. Before writing his first novel, Power Down, he worked at the White House under two presidents and was a Fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government. He lives with his wife and four children in Wellesley, Massachusetts.





Sunday is not the only thing that's bloody in the latest featuring CIA operative Dewey Andreas. He has decided to retire from the business, but, of course, he has to conduct the inevitable one last mission. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is dying of cancer, and he decides he wants to go out in a blaze of glory by launching a nuclear strike on the U.S. A general in the North Korean military tries to work out the final pieces of the operation by striking a deal with Iran. Dewey must force the general to reveal what he knows, but how does he convince this loyalist to spill? By a bold operation that quickly goes south. Continuing to create stories that are both timely and exciting, Coes has written another outstanding black-ops thriller that holds readers with believable characters, a charismatic lead, and compelling narrative drive, much in the manner of Alex Berenson's John Wells novels. Copyright 2018 Booklist Reviews.






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