By Linda Howard
In six New York Times bestsellers, together with her smashing hardcover debut Now you spot Her, Linda Howard has seamlessly melded exciting sensuality and heart-pounding dramatic rigidity. Now she brings again the elusive hero who first seemed in her acclaimed page-turner Kill and Tell -- in a brand new blockbuster that's half suspense, half ardour, and natural Linda Howard.
nobody can get as regards to John Medina, the CIA's mythical Black Ops professional who works within the shadows of the government's deadliest missions. he's a digital invisible guy, with out buddies, many enemies, and a cloud of suspicion surrounding the demise of his spouse. And not anyone is aware the hazards higher than Niema Burdock. a pointy, steely nerved communications specialist, Niema and her husband, Dallas, labored facet through part with Medina on an explosive challenge that went tragically mistaken.
She might listen all of it play out, horribly, at the radio: Dallas trigger the detonators at John Medina's command -- and located himself trapped within the crossfire. In a shattering blast, Niema's wish and her love have been destroyed...
Now Niema has withdrawn to a quiet Intelligence place, and a secure -- if predictable -- lifestyles that has helped her heal her scars from 5 years in the past. and he or she by no means deliberate to work out Medina back.
yet now John Medina wishes her...
A French fingers broker is providing overseas terrorist devices, and John Medina needs to infiltrate his compound and crack the lethal ring. yet in basic terms Niema can plant the undetectable insects had to nail the cautious and well-connected broker -- a feat that starts by way of going undercover and successful his belief. operating her approach into his glamorous international of embassy galas and particular events, Niema steps conscientiously throughout a minefield of intimate secrets and techniques, luring the Frenchman whereas inviting catastrophe with each sophisticated and seductive play. but if their cautious technique starts to crack, Niema and John take flight in an odd land -- and locate their partnership sparking with an erotically charged, unquenchable electrical energy. In a global of deception, something is obvious: John Medina has once more set Niema on a freefall into threat and hope -- and one cannot exist with no the opposite.
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She had been feverish and aching, battered by grief and guilt, barely functional. Medina had taken care of her. When the nail wound in her arm became infected, from somewhere he procured a vial of antibiotic and gave her an injection. He made certain she ate and slept, and he got her across the border into Turkey. He had been there during the first awful paroxysm of grief and hadn't tried to comfort her, knowing that weeping was better than holding it in. All in all, she owed this man her life.
He would have done it no matter what you said. " She had known the type of man Dallas was, known that he would feel he had to complete the job at all costs, and that cost had included his life. Medina fell silent, concentrating on his driving. She gave him directions on the next turn; she lived in McLean, on the same side of the river as Langley, so the commute was easy. Once before she had sat beside him as he drove through the night, and he had been silent then, too. It was after Hadi had "liberated" a 1968 Ford Fairlane from the Iranian village, and they had driven into Tehran together.
The maniac who wanted to explode a bomb in a school as a protest for world peace was not going to purchase that bomb or the materials through him. Even in the world of terrorists there must be standards, no? Ronsard required an established organization, which would need his services again and so was not likely to turn on him. For his part, he was absolutely scrupulous in delivering what he had promised. He took nothing for himself except the agreed payment. His own value, he knew, depended on his reliability.