When a series of events bring Chad Hunter and hot Agency super spy Sirena back together again, the action gets ramped up immediately. Chad has been hired by the Defense Department to develop a new weapon system based on the Hypershot rail gun system, with a scheduled test looming from a remote site on a volcano in Ecuador. While attending a United Nations World Conference on International Telecommunications in Brazil, Chad runs into Sirena. After a terrorist group bombs the hotel, killing a number of diplomats, and almost killing Chad and Sirena, the two of them join forces to discover who was behind the bombing. Did the bombing have anything to do with Chad’s weapons test? Eventually, Sirena must choose between her allegiance with the Agency and her friendship with Chad, while both run for their lives from the remote Ecuadorian forest to the steamy shores of Columbia, fighting a brutal force of hired killers, government agents, and a cabal of bureaucratic numbskulls determined to bring them both down.
This is Book 2 in the Chad Hunter series. Audible does not carry the other two books, so I had to buy the Kindle versions (which are very inexpensive). Cyber Shot is an outstanding thriller that does not get the attention it deserves. Some of Trevor Scott's novels are not very good but the Chad Hunter series is very, very good.
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