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"A must!" (Lee Child)

Black Ops veteran Leo J. Maloney delivers an explosive tale of international intrigue and the menace of a third world war.

The clock is ticking.... Twelve hours. New York City is under siege. A bomb has exploded in Penn Station. Islamic terrorists have occupied the Waldorf Astoria. And a bloody, catastrophic battle is being fought in Grand Central Station. It's all part of an insidious plot targeting a visiting head of state. Dan Morgan knows what he has to do to prevent an irreversible domino effect from bringing the world to its knees. There's just one catch. Dan's teenage daughter is trapped among the hostages. And she's determined to fight her way out....

©2015 Leo J. Maloney (P)2015 Audible Inc.

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  • Wayne
  • Matthews, NC
  • 11-20-15

Very intense suspense!

At just over 3 hours in length Twelve Hours packs in a tremendous amount of action and suspense. The novel is set in New York City and it involves an active terrorist attack with Dan Morgan's daughter caught in the midst of the violence and terror.

At $2.09 cost Twelve Hours packs a lot of action and suspense. Just buy the book!

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  • Mary
  • Wilmington, NC, United States
  • 04-13-15

Not his best

Perhaps it was the length, but this was a marginal story told by a dreary narrator. Not his best compared to others.

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