Target: New York

The Reluctant Assassin Series, Book 5
Narrated by: Drew Bott
Series: The Reluctant Assassin, Book 5
Length: 7 hrs and 41 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A nuclear-armed terrorist is out for revenge against a CIA operative and his family.

When an infamous terrorist surfaces in the wake of three massive international bombings, the hunt is on. But as Atcho closes in on his quarry, everything changes. Shocking new information reveals hidden targets. The hunter has become the prey.

Only the next attack won’t be in a distant land; it will be on Atcho’s doorstep.

If Atcho can’t stop this madman, his family, and millions of innocents, could be wiped out in the white flash of a nuclear weapon.

Perfect for fans of Robert Ludlum, Lee Child, Vince Flynn.

©2020 Lee Jackson (P)2020 Severn River Publishing

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Powerful

Incredible story! Thought provoking, emotionally engaging, and very entertaining. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in history!

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This book is all over the place bad characters, bad story line, and bad narration. This is a must not buy.