The Drone

· Canelo
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About this ebook

The global threat level rises in an explosive thriller that “should find a large and enthusiastic audience among fans of Daniel Silva and Alex Berenson” (Booklist).
The prisoner who wakes up in a box miles from anywhere.
The jailer who doesn’t question his job.
The shipment of drones stolen from a cargo hub.
The terrorists planning a devastating attack on US soil.
When drone expert James Chadwick disappears without a trace, Cruxys Solutions investigators Ruth Gonzales and Andy Vaslik are assigned to track his last movements.
With few clues to go on, the hunt moves from London to New York, gathering speed as they close in on a horrifying plan to kill the US president and inflict total damage on an Air Force base.
The countdown to a new era of destruction has begun. Gonzalez and Vaslik are the only ones who can stop it.
Gritty, exciting and full of suspense, The Drone is a terrific thriller perfect for fans of Daniel Silva, Alex Berenson, and Harlan Coben.
Previously published as The Bid
“Much of the pleasure in reading this tangled yarn from the prolific Magson comes from putting the pieces together along with his pair of sleuths . . . They have nice chemistry and banter with aplomb.” —Kirkus Reviews

About the author

Adrian Magson is an experienced author of crime and spy novels, including the Harry Tate series and the Inspector Lucas Rocco crime thrillers. He also has countless short stories and articles in national and international magazines to his name plus a non-fiction work: Write On! – the Writer’s Help Book. Adrian lives in the Forest of Dean, and rumours that he is building a nuclear bunker are unfounded. It is in fact, a bird table.

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