One Minute to Midnight (An action packed political conspiracy thriller)

· Jack Emery Conspiracy Thrillers Book 5 · Steve P. Vincent
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About this ebook

Continue this action packed political conspiracy thriller series by USA Today Bestselling author Steve P. Vincent…

70 years hoping the bomb doesn’t go off. One chance to do something about it.

After having barely survived nuclear annihilation, the leaders of the nuclear powers are close to a historic disarmament agreement. Everyone now knows that one nuclear weapon is one too many.

But when a rogue arms dealer tries to destroy the deal, Jack Emery is forced into a battle to the death to save it. And he knows the stakes couldn’t be more explosive.

In a no-holds-barred battle for everything he holds dear, Jack will sacrifice everything to save the deal… and the world.

All thriller, no filler!

If you like L.T. Ryan’s Jack Noble series, Ken Fite’s Blake Jordan series, or Steven Konkoly’s Black Flag series, you’ll love the addictive Jack Emery political conspiracy thriller series.

Strap in and get ready to continue this explosive thriller series!

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About the author

Steve P. Vincent is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the Jack Emery and Mitch Herron conspiracy thriller series. 

Steve has a degree in political science, a thesis on global terrorism, a decade as a policy advisor and training from the FBI and Australian Army in his conspiracy kit bag. 

When he's not writing, Steve enjoys whisky, sports and dreaming up ever more elaborate conspiracy theories. Oh, and travel. He's travelled extensively through Europe, the United States and Asia.


Twitter: @stevepvincent


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