On Sale: January 5, 2015
Featuring: John Cann; Katherine Price
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Thriller Political | Thriller
Terrorists from all over the world. Sarin gas from Syrian
stockpiles. Innocents gathered for a revered sporting
all unaware of the horrific attack about to be launched.
“Sovereign Order”, is an international thriller about an
Iranian-sponosred WMD attack on Monaco and the 100,000
people in attendance at the Monaco Grand Prix.
The sublimely evil villain is Rashid al-Nassef, long
dead but actually living under Iranian protection, After
several years of chafing in his “velvet prison” he
the go-ahead to launch what will be the most destructive
horrific terrorist attack in history.
The assault is multi-leveled in both its substance and in
its actors. The “martyrs” who will execute the plan come
from many places; a Bosnian youth designated by al-Nassef
set off the first in a series of assaults, the young
woman whose fanaticism as a Christian leads her to seek
love of Mohammed, the tyrannical and abusive Albanian
and his wife and child who will effect the diversionary
explosion on the day of the race, the Scots lawyer
into Islam as a youth, and finally, al-Nassef himself who
will unleash the final act of horror that will leave the
Principality of Monaco unlivable for decades to come.
The novel features John Cann and Katherine Price, senior
partners in a Washington DC law firm with strong ties to
intelligence community — as do John and Katherine in
own pasts: John in the military sphere, Katherine in
civilian counter-terror. John is in all the books and
Katherine Price was introduced in the third Macomber
“A Grave Breach” where she ended up being the hero of
dual plots in that book. As intended but also by popular
demand, she and John have finally “gotten together” and
“Sovereign Order”, they travel to the Monaco Grand Prix
an engagement present from a principal of one of the
and find themselves at risk of losing everything when
face off against the horrific combined-WMD attack on the
“crown jewel of world formula racing”.
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