"The CIA, FBI, MI6 and every European country is searching for him and he is coming straight for them"
Reviewed by Shellie Surles
Posted January 24, 2015
Will Cochrane is one of the most deadly spies in the
world. He works for a joint CIA-MI6 agency. While on a
mission he refuses an order and kills five enemy
operatives to save the life of one of his own. Now he is
wanted by the CIA and MI6 and he must discover what was
so important that they would let one of their own die and
make him an international fugitive.
Will heads for the only place he can get the answers the
United States. Now the FBI's top person, and a deadly
Russian assassin team are on his heals searching for him
and he must discover the truth before a plot to destroy
the United States is unleashed and more innocent people
Exciting nonstop thriller is the best way to describe
DARK SPIES. Will Cochrane is a hard core killer that you
root for from the first moment. Though he is deadly, he
only kills to protect his nation and the innocent.
Matthew Dunn has created a spy that is the best of the
best. The story line is intense and you won't want to put
the book down once you start reading until you're done.
Though part of a series of books about super spy Will
Cochrane, DARK SPIES can be read as a standalone. Though
after you read one Will Cochrane book you will want to
read them all.
On the run from the CIA, intelligence operative Will
Cochrane heads to the United States to uncover a
spymaster at the center of an international conspiracy in
this thrilling follow-up to Slingshot
Will Cochrane crouches on a hilltop, assembling his sniper
rifle. He's still thinking about being removed from his
mission tracking the terrorist financier Cobalt. Instead,
he's been sent to babysit a CIA operative and her asset in
Norway, a routine assignment far below the skill level of
the only agent to earn the code name Spartan. But as he
scans the vista before him, he sees something that's just
not possible, an eminent Russian spymaster—code-named
Antaeus—whom Will is sure he killed three years ago. . . .
Will reports to Langley immediately and the response is
emphatic: Antaeus Must Not Be Touched. Further Inquiries
Require Project Ferryman Clearance. Almost as soon as he
hears this, Will sees Antaeus's men execute the asset Will
was sent to protect, and Will decides to take a shot at
spymaster, knowing it will make him a marked man. Will
manages to kill the attackers and save the CIA operative,
but the elusive spymaster slips from his grasp, and both
CIA and MI6 tell him to surrender for disobeying orders.
Now the only way to save his career—and his life—is to get
into the U.S. and expose the truth about Project Ferryman.
But to accomplish this Will has to outmaneuver four deadly
Russian assassins and an elite FBI team controlled by
officials who will stop at nothing to keep their sins and
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