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Code of Conduct (Scot Harvath, Book 14) by Brad Thor

By Brad Thor

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#1 big apple instances bestselling writer Brad Thor offers his maximum mystery ever—an action-packed literary travel de force!
Hidden deep inside of one of many world’s strongest businesses is a mystery committee with a devastating schedule. Its individuals are afforded magnificent protections—considered elites, untouchables.

But whilst 4 seconds of video is captured midway world wide and anonymously transmitted to D.C., covert wheels are set in movement, and counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath is tapped to adopt the deadliest task of his career.

What starts off as a want will evolve right into a globe-spanning drama of hugely own stakes performed out opposed to a backdrop of lovely foreign intrigue, duplicitous political gamesmanship, and the darkest, so much clandestine fears of the espionage world.

With razor-sharp plotting, richly rendered characters, and heart-stopping surprises on each web page, Thor isn’t simply on the most sensible of his game—he owns the complete style.

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