Jack Kalman was very good at what he did. Counter-terrorism was a dirty business and he understood he had to play dirty to win.
He liked what he did when politics didn't get in the way. Agents couldn't always play by the rules and Jack usually didn't.
This time the Bureau was dead wrong. He knew it. The truth was better than the phony P.R. and Jack was going to prove it even if it ended his career.
Praise for the author's previous work:
"A winner . Sharp, clever, super suspense."
"A fast-paced slickly-told story "
-Sunday Telegraph, London, UK
"Nice surprises and shocks "
-The Sunday Times, London, UK
"Arnold is a writer to watch."
-Ellery Queen Magazine
"Attorney-turned-author Arnold clearly knows what elements are necessary for a good thriller."