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Автор: Leo J. Maloney
Издательство: Ingram
Серия: A Dan Morgan Thriller
Жанр произведения: Шпионские детективы
Год издания: 0
isbn: 9781616509798
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      From Black Ops veteran Leo J. Maloney comes a nonstop thrill ride straight into the secret world of covert agents . . .

      Rogue Commander

      Four-star general James Collins has been accused of stealing a cache of Tomahawk missiles—and reaches out to his friend, CIA veteran Dan Morgan, for help. But Morgan is playing with fire. The Zeta Division, chasing down a black-market middleman, discovers a connection to a North Korean military officer—and one of his team winds up a prisoner in Pyongyang. As Morgan takes a series of escalating risks, it becomes clear that a global plot is already in motion—and if they can’t stop it, an unimaginable number of innocent civilians will be slaughtered . . .

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      Highest Praise for Leo J. Maloney and his thrillers

      Arch Enemy

      “Utterly compelling! This novel will grab you from the beginning and simply not let go. And Dan Morgan is one of the best heroes to come along in ages.”

      —Jeffery Deaver

      Twelve Hours

      “Fine writing and real insider knowledge make this a must.”

      —Lee Child

      Black Skies

      “Smart, savvy, and told with the pace and nuance that only a former spook could bring to the page, Black Skies is a tour de force novel of twenty-first-century espionage and a great geopolitical thriller. Maloney is the new master of the modern spy game, and this is first-rate storytelling.”

      —Mark Sullivan

      “Black Skies is rough, tough, and entertaining. Leo J. Maloney has written a ripping story.”

      —Meg Gardiner

      Silent Assassin

      “Leo Maloney has done it again. Real life often overshadows fiction and Silent Assassin is both: a terrifyingly thrilling story of a man on a clandestine mission to save us all from a madman hell bent on murder, written by a man who knows that world all too well.”

      —Michele McPhee

      “From the bloody, ripped-from-the-headlines opening sequence, Silent Assassin grabs you and doesn’t let go. Silent Assassin has everything a thriller reader wants—nasty villains, twists and turns, and a hero—Cobra—who just plain kicks ass.”

      —Ben Coes

      “Dan Morgan, a former black ops agent, is called out of retirement and back into a secretive world of politics and deceit to stop a madman.”

      —The Stoneham Independent

      Termination Orders

      “Leo J. Maloney is the new voice to be reckoned with. Termination Orders rings with the authenticity that can only come from an insider. This is one outstanding thriller!”

      —John Gilstrap

      “Taut, tense, and terrifying! You’ll cross your fingers it’s fiction—in this high-powered, action-packed thriller, Leo Maloney proves he clearly knows his stuff.”

      —Hank Phillippi Ryan

      “A new must-read action thriller that features a double-crossing CIA and Congress, vengeful foreign agents, a corporate drug ring, the Taliban, and narco-terrorists...a you-are-there account of torture, assassination, and double-agents, where ‘nothing is as it seems.’ ”

      —Jon Renaud

      “Leo J. Maloney is a real-life Jason Bourne.”

      —Josh Zwylen, Wicked Local Stoneham

      “A masterly blend of Black Ops intrigue, cleverly interwoven with imaginative sequences of fiction. The reader must guess which accounts are real and which are merely storytelling.”

      —Chris Treece, The Chris Treece Show

      “A deep-ops story presented in an epic style that takes fact mixed with a bit of fiction to create a spy thriller that takes the reader deep into secret spy missions.”

      —Cy Hilterman, Best Sellers World

      “For fans of spy thrillers seeking a bit of realism mixed into their novels, Termination Orders will prove to be an excellent and recommended pick.”

      —Midwest Book Reviews

      Books by Leo J. Maloney

      The Dan Morgan Thriller Series

      Termination Orders

      Silent Assassin

      Black Skies

      Twelve Hours

      Arch Enemy

      For Duty and Honor

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      Rogue Commander

      The Dan Morgan Thriller Series

      Leo J. Maloney


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      First electronic edition: October 2017

      ISBN-13: 978-1-61650-979-8

      ISBN-10: 1-61650-979-1

      First print edition: October 2017

      ISBN-13: 978-1-61650-980-4

      ISBN-10: 1-61650-980-5

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      This book is dedicated to my family

       and my dearest friends

      who are in my circle of 10.

      Chapter One

      Dan Morgan stood against the stone back wall of the Church of Our Lady Before Týn, a lit cigarette dangling between his fingers.

      He didn’t smoke—couldn’t stand the smell, really—but nothing gave him better cover to stand around in the street, out of the way of most people. So he let the reeking thing burn, pretending to puff every few seconds to avert suspicion, and shielding the ember from the wind. It was early October, and the sun was low in the sky even though it was 10: