By Marc Cameron
From coast to coast, our kingdom is witnessing a brand new wave of terror. Suicide bombers incite blind panic and paralyzing worry. A flight attendant attempts to crash an airliner. A police officer opens hearth on enthusiasts in a stadium. And at CIA headquarters, a Deputy Director is going on a murderous rampage. The perpetrators seem to be American--but they're covert brokers in an unlimited community of terror, chosen and proficient for one goal simply: the entire annihilation of America.
Special Agent Jericho Quinn has visible the symptoms. As a categorised "instrument" of the CIA reporting on to the President, Quinn is aware that those random acts of violence pose a transparent and current chance. yet Quinn will not be in a position to cease it. the hunt for terrorists has escalated into an all-out witch hunt. And one way or the other, Quinn's identify is at the checklist. . .
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The girl sniffed as if she’d been introduced to a lavatory attendant. ‘Tracey’s one of our rising stars,’ said Sophie. ’ ‘The football results, most likely,’ said the engineer as he lifted a cassette marked kwikslim from the bank of pigeon-holes which ran across one wall of the control room. With casual efficiency, he flipped it into the machine in front of him and pressed a switch. Another silly little tune played, followed by two housewives discussing the merits of a new miracle diet. ‘Okay, Harry,’ said Sophie.
A skinny girl who rejoiced in the name of Rosie Rollings began to murder ‘Memory’ in a thick Scouse accent. Rosie for remembrance, thought Harry, closing his eyes, remembering another Rosemary. The gorgeous Mrs Graham-Brown. The brief encounter in reception earlier that day had stayed in his mind; merely to recall it roused him, made him shiver with the need to see her again. He was a fool, he realised, to let his imagination roam. After all, he had scarcely spoken to her; moreover, she was unattainable, a married woman, about to leave Liverpool for Spain.
Even then, he could make a forecast of black ice on the M6 sound like a cause for self-congratulation. Since then he had kept in the public eye, persistent as a piece of grit. A ‘leisure industry entrepreneur’, he called himself, which meant in his time he’d run a nightclub and a ritzy restaurant on the Albert Dock, besides owning a recording studio and a half share in the Sergeant Pepper theme park out in Southport. Time and again envious journalists scoffed at Folley’s Follies; yet, like a termagant wife, he always managed to have the last word.
Act Of Terror (Jericho Quinn, Book 2) by Marc Cameron