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An American agent dies whilst on an undercover mission in Rome but before he does he gives away the location of the headquarters of British Security’s ‘Elimination Section’ thus setting in motion a runaway train of violent events steered by The Eliminator himself, the professional assassin Jonas Wilde. Acting alone and without official sanction, Wilde infiltrates a strangeAn American agent dies whilst on an undercover mission in Rome but before he does he gives away the location of the headquarters of British Security’s ‘Elimination Section’ thus setting in motion a runaway train of violent events steered by The Eliminator himself, the professional assassin Jonas Wilde. Acting alone and without official sanction, Wilde infiltrates a strange multi-national paramilitary gang with Mafia connections, seemingly masterminded by the enigmatic and utterly ruthless Glorious Torrio. Yet the gang’s plans spread far beyond Italy and far beyond conventional criminal activity. As an outrageous conspiracy to destabilise the USA takes shape it seems nothing can stop the awesome Miss Torrio. But there is a chink in her armour: she’s never met Jonas Wilde before. ...

Title : The Predator
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ISBN : 9780099152200
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 192 Pages
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The Predator Reviews

  • Rob
    2019-04-15 09:57

    Though I normally like to read a series in order, these days it's difficult to find them available. This is the third in the series, but my first. I truly enjoyed it. It reminded me of the spy craze of the 60's and the 'realism' that many of the books had that the movies and television didn't. The character of Jonas Wilde is a complicated man who doubts his position as an assassin for the British Government. The plot is fairly simple, that of the (spoiler) spy who 'quits' and goes the revenge mission alone. Only to find he's been played by his organization and was on assignment all along.I know the first book of the series is available as an ebook and I want to read it, but I wanted to read a couple (I try to find them through local libraries) before I invest a dwindling budget in a series I'd never finish.