By Mark Greaney
Bourne for the hot millennium." -James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author.
Ex-CIA murderer court docket Gentry inspiration he may possibly locate safe haven dwelling within the Amazon rain wooded area. yet his bloody earlier unearths him whilst a vengeful Russian crime lord forces him to move at the run once more. courtroom makes his option to one of many basically males on the planet he can trust-and arrives too past due. His good friend is useless and buried.
Years ahead of, Eddie Gamboa had kept Court's lifestyles. Now, Eddie has been murdered via the infamous Mexican drug cartel he fought to take down. And court docket quickly reveals himself drawn right into a struggle he by no means sought after. yet during this conflict, there are not any aspects- simply survivors...
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Ballistic (Court Gentry, Book 3) by Mark Greaney