By Jeff Abbott
Luke Dantry unearths the undesirable men. . .before they're undesirable men. He works for a Washington, D.C. imagine tank as a minor educational who reviews the net venting of would-be extremists, attempting to establish those that will circulate from threatening phrases to lethal motion. Anonymously typing from his laptop as he displays a free selection of enraged loners, Luke thinks his id is safe--but he's wrong.
Suddenly abducted and left for lifeless in an remoted cabin, Luke quickly realizes that the folks he's been gazing and learning are extra geared up and unsafe than he ever imagined. and so they aren't the single ones who've stored a watch on him. Now along with his former targets-and the federal government--tracking each movement he makes, Luke needs to decipher a murderous internet of connections that reaches into his personal damaged previous. in simple terms Luke can cease a looming possibility which can kill numerous people--including himself.
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Very pleased with herself. Roy arose wearily, his legs wobbling as he made the round trip to the bathroom. He dropped back down on the bed in a heap, a little worried about himself for the first time. What could be the cause of this, anyway, this strange overpowering fatigue? Not Moira, surely; he was used to her. Not the fact that he had eaten very little during the past three days. He often had spells when he didn't feel hungry, and this had been one of them. Whatever he ate bounced back, in a brownishcolored liquid.