Hidden Order

HIDDEN ORDER                                   BRAD THOR
Posted: Aug. 3, 2013


Hidden Order (Scot Harvath, #12)High-profile kidnap victims in Washington, D.C. start turning up dead. When the ransom demand is made public, panic turns to terror. Scot Harvath standalone from series. Settings travel to Somalia, Boston, South America with history from the Federal Reserve and Colonial America. The problems reflect present USA - Evil prevails when good men do nothing.



HUBBY'S REVIEW:

I had been waiting for this book to come out for a long time. I was not disappointed. This was a fantastic book with action,history and even a little bit of a love story. Not to much. Just enough to make to the story work. This story has a lot of things going on and I don't want to give away the story. But I don't think anyone who has read any of his other books will be disappointed in this book. A very good read.

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