Your enemies are closer than you think.
A John Boyd international military thriller
“Mr. President, we have plenty of information to indict Gilberto Rodriguez. Besides the murders, kidnappings, and terror plot against the US, the drug trafficking charges alone will put him away for life. Though he won’t tell us anything about his involvement in 9/11. Nothing.”
A terrorist captured:
Robert Davis has rescued his lover Ana and his future sister-in-law Diana, and delivered FARC leader Gilberto Rodriguez to the the FBI. Only a select few in the United States and Colombian governments know of the capture, and fewer still are aware that Rodriguez is being transported to Guantanamo Bay.
He never arrives.
A deadly enemy:
After Rodriguez and those transporting him are killed, the US President asks Robert Davis and his team to uncover the leak. It's not good timing. Robert and Ana are planning their wedding, and Robert is determined to help his future sister-in-law regain her memory after eleven years in captivity. But he agrees to find the betrayer, a highly placed and deadly one, before more people are killed. In doing so, he must risk his life and the lives of his team members.
Another John Boyd military thriller:
No one writes more accurate, page-turners than John Boyd, and few have enough inside knowledge about what's really going on in government and behind closed doors. Boyd does, and Boyd delivers. Don't miss this second in the Robert Davis series.