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The best way to destroy an enemy is to make him a friend…
Former KGB assassin Max Austin is on the run, fighting to keep his family alive while pursuing his parents’ killers. As he battles foes both visible and concealed, he uncovers a conspiracy with roots in the darkest cellars of Soviet history.
Determined to survive, Max hatches a plan to even the odds by partnering with his mortal enemy. Even as his adversary becomes his confidant, Max is left wondering who he can trust, if anyone…
If you like dynamic, high-voltage, page-turning thrills, you’ll love the second installment of The Russian Assassin series starring Jack Arbor’s desperate hero, ex-KGB assassin-for-hire, Max Austin.
It’s better to be the hunter than the hunted.
A horrific bombing rocks the quaint streets of London’s West Brompton neighborhood and Max Austin finds himself the target of an international manhunt the likes of which the world hasn’t seen since the hunt for Osama bin Laden. The former KGB assassin must put his fight against the consortium on hold while he seeks redemption.
As Max chases the bomber from the gritty streets of London through the lush Spanish countryside and into the treacherous mountains of Chechnya, he’s plunged into a high stakes game of chess with a wily MI6 agent determined to catch him at all costs.
Can Max find the terrorist and clear his name before it’s too late?
The Attack is the third installment in The Russian Assassin adventure thriller series that pits Max Austin against his archenemy, the shadowy consortium of international criminals who will stop at nothing to kill Max and his family. If you like heart-pounding, page-turning thrills, grab this adventure starring Jack Arbor’s grim hero, the ex-KGB assassin-for-hire, Max Austin.