Praise is all very well, but recognition?
That’s another thing.
Mitch Rapp’s cover has been blown. Publicly thanked by the President of the United States as the single most important person in the war against the terror, the CIA superagent has become the target of every terrorist from Jakarta to London, who now know who he is and what he looks like.
A greater threat still lurks: an unknown assassin working with the most dangerous powers in the Middle East to set the region, and the world alight. Only Rapp can stop them.
But how can an undercover agent work when his cover’s been blown?