A Jack McClure Novel
By Eric Van Lustbader
(Forge, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780765369482, 464pp.)
Publication Date: August 27, 2013
List Price: $9.99*
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New from Eric Van Lustbader, the author of "The Bourne Legacy" and "The Bourne Betrayal," comes "Father Night," the thrilling fourth installment in the "New York Times" bestselling Jack McClure series.
A tidal wave of reform is sweeping across the Middle East. Many lurk in the shadows, eager to seize power--giants of a vast criminal underworld, fueled by revenge and vengeance. Their wars know no end. Their power knows no bounds.
At the center of it all are two men who are inches away from holding the world in their hands: one is known as Dyadya Gourdjiev and the other is known only as the Syrian.
Department of Defense special agent Jack McClure has followed this trail of shadows and lies right into the arms of Gourdjiev's alluring, powerful granddaughter, Annika Dementiev. The lovers are in Moscow when news of Dyadya's failing health draws a slew of vultures--circling, anxious to seize the empire of secrets he spent a lifetime building. Jack and Annika find themselves locked in battle to ensure his safety but when it comes to Dyadya, nothing is as it seems.
Alli Carson, the child of a dead US president, has become Jack's surrogate daughter. While Jack is in Russia, Alli is targeted by a cyber-stalker who knows more about her than anyone should. With no one to trust but her friend, Vera Bard, Alli is determined to discover the truth, but her path forces her to come face-to-face with the nightmarish terror of her past.
As these two stories play out, Secretary of Defense Dennis Paull, with the help of detectives Nona Hendryx and Alan Frain, follows a trail of lies, corruption, and secret pacts that begins with Washington D.C.'s Head of Detectives.
All paths collide at the feet of one man, an old legend adapting to an ever-changing landscape a man history might have forsaken, but whose heinous evil is still very much alive: Father Night.
“Lustbader is an automatic buy-today-read-tonight author for me--and should be for you.”
—Lee Child, New York Times bestselling author of the Jack Reacher novels
“Like Robert Ludlum, Lustbader is at his best when he is creating a twisted web of intrigue, violence, and double crross...a master storyteller.”
“One of the great thriller authors.”
—Joseph Finder, New York Times bestselling author of Buried Secrets
“A master who knows how to manipulate the reader in fiendishly exciting ways.”
—Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The Jefferson Key