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The Auctioneer

D. J. Williams


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"An exciting, well-executed thriller . . . the danger is palpable . . . a highly recommended read that will make readers hope for a sequel." Kirkus Reviews

Chase Hardeman, a former special ops veteran, is left questioning whether his past covert missions in the Middle East are the cause of the chaos that's erupted in his life. Dreams of leaving a clandestine war behind and becoming a legend like his father in the auction arena teeter on the brink once he implements a contingency plan amidst an FBI investigation. Captivated by an old flame, Chase navigates the dark corridors of the collector car world in search of a myth. He believes finding this hidden treasure will reveal answers to a ghost buried in the desert of Mosul known to US intelligence as the Prodigal. On this perilous quest, Chase is drawn closer to a deadly threat as he leverages the criminal underworld to prevent a global terrorist attack. With the clock ticking, Chase is forced to relive the past in an imminent showdown and discovers the truth is not as it seems.

Readers of Robert Ludlum's Jason Bourne, Ian Fleming's James Bond, Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan, Lee Child's Jack Reacher, Vince Flynn's Mitch Rapp, Ted Bell's Alex Hawke, Brad Thor's Scot Harvath, and Daniel Silva's Gabriel Allon, will love D.J. Williams' Chase Hardeman

What readers are saying...

"Sensational, electrifying, spectacular read "

"Action, intrigue, and mystery, grips a person from the first page."

"Unforgettable characters that leave you wanting more and more with each page."

"Stunning emotionally packed read will leave you breathless."

Readers have also compared his stories to bestselling authors such as James Patterson, David Baldacci, Brad Thor, John Grisham, Brad Taylor, Michael Connelly, Alex Michaelides, Greg Iles, Harlan Coben, Nelson DeMille, Donna Leon, Louis Penny, and Stuart Woods.

Forgotten Stories, LLC, 9780578427775, 462pp.

Publication Date: January 25, 2019