A Red Dotted Line by Simon Gervais
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
IMSI is a counterterrorism unit privately sponsored and only answerable to the President, as you would expect it is staffed by ex-government or military hired for their expertise, to protect American financial interests overseas. An event at Grand Central Station in New York brings the team into action and they start to chase terrorists around the world. The Sheik is the terrorist mastermind who could be responsible. Known to the team, their aim is to take him down having escaped justice last time. The task is complicated by the intelligence that the old Russian biological warfare department from the cold war has resurfaced. The plot is following on from a previous novel but stands well on its own, a quick pace and thrilling action makes it a very easy read. Simon Gervais is a new author to me and I am very impressed with his style and know I will reading his work again.
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