Act Of Treason (Mitch Rapp, #7)
The fallout from a horrific Washington explosion has just begun -- and so has CIA superagent Mitch Rapp's hunt for a killer with a personal agenda. In the final weeks of a fierce presidential campaign, a motorcade carrying candidate Josh Alexander is shattered by a car bomb. Soon after the... show more
The fallout from a horrific Washington explosion has just begun -- and so has CIA superagent Mitch Rapp's hunt for a killer with a personal agenda. In the final weeks of a fierce presidential campaign, a motorcade carrying candidate Josh Alexander is shattered by a car bomb. Soon after the attack, Alexander is carried to victory by a sympathy vote, but his assailants have not been found. When CIA director Irene Kennedy and Special Agent Skip McMahon receive damaging intelligence on Washington's most powerful players, they call o n Mitch Rapp -- the one man reckless enough to unravel a global network of contract killers on an explosive mission that leads back to the heart of our nation's capital...and the inner sanctum of the Oval Office.
Publish date: September 16th 2008
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
, Spy Thriller
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Mitch Rapp (#9)
Mark Ross is an asshole. He could be friendly and charming but he is also arrogant and only like power. Mark Ross has no integrity, a quality that holds a person in a standard that is acceptable to modern society. His value is closer to a sociopath who would harm and kill as long as it helps to g...
This was a good Flynn book, but not a great one. At this point, even a good Flynn book to me is light years above other authors. This one seemed to focus a little less on Mitch Rapp and a little more on general political intrigue occurring in and around D.C. I still found it enjoyable to read, but n...
At first I was doubtful that this was going well. Flynn wrote extensive back story in this book. He could've left half of the book out without taking away any of the actual story. It seemed to me that he also spent a lot of time trying to explain how politics, field tactics, and the three letter age...