When a group of American college students is massacred in a bombing on the streets of Rome, and all signs point to someone Harvath knows well, he’s sent to rural Spain to find out just who’s behind the violence.
“Foreign Influence,” Brad Thor’s latest spy thriller, takes the reader on a wild, fast-paced ride through Basque country, rural France, London, Amsterdam and, finally, to Chicago in order to stop a terrorist cell from more bombings.
Harvath seems to have endless resources on his side, including a vast network of fellow spies from other countries, including a deadly group of women called the Athena Team.
“They were considered just as lethal as their male counterparts and often posed as wives in husband/wife teams with male Delta operators, especially in countries or situations where sending in two or more men would raise too much suspicion.”
Of course, Harvath and his band of merry men and women stop the bad guys, but a lot of violent action goes down in the pages of this book.
I think it’s time to read something that doesn’t keep me awake at night wondering if we’re ever going to feel safe from our enemies again.
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