Retired CIA assassin Kirk McGarvey faces the most formidable adversary of his long and storied career in End Game, the action-packed thriller from New York Times bestselling author David Hagberg
The CIA’s headquarters should be the safest place on Earth, but a highly professional, violently psychopathic assassin is on the loose. A series of murders extends as far as a prison outside of Athens, Greece.
These gruesome crimes are not performed at random; a code carved into four copper panels of the legendary statue in a courtyard at CIA headquarters predicts the manner of the killings and their terrible necessity. Before the first Iraq war, something horrifying was buried in the foothills above the oil city of Kirkuk. It will not remain hidden forever.
Only Pete Boylan, retired CIA assassin Kirk McGarvey, and the CIA’s odd-duck genius, Otto Rencke, can uncover the truth in the four copper panels and find the terrifying device interred in Iraq. This devastating truth could well ignite the entire Middle East into an unstoppable, apocalyptic war. This may be the most dangerous assignment of McGarvey’s long and storied career yet.
This edition of the book is the deluxe, tall rack mass market paperback.
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“Hagberg edges out Tom Clancy for commander of our uniquely American, military based thrillers and espionage novels.” —James Grady, New York Times bestselling author
“A fast-paced murder mystery as well as a spy story.” —Larry Bond, New York Times bestselling author
“If you want yesterday’s headlines, read The New York Times. If you want tomorrow’s read David Hagberg.” —Ward Larsen, USA Today bestselling author
“David Hagberg consistently delivers thrillers that truly thrill, with an uncanny ability to anticipate future headlines. Skill, experience, knowledge and a dedication to quality long have been hallmarks of Hagberg's novels.” —Ralph Peters, New York Times bestselling author
“The action is constant, and there are some head-turning surprises along the way. . . . This series continues to feel fresh and exciting.” —Booklist
“Gripping . . . Each twist in the tale opens up new possibilities.” —Publishers Weekly