In this prequel novella from Ward Larsen, Assassin's Dawn, we go where it all began . . . the origin of the perfect assassin!
Recruited out of university, Slaton has excelled in training, and is proving highly effective in the operational world. The motivation behind his success is clear to those who know the truth: three years earlier, the two people he held dearest fell victim to a terror attack. The killer responsible, Ramzi Tayeb, has proved maddeningly elusive.
Then a chance: a Mossad operation in Central Europe aims to steal information from Ramzi’s brother, a terrorist financier who could lead to the shadowed extremist. Slaton takes the lead, but a mission to hack the man’s laptop goes horribly wrong, and soon the police are investigating a murder.
Slaton is withdrawing his team to safety when new information arises. Ramzi himself may soon appear—a rare moment of vulnerability. And so a new mission is born, one that is run not by Mossad, but by the most lethal operative it has ever created—an assassin destined to become a legend.
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In The News
“A stunning thriller . . . the best nail-biting suspense novel I’ve read in years.” --Stephen Coonts, New York Times bestselling author, on Assassin’s Game
“Highly reminiscent of Robert Ludlum’s Jason Bourne series.” --David Hagberg, New York Times bestselling author
“A first-rate thriller with a plot that grabs you hard and won’t let go.” --Ralph Peters, New York Times bestselling author, on Assassin’s Game
“Slaton is the perfect assassin, and this is the perfect action-adventure thriller.” --Booklist, starred review, on Assassin’s Silence