Redux

My thoughts: I give it ❣. I would have given it less if I could. No thanks. I followed up with this book after reading the first novel in the series. I really don’t know what to say about it other than the plot was interesting but I found myself bored throughout most of the story. There was too much technical information about weapons (which could have been eliminated) and not enough relationship building. PLUS…IT ENDED IN A CLIFFHANGER! I hate that. I’m quitting this series and I don’t recommend it.

Author’s Blurb:
Two years after shocking Washington D.C. with a brutal betrayal,General Terrence Sanderson waits in the shadows for the right moment to demonstrate the grim necessity of his resurrected Black Flag program. His opportunity may arrive sooner than expected.

At the CIA, Karl Berg makes a disturbing discovery. Russian Federation intelligence services are quietly scouring Europe to find Anatoly Reznikov, a rogue Russian scientist at the top of every nation’s WMD watch list.

Obsessed with reviving a bio-weapons program long banned by the Russian government , Reznikov has found partners willing to fund the project–with unimaginable consequences.

Berg goes “off the books,” sending one of Sanderson’s Black Flag teams to track down Reznikov. Led by Daniel Petrovich, the team races to stay one step ahead of a twisted conspiracy aimed at crippling the West.

In the end, nothing is what it seems in this gritty world of covert operatives and back room Washington agendas.

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