Ghost Order (A Frank Bowen Conspiracy Thriller) Paperback – January 23, 2019
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While I did purchase a copy of this book, I was provided with a copy of the audiobook by the author and I am voluntarily offering this honest and unbiased review.
As a former international intelligence agent, Frank Bowen knows that life isn't any good for a man with a family. He stepped away only to be pulled back in for "one more mission". Frank discovers a few unsavory things as he transports his "charge" from one place to another. With all the things that happen along the way, Frank wonders if his skill set will be enough to bring him home to his family?
I really enjoyed how the different aspects of this story come together. The journey from beginning to end was an emotional roller coaster wondering who was going to do what to who, next.
Disclaimer: I was provided an advance reader's copy of this book which I voluntarily read and the above review is my honest take on what I read.
Frank Bowman, a former field agent, is currently doing mind numbing security work at a machinery warehouse. He misses the field work, but misses his wife and children more. It has been a year since his wife and oldest child were kidnapped as a result of his work. He rescued them, but in the long run, the emotional toll it took on his wife was too great. She wanted to separate, just temporarily. No more field work for Frank, not if the cost was his marriage and family.
But the bills are tough to make on security work alone. The cost of his small place on top of the house for the family doesn’t help. Now to have the company pass on renewing his contract. Where will the cash come from now.
Frank does have offers for field work again. One quite lucrative job that could take care of the problems for quite a bit. Will his wife agree? Does he have a choice? Then Frank is approached by his past employer. Should Frank report back to him on this mission for twice the payout, be a double agent?
Come along with Frank for this one last job, simple, move an asset from point A to point B. What could go wrong? Find out for yourself when you get Ghost Order and see if Frank makes it out of his double jeopardy alive.
I was gifted a copy of this novel and am voluntarily leaving a review.