Monday, 8 November 2010

Coming in mid 2011 from Fidelis

I know we have had a LOT of pretty girlie covers lately so here are a couple to get your teeth into! If you are like me and love military action and intrigue look no further than Fidelis Books and two of their 2011 releases.

Needless to say I am highly anticipating both these stories, especially Bob's as I'm keen to see what Matt Hogan has been up to ;-)

Targets Down by Bob Hamer

Targets Down is written by retired FBI agent Bob Hamer whose recent novel, Enemies Among Us, was hailed by Publishers Weekly as “a page-turning roller coaster that feels like Jack Bauer’s 24 without sailing over the top.”

When an FBI wife is critically wounded and two people are found dead on a mountain pass, special agent Matt Hogan is tasked with identifying those responsible. The undercover assignment takes him into the shadow world of Russian organized crime, neo-Nazis, and the sex-slave industry. Matt’s cover is almost blown twice—once by accident, once by incompetence within the FBI ranks—making violence appear to be his only solution. As he confronts evil, Hogan relies not only on the strength of his wife’s faith but his own quest to find God. He also finds terror and terrorism on this heart-pounding journey.

June, 2011

Kiloton Threat by LTG (Ret.) William G. Boykin and Tom Morrisey

Taken from what could be tomorrow’s headlines, Kiloton Threat is a novel that explores the frightening potential of nuclear weapons in the Middle East today. Out of the house churches of rural Iran, a Christian masquerading as a Muslim gains the confidence of a high-ranking leader in the Iranian nuclear program and opens his eyes to Christianity. The man’s newfound faith stirs his desire to flee to the West, taking with him intelligence that would allow Coalition forces to neutralize his nation’s devastating capabilities. But no one in such a position could ever escape unnoticed.

Enter Blake Kershaw, a highly trained U.S. Special Forces officer who has already made extraordinary sacrifices for his country that include faking death and losing his true identity. His mission to infiltrate Iran and extract the high-value defector strains the relationship with the woman he loves—one of the few people on earth who knows his real story. With even more intensity, it shows the price that must sometimes be paid when political correctness fails and a man has to stand up for what is right.

July, 2011


Deborah said...

no faces!!!!!! Targets Down sounds really good.

Mark said...

they both sound awesome! I loved Enemies Among us enough that I posted a review, even though I had bought the book :-)

Julia M. Reffner said...

Enemies Among Us isn't my typical read of choice, but couldn't put it down. Can't wait for Hamer's next release.

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