Book: Trilogy by John Lockcategories: Book, Action, Adventure, Thriller, Suspense, Mystery, War, Spies, Security, Espionage
John Lockabout this book: The first three novels in the acclaimed Kane Rhodes/Brian Jones action/thriller series all under one cover.
Kane Rhodes and Brian Jones are both ex SAS servicemen now working as field agents for the British security services MI6.
Presidential Trail was the first novel in the series and when Kane Rhodes uncovered a potential assassination attempt on a Presidential candidate, Rhodes and Jones are quickly drafted in by the CIA to help track down the assassin. What they discover, however, is a far more sinister plot to kill potentially tens of thousands of people - if not considerably more!
The Shir Khan Prophecy is a stand-alone story but does follow on in time and has the intrepid duo trying to infiltrate a notorious cult in Afghanistan who, for the past few years, have been 'grooming' prominent figures, throughout the Western world, to become unlikely terrorists. Infiltrating the cult was comparatively easy, but the sinister plot they uncovered could potentially start World War III - but who was involved? What had they been programmed to do? How could it be stopped if they did not know what was involved?
Treacherous Assignment is the third book in the series and like its predecessor, follows on in time. Rhodes and Jones are sent to track down a missile guidance system capable of increasing the flight distance of a nuclear warhead which would bring the USA within range of North Korea. Their assignment takes them from China to North Korea and several close calls make them realise that someone is passing information as to their whereabouts to their pursuers with the only possible leak being from MI6
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