Book: Darkness and Blood by Steve Habermancategories: Book, Spy Fiction, Espionage Thriller, Suspense Thrillers, International Mystery, Spy Thriller
Steve Habermanabout this book: Once again I came up with the concept for an e-book cover, though I had a cover designer do the actual layout. On the cover of Darkness and Blood, a modern-day thriller, there is the British flag; underneath it, the American flag; and beneath that, a pool of blood. In other words, some very bad stuff has happened that involves two world powers. What that bad stuff is, Pablo de Silva, the protagonist will find out.
Pablo de Silva makes his debut in The Killing Ploy. In that thriller, as a CIA agent, he is charged with tracking down an elusive American-turned terrorist. But the best laid plans go astray, and Pablo finds himself fleeing for his life.
Time passes. In Darkness and Blood, he's escaped back to his bolt hole in the south of France and is living a contented life, off the grid, with a French knockout. Until he is woken one early morning when his former CIA boss barges into his ramshackle hideaway with terrible news. A mutual friend, who worked for MI5, Britain's domestic intelligence agency, has died in London under odd circumstances. Pablo's former CIA superior pleads with him to help look into their friend's strange passing. And so begins their journey into the unknown where they will tangle with American and British officialdom and learn loyalty has a price.
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