The Peacemaker

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A secret plot to start a war. Two old enemies who must work together to foil it.

Under any other circumstances, hired assassin Cassandra Wu would be trying to kill her partner. But that’ll have to wait. Right now, they need to stop a war. 

After escaping US custody in a deadly battle that leaves three FBI agents dead and another wounded, Wu is kidnapped by The Peacemakers, a Deep State organization dedicated to achieving peace on Earth. Unfortunately, to bring that about they must initiate WWIII and Wu must assassinate an impossible target: the Russian president. 

Former British SAS sniper turned freelance assassin Nero is in hiding for crimes committed in the US when former lover and FBI operative Ellie Millard pays him a visit and blows his cover. She forces him to choose: work for us and stop Wu, or go to prison. 

The last time Nero saw his arch enemy Wu, she almost succeeded in killing him. As Nero moves behind enemy lines in Siberia to track the elusive Wu, he uncovers a secret web of deep state operatives about to pull the strings on a deadly plot. To stop them, Nero realizes the only other person he can trust is the one he’s been sent to destroy: Cassandra Wu. 

Will Nero and Wu be able to put aside their differences and combine forces to stop The Peacemakers? Or will the temptation to kill each other prove too great? If you like the thrills of Jack Reacher or the intense action of John Wick, then you’ll burn through The Peacemaker

Buy The Peacemaker today and hang on. It’s a rough ride!

1 review for The Peacemaker

  1. Laura

    I received this book for free. I am voluntarily posting this review and any opinions expressed herein are my own.

    This is an action-packed story from beginning to end with so many curve balls thrown at you, you’re unsure who to trust or who to really root for or what conspiracy theory to believe. Lots of fun and intrigue.

    The narrator, Tom Lennon, overall did a good job. His downfall is his attempt at accents. For example, I did not know, from his narration, that Nero, the MC, was British until it was revealed in the description late in the story.

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