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Mark Oneby John Hindmarsh
Nine men, ex-military, are on a mission to destroy a genetics laboratory and capture a genetically engineered specimen. They are supported by four rogue CIA agents, who have commandeered a test drone and a missile at a Marine base. The team attacks the genetics laboratory complex before dawn, during a raging blizzard. Within hours, seven of the men are dead, one is severely wounded and one barely escapes. The drone with its missile has been destroyed. The next morning the four rogue agents are found dead from carbon monoxide poisoning.
Mark Midway does not know his real parents, nor where and when he was born. Two scientists adopted him when he was a young child and his home since has been a genetic research laboratory.
After the attack, Mark flees the laboratory complex, seeking safety and somewhere he can call home. The FBI is on his case and a mysterious organization offers him its assistance. However, he is at risk. There are unknown killers chasing him and he needs to protect himself and his friends. He needs to survive.
A fast-moving, finely plotted thriller that will keep you reading.
- Rexon Press Inc
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- 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.67(d)
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Fast paced kept my interest
I'm not sure if parts were missing or I just missed them it was an interesting story and I know there are more to this series but it really wasn't that captivating I'll give it a couple of days and if I'm still thinking of mark midway then I'll go for #2 plus the author is trying to write American style but is using English style writing for example "in hospital " as opposed to "in the hospital "
This thriller has all the ingredients: an imaginative story, interesting characters, great writing, and a flow of suspense that never lets up. The people are developed in depth to actively involve the reader. While there are no big surprises, the process of deduction is fascinating as the many bad guys are identified. The local issues in this book are solved, but there is no doubt that more is yet to come. Mark Midway is a semi-written page, and much more needs to be determined as new stories are published. Hindmarsh knows how to tell a story.
Loved this book. John Hindmarsh is an exceptional storyteller. This is one of the best thrillers I've come across in a really long time, I can't wait to read more.