Avoid. Negotiate. Kill. (Spectre Series, #2)

Avoid. Negotiate. Kill. (Spectre Series, #2)

by C.W. Lemoine

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Avoid. Negotiate. Kill. (Spectre Series, #2) by C.W. Lemoine

Book 2 in the military/political espionage thriller SPECTRE series finds Spectre with a new job - and a new set of problems. His latest mission will force him to confront political deception, international terrorism… and devastating personal loss.

When fighter pilot Cal "Spectre" Martin is recruited by an unacknowledged government organization named Project Archangel, he believes the demons of his past have finally been laid to rest.

But when a top-secret mission to secure chemical weapons in Syria goes horribly wrong, Spectre finds himself thrust back into civilian life. Within days of his forced retirement, an unknown agent attempts to assassinate Spectre and his friends. Although Spectre escapes the assassination attempt, one of his friends is killed, and Spectre's world is shattered by the loss.

Still hunted by the mysterious assassins and tormented with a need to exact vigilante justice, Spectre must decide whether to Avoid, Negotiate or Kill.

Includes a sneak preview of ARCHANGEL FALLEN – book three of the SPECTRE Series.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152159110
Publisher: C.W. Lemoine
Publication date: 05/23/2014
Series: Spectre Series , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 260,052
File size: 583 KB

About the Author

C.W. Lemoine is the author of SPECTRE RISING, AVOID. NEGOTIATE. KILL., ARCHANGEL FALLEN, and EXECUTIVE REACTION.  He graduated from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University in 2005 and Air Force Officer Training School in 2006. He is a military pilot that has flown the F-16 and F/A-18. He is also a certified Survival Krav Maga Instructor and sheriff’s deputy.

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Avoid. Negotiate. Kill. 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Suspense, intrigue, thrill after thrill.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Intriguing and hard to stop reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cal Martin made a daring jaunt to a foreign country for love and his country in C.W. Lemoine’s debut thriller Spectre Rising. In the end, he feels like he has lost both. In Avoid. Negotiate. Kill. Cal Martin is trying to get his life back together, but the dark cloud seems to follow him where ever he goes. He joins a Black Ops organization, but his employment ends when an operation goes bad. Cal comes home only to find people are trying to kill him, while they manage to kill his close friends, he feels it is due to him being the target and they are just collateral damage. Cal has hit rock bottom and has turned to his friend Gentlemen Jack Daniels, but Agent Decker is there to try to pull him from the darkness. Cal is finally pulled from his stupor when he finds out that a familiar foe is behind all the death and mayhem. Cal is now on a mission, to go up the chain, to see who ultimately is behind this dark cloud surrounding him. With the good and bad guys targeting him, Cal decides to go off the radar, with his loyal dog Zeus. If you enjoyed CW’s Spectre Rising, you will definitely enjoy Avoid. Negotiate. Kill. CW’s development of the characters and plot will keep you turning the pages to the very end. While I read along, I tried to anticipate, what CW would do next with the storyline. Towards the end, I thought I could see what was coming, when the story didn’t turn the way I thought it would, I thought CW had missed a good opportunity. A few pages later, I was totally caught off guard by the twist CW had come up with. CW’s twist & turns in his story telling are up there with the best. Give Avoid. Negotiate. Kill. A chance and you will not be disappointed.