Killshot Madonna by M.T. Voxx
Bridging literary & genre defined boundaries, this fast-paced, no-page-wasted look into covert operations & the lustfull human experience may not be the right cup for every reader: racked with sex, action, crude humor, & quick wit, all the while writ with a smart aptness that few authors can execute in a 25k word novella. A day in the life of Jason Rackham is a far cry from any conventional American. He's got what it takes to get the job done: the drollness, aptitude, the suaveness to pull it all off, & most importantly, the afflicted psychological block of not caring who he hurts in the process. Dirty stock exchanges from Wall Street have the Bureau sending Rackham & his partner Al into the heart of the UAE to take down a money laundering CEO hell bent on illegally selling his government bonded shares to a foreign enterprise. However, nothing ever ends up simple for Rackham, & at the end of the day, the problem grows deeper, revealing an even filthier secret that has been all but buried & forgotten.