A freelance intelligence agent with a deadly gift goes after a gang of terrorists in New York Times–bestselling author Gerald A. Browne's stylish, action-packed thriller The train slips across the horizon, its serial numbers painted over, its cars empty save for the soldiers who guard the cargo. Its mission is classified, but there are four men waiting in the night, keeping a close eye on the mysterious train. They know it carries something far more dangerous than a nuclear bomb, and they will do anything to get their hands on it. Unlocking the train's secrets requires a daring crime, and victory seems within their reach. But they did not count on Hazard. A hard-drinking gambler with a taste for beautiful women and no love for authority, freelance intelligent operative Hazard is an unlikely hero. But when a corpse washes up in the Hudson River, he vows revenge. The victim was an idealist whose sense of honor got him killed, and Hazard will destroy the men responsible—even if he has to save the world along the way.