Experience a heart-pumping and thrilling tale of suspense! Originally published in THRILLER (2006),edited by #1 New York Times bestselling author James Patterson. In this tense Thriller Short, #1 New York Times bestselling writer Brad Thor sends his hero Scot Harvath to Greece on the trail of the terror group known as 17 November. A US ambassador to Greece, Michael Avery finds himself at the mercy of 17 November, who are forcing him to pay a huge ransom for a device so powerful that it could bring down the world's airline industry. After seeing the threat firsthand, Avery pays the ransom, only to be double crossed. Enter Navy SEAL Scot Harvath, brought in to retrieve the device and neutralize the head of the terrorist organization. What Harvath doesn't count on, though, is another assassin and a conspiracy that threatens to turn his mission on its head. But then, things seldom turn out the way he expects. Don't miss any of these exciting Thriller Shorts: James Penney's New Identity by Lee ChildOperation Northwoods by James GrippandoEpitaph by J. A. KonrathThe Face in the Window by Heather GrahamKowalski's in Love by James RollinsThe Hunt for Dmitri by Gayle LyndsDisfigured by Michael Palmer and Daniel PalmerThe Abelard Sanction by David MorrellFalling by Chris MooneySuccess of a Mission by Dennis LyndsThe Portal by John Lescroart and M. J. RoseThe Double Dealer by David LissDirty Weather by Gregg HurwitzSpirit Walker by David DunAt the Drop of a Hat by Denise HamiltonThe Other Side of the Mirror by Eric Van LustbaderMan Catch by Christopher RiceGoodnight, Sweet Mother by Alex KavaSacrificial Lion by Grant BlackwoodInterlude at Duane's by F. Paul WilsonThe Powder Monkey by Ted BellSurviving Toronto by M. Diane VogtAssassins by Christopher ReichThe Athens Solution by Brad ThorDiplomatic Constraints by Raelynn HillhouseKill Zone by Robert LiparuloThe Devils' Due by Steve BerryThe Tuesday Club by Katherine NevilleGone Fishing by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
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by Brad Thor
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