The Peacock Angel
By David Chacko
Published by Foremost Press
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Published: Oct. 26, 2009
Words: 100,721 (approximate)
Jason Ender, the acknowledged master of the espionage game, leads a team of dedicated people in a desperate hunt for a mysterious, ancient religious icon. With the future of the Middle East at stake, Ender soon discovers that despite his vast talents and skills, he may be fated for death by powerful forces determined to take and use the icon for their own purposes. From the streets of Zurich to th
When Jason Ender, contract agent for the State Department, is told to bring in the mistress of an international outlaw, he doesn't know his assignment is the beginning of an unstoppable adventure that will cross borders and continents throughout continental Europe and Eastern Turkey.
Ender will find himself transformed from a master of the espionage game into a man whose only course is violent action against the shadowy forces aligned against him.
The circle will not close until the Peacock Angel dangles from a cliff in the Tigris Valley and the last man who claims it follows the Angel down.
, middle east
, david chacko
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