Modeen: Black Ops

Book 3 in the high-action thriller series.
Something’s not right about Jo Modeen’s latest mission, but how can she question orders from Ben Logan, a man she would trust with her life? Should she follow her orders, or her instincts?
To unravel the web of secrets, Modeen's team must stay under the radar as they travel from country Victoria to Australia’s capital and across to Kabul in Afghanistan.. More

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About Frank H Jordan

Author, information technology professional and ex-weekend warrior (Army reservist) with the Australian Defence Force, Frank H Jordan was born in Western Australia and now lives in Queensland with his author wife, Alicia Hope. Frank's long-time interest in all things military is reflected in his high-action MODEEN series of six books - with more to come.

Book one introduces decorated soldier Josephine Dakota Modeen. The first woman to be accepted into Australia’s elite Special Forces, Modeen is recruited after the Army by her old CO, now team leader with a national security agency. The next five books sees Modeen on mission - rescuing hostages, battling terrorists, joining forces with her old SAS squad members on a complex assignment, embarking on a perilous campaign of retribution after going rogue, and involved in an international case that could alter the course of modern warfare. And through it all she maintains her mantra - go hard or go home.

America has Jack Reacher and the UK, James Bond. Australia has Jo Modeen.

For more details go to http://www.frankhjordanauthor.blogspot.com.au

About the Series: Jo Modeen
Jo Modeen: Beautiful. Noble. Deadly.

With a salute to Lee Child's tough-as-nails Jack Reacher and Ian Fleming’s charming but ruthless James Bond, the first book in this high-action series introduces Josephine Dakota Modeen MG. The next five books prove why she's the kick-ass heroine we’d all like to have on our side.

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