Rogue CIA agent Angel Stone sets off a ‘dirty bomb’ in Honolulu, Hawaii, killing thousands and creating widespread panic. She threatens to do the same to several other American cities, including Washington DC, unless she and her shadowy group of terrorists are paid one billion dollars. The FBI launches a massive worldwide manhunt to find the elusive, ruthless criminals. Leading the search is FBI Assistant Director Erin Welch. She hires ex-Special Forces operative J.T. Ryan to help hunt down the terrorists. As the clock winds down to disaster, Ryan sets off in a frantic, heart-pounding chase that takes him across the U.S. and Europe. Can he and Erin foil the deadly plot and avert catastrophe in time?
THE WASHINGTON ULTIMATUM is available from Amazon.
“A sexy, action-packed thriller.”
“One of the year’s best. A real page-turner.”
“If you like thrillers and mysteries, you’ll love this novel. It has non-stop action, plenty of suspense, humorous dialogue, sexy characters, and a solid plot. The story keeps you guessing until the very end.”
Lee Gimenez is the author of eight novels and over fifty short stories. Several of his books became bestsellers, including BLACKSNOW ZERO, and THE NANOTECH MURDERS. His latest mystery thriller, THE WASHINGTON ULTIMATUM, was published by River Ridge Press in July 2013.
His books are available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, the Apple Store, Books-A-Million, Books In Motion, Mobipocket, Amazon UK (England), Junglee (India), Amazon CA (Canada), Booku (Australia), Amazon JP (Japan), IBS (Italy), Amazon CH (China), and many other retailers.
For more information about him, please visit his website at: www.LeeGimenez.com. You can also join him on Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, LinkedIn and Goodreads. Lee lives in the Atlanta, Georgia area.
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