This is the best review (meaning the one with the best understanding of the book) that I’ve ever read. It’s Fantastic
“His face twisted slightly with irritation. The courier should have been dead – records destroyed, history altered, the past ended. It should have been easy. Just as easy as all the other lives, so many other souls erased from the world in the years since that hot July day.”
A former Vietnam veteran, CIA operative and self-proclaimed “Restorer of Silence” has gone rogue. Killing people associated with a piece of information that has the potential to hinder foreign relations, but more importantly has the ability to send America into a national frenzy. The man with many names is knocking people off one-by-one until a piece of invaluable information is obtained or everyone around him is dead, which ever comes first. Because in the end, you know, I know, and he knows that once you know something, there really is no way to make it unknown.
On congested rain-slickened streets a…
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