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BACKLASH Excerpt

BACKLASH Excerpt

March 13, 2019

The transport plane, like everything else in Russia, was a piece of shit. For years, mechanics had swapped out its worn scavenged parts with even older parts. Cracks had been filled with epoxy. Leaking tubes and frayed wires had been wrapped with tape. A crash had been inevitable. A booming noise, like a bag of horseshoes thrown into a dryer,...

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Top Gear from THE APOSTLE

Top Gear from THE APOSTLE

February 26, 2019

The Apostle Buy It Here Super Puma EC 225 helicopter $28,000,000 – Buy It Here Asolo Hiking Boots $300 – Buy It Here Sugarhill Gang CD $15 – Buy It Here Benchmade fixed blade Marc Lee “Glory” knife $750 – Buy It Here Colt M4 Carbine $1,400 – Buy It Here Macallan 1926 $600,000 – Buy It Here TAD Gear...

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BREAKING: Plot Details for Brad’s Next Thriller

BREAKING: Plot Details for Brad’s Next Thriller

February 6, 2019

[From TheRealBookSpy.com] On June 25th, Scot Harvath returns in Backlash, the latest thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author Brad Thor. Backlash, the 18th book in Thor’s popular franchise, will follow Spymaster (2018), which featured the year’s most jaw-dropping cliffhanger, one that left readers absolutely stunned and begging for more. While Thor announced the title back in December via...

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Updated Release Date: BACKLASH

Updated Release Date: BACKLASH

January 28, 2019

One of the most exciting steps in creating a thriller is choosing the title. Sometimes, it’s perfectly obvious and sitting right in front of you. Other times, you have to hunt it down with a club! In Scot Harvath’s next adventure, he has more on the line personally and professionally than ever before. I have been (half) joking with friends...

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5 Fast Facts: The Last Patriot

5 Fast Facts: The Last Patriot

January 24, 2019

1785: Muslim Pirates Attack American Ships In THE LAST PATRIOT, Anthony Nichols shares with Scot Harvath and Tracy Hastings little known history dating back to the 18th century, when Thomas Jefferson was America’s Minister to France and Muslim pirates terrorized the Mediterranean Sea. In July of 1785, Algerian pirates captured two American ships, Maria and Dauphin, off the Barbary Coast,...

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