By Alastair MacNeill
The African kingdom of Zimbala has a brand new chief, yet an individual wishes him lifeless – and the one guy who understands information of the hit is being hunted through UNACO’s best agent on an unlawful challenge of non-public vengeance. Can UNACO cease their best murderer from killing his nemesis?
Alphonse Mobuto has governed the kingdom of Zimbala for forty-five years. On his dying, the Presidency passes to his eldest son, Jamel. made up our minds to introduce democracy and rid Zimbala of his father’s oppressive regime, Jamel faces retribution from those that as soon as benefited from it.
In long island to bring a massive speech on the UN, Jamel is an visible objective for an assassin’s bullet. The time and position of the assassination are recognized via just one guy, Jean Jacque Bernard, a world terrorist and now a CIA operative.
Clearly a case for UNACO. yet deputy director Serge Kolchinsky realizes he has a almost certainly explosive state of affairs on his arms. For he discovers crack workforce member Mike Graham has long past AWOL. Graham is in Beirut on a strictly unlawful undertaking of non-public vengeance - to trace down and kill Bernard…
Fast-paced and compulsive, Time of the Assassins is the fourth novel to be written by means of Alastair MacNeill from a close tale define through Alistair MacLean. even supposing MacLean died in 1987, it really is was hoping that his many enthusiasts will locate that those novels supply an identical velocity and pleasure because the bestsellers via the grasp himself.
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