The Archer

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Dreamspinner Press, Apr 1, 2008 - Fiction - 576 pages
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Rocked to the core by traitors and spies, the Organization made an unprecedented move in bringing together six highly trained men to track down one rogue wolf: The Archer.

There are three field agents: one at the top of his game, one hoping to retire, and another walking the line; a cold-blooded assassin who can use any weapon known to man; a demolitions expert who can t resist the allure of fire; and a computer hacker with more tricks in his mouse than Houdini. This team is made up of the best of the best, and if it can t succeed in this impossible mission, no one can. But no plan survives first contact with the enemy especially when you can t even find out who he is!

Despite what a cluster the assignment is from the start, the six men try to get their act together to track down the rogue operative, and in the process they discover there s more to life than the next assignment. Now it s up to them to survive by working together and determining who the real traitor is: an unknown friend, a close-by enemy, or the Organization itself.

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User Review  - Tam2603 - LibraryThing

It was definitely a good read. The action/spy storyline though got a bit overloaded over the course of the story. It was too many turns and too many endless discussions with no result, especially in ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jaymie - Goodreads

This is probably the hardest review I have ever done. I floated between 2 and 3 stars for a while. In the end I decided that I would give it 3 stars because the last 10% of the book I was very gripped ... Read full review

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