Enemy of Mine

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Penguin, Jan 15, 2013 - Fiction - 544 pages
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Pike Logan and the Taskforce trail a trained killer through the Middle East in this heart-pounding installment of Brad Taylor’s New York Times bestselling series.

A tentative peace between Israel and Palestine has been brokered by the United States. But the Taskforce—a clandestine team operating outside of US law to protect the country from terrorism—hears of an assassination attempt on the American envoy sent to solidify the treaty. The Taskforce must devote every resource to saving his life—and preventing another bloody outbreak of violence.

Taskforce operator Pike Logan and his partner, Jennifer Cahill, must hunt down the assassin through the Middle East, following a trail that becomes more perilous at every turn. And they must deal with terrorist organizations, independent killers, and shaky allies to uncover the biggest threat of all: an American citizen hiding a secret that just may destroy everything, including the Taskforce.
 

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ENEMY OF MINE

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

This is Taylor's third Pike Logan thriller, and it's a good one.The United States government has secretly brokered a peace deal between Israel and Palestine, and terrorist forces plan to subvert it ... Read full review

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A compelling read .. fast paced and engaging.

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Acknowledgments
About the Author Excerpt from The Polaris Protocol
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BRAD TAYLOR is the author of the New York Times bestselling Pike Logan series. He served for more than twenty years in the U.S. Army, including eight years in 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment–Delta, commonly known as Delta Force. He retired as a Special Forces lieutenant colonel and now lives in Charleston, South Carolina.

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