Lost Girls By Bob Mayer

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This terrific follow-up to Bodyguard of Lies continues to track the Cellar, a government organization whose task is to police rogue agents in the CIA, FBI and other U.S. bureaus. Maj. Jack Gant is called in from his South Carolina island home to oversee an investigation involving the abduction of Emily Cranston, daughter of Fort Bragg Special Warfare Center commander Col. Samuel Cranston. The motive for the abduction is revenge, and the perpetrators have been highly trained in how to carry it out—by the U.S. government. As related crimes pile up, Mayer delivers top-notch action and adventure, creating a full cast of lethal operatives armed with all the latest weaponry. Excellent writing and well-drawn, appealing characters help make this another taut, crackling read from Mayer. (Aug.)

Considered for option by Smokehouse, George Clooney’s production company.

Who polices the world of covert operations? Enter the Cellar, the most secret spy organization hiding deep within the United States.

Deep in the forests of Kentucky, a girl is held captive.

In Oklahoma, a young preschool teacher is murdered in front of her students.

In the Panhandle of Florida, a college undergrad is kidnapped from a nightclub.

These seemingly unrelated crimes catch the eye of the Cellar, the ultrasecret cell of operatives set up to police all other government agencies. Cellar operatives Gant and Neeley, along with profiler Susan Golden, must track down those responsible. But these are not ordinary criminals. They are a highly trained Special Forces sniper team. Crisscrossing the United States as new Cellar head Hannah Masterson calls the shots from up high, the Cellar operatives soon find themselves being targeted. Whoever is behind this knows the ultra top-secret Cellar's tactics all to well.

Underneath this web of death, deceit, and revenge lies an even more shocking crime . . . a conspiracy that powerful men will sacrifice their lives -- and the lives of their families -- to protect.

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Lost Girls By Bob Mayer

  1. 1. Who polices the world of Covert Operations? Monday, August 26, 13
  2. 2. The Cellar uncovers a link between separate devious acts of violence that crisscross the country. Monday, August 26, 13
  3. 3. Underneath this web of death, deceit and revenge lies an even more shocking crime. Monday, August 26, 13
  4. 4. Gant and Neely with the help of Susan, a profiler, must track down those responsible for the violence. Monday, August 26, 13
  5. 5. But nothing is as it seems. Especially when the criminals are a highly trained, declared dead, Special Forces Sniper Team. Monday, August 26, 13
  6. 6. And now the rogue Sniper Team sets the their target on the Cellar. Monday, August 26, 13
  7. 7. Who is telling the truth? What conspiracy is worth the lives of those who holds it’s truth? Monday, August 26, 13
  8. 8. Or will a conspiracy that powerful claim the lives of not only the men who hold it, but also the lives of their families. Monday, August 26, 13
  9. 9. Meet Bob Mayer Bob Mayer is a West Point Graduate, former Green Beret and NY Times Bestselling author of Factual Fiction. http://bobmayer.org http://coolgus.com “A thriller that delivers in all areas—plot, suspense, authenticity and pace.A masterpiece of technology and suspense.The climax will have the reader yearning for more nails to bite. Not to be missed by fans of the genre.” Library Journal. Twitter Facebook Blog Monday, August 26, 13
  10. 10. Click here for a free excerpt of Lost Girls “ . . .delivers top-notch action and adventure, creating a full cast of lethal operatives armed with all the latest weaponry. Excellent writing and well- drawn, appealing characters help make this another taut, crackling read.” ~Publishers Weekly Monday, August 26, 13

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