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Former CIA Agent Pete Maddox is back to rescue a young girl that has vanished into the drug cartel controlled world of human trafficking where Maddox’s special skills will come in handy.
Thousands of young women leave Honduras for Mexico and the United States with dreams of a better life only to never be heard from again. Alma Bonilla is gone. But unlike the other girls, she’s the granddaughter of a woman Sonia Maddox calls her “third grandmother”. Maddox is now a freelancer and he will delve into a human trafficking network that is controlled by ruthless cartel assassins and gangbangers in order to find the granddaughter of his wife's friend. Will Maddox’s black-ops skills be enough to rescue her and deliver vigilante justice against ruthless drug kingpin Rain Campos and his Santa Muerte-worshipping hitman?
Stands Alone: Yes
The Asset is a high-octane CIA thriller set in Venezuela during the period leading up to the 2002 coup d'état attempt against Hugo Chavez.
This action thriller keeps readers on the edge of their seats as the main character, Pete Maddox weaves his way through upper CIA levels with foreign operatives and a beautiful Venezuelan woman.
As CIA station chief overseeing all operations in Venezuela from the U.S. Embassy in Caracas, Maddox deals with persons familiar to 21st century readers, such as Hugo Chavez, Muammar Gaddafi, drug cartels, and guerrilla fighters. Every few pages will create more secrets and intrigue as Maddox works spy-like miracles to get his job done. Whom should he trust? Will the CIA back him? Will he, or his assets, live another day? Then there is the coup, what part and which side is Maddox truly on?
This tale of CIA and spy intrigue brings Latin America to life amid the clashes among the various political groups, meanwhile supporting a tender love story. Don't miss this ultimate thriller.