By Arthur Kerns
"An clever, masterfully-crafted, and all too believable secret agent novel that might thrill enthusiasts of Olen Steinhauer and Daniel Silva. The African agreement hooked me from the beginning and saved me up overdue. Hayden Stone—part James Bond, half Jack Reacher—isn't afraid to combine it up, yet cleans up good during this action-packed, multi-layered romp during the African continent as he searches, actually, for a ticking bomb. If you're keen on secret agent novels, The African agreement can be subsequent in your studying list." —Robert Dugoni, big apple instances Bestselling writer of homicide One and The Conviction.
"Hayden Stone is a personality worthy rooting for, and Arthur Kerns is a skilled storyteller." —Sheldon Siegel, ny instances bestselling writer of Incriminating Evidence
In the savannahs of Namibia, a boxcar sits, locked and watched. there isn't any restrict to what number of people may die from what's within. there's no restrict to what number of people could kill for it.