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One man broken-hearted by his wife's brutal slaying...one nuclear device primed to destroy the city of Paris...one chance to save over two million lives. Can Perry Hall set aside his grief long enough to prevent the unthinkable?
After his wife was slain by a sadistic assassin, SpyCo agent Perry Hall stopped caring whether he lived or died. Nothing mattered, save binge drinking and caring for his bulldog, Fleming. His disdain for life-threatening operations makes him an asset to Director J. Carlton Moore, who sends Perry into the most dangerous situations to ever face the covert organization. So, when the City of Lights faces extinction at the hands of the world's most feared terrorist group, Perry emerges as the only hope for over two million innocent civilians.
©2017 Craig A. Hart (P)2018 Craig A. Hart
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4 out of 5 stars
By Erik Therme on 03-16-18

Assignment: PARIS

As with his Serenity series, Craig A. Hart knows how to tell a brisk, action-packed tale.

In Assignment: Paris, we follow Perry Hall, a SpyCo agent haunted by the death of his wife. When he’s called to Paris for a new assignment, he’ll not only have to stop a nuclear device from detonating, but also go head-to-head with his wife’s killer. The ending was a bit of a “Deus Ex Machina” for me, but nonetheless, it wrapped up nicely, and I’m anxious to read more in the series.

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