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Donovan Nash is a man under siege, and this time it's personal.
Eco-Watch, the premier scientific research organization he founded, is being blamed for a series of violent eco-atrocities that ignite protests around the world. Behind the attacks is Garrick Pearce, a man from Donovan's past, who is bent on a ruthless vendetta.
Garrick has promised that after he annihilates Eco-Watch, he'll murder everyone close to Nash. Recoiling from the damage, Donovan enlists the help of Erica, a woman who claims she has information Donovan needs, but her knowledge makes her a marked woman.
Running from trained killers, the FBI and even his own organization, Donovan races from southern California to British Columbia, then finally to Alaska where he joins Eco-Watch personnel and desperately tries to stop what promises to be the worst eco-atrocity in history.
With his world in tatters and everything he built seemingly destroyed, Donovan is forced to make one last desperate gamble to stop Garrick and silence the man forever - a roll of the dice that may very well cost Nash his life.
©2014 Philip Donlay (P)2016 Philip Donlay
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By KS on 09-12-17

Deadly Echos

This wasn't as good as the first 3 books. First the reader was not as good as the others. Most of the characters sound alike. This book as extreme graphic violence. I think it was unnecessary. There was so much action in the first 3 books that kept your attention, this book had several descriptive graphic violent scenes, it made me ill. The story was alright but with the bad reader and violence, I wish I would have skipped this book. I think I could have caught up on the storyline with the main characters in the next book. Very disappointed!

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