Shot in the head and recovering from brain surgery, Delta Force soldier Thomas Nelson wakes up in a military hospital unable to remember who he is. Faced with going through recovery alone, with no family that he's aware of, he is recruited by a top secret government agency. Project Specter is tasked with eliminating targets they deem to be a threat to the United States. Their goal is to turn Nelson into a super assassin named Matthew Cain.
Cain's first mission is supposed to be a piece of cake. Just take out an escaped fugitive in Honduras who's on the run for the rape and murder of a little girl in New York. There's only one problem; somebody beat him to it. Everything is not what it seems as Cain gets mixed up with an international arms dealer and an ex-government agent who's gone rogue and is supposed to be dead.
The Cain Conspiracy is the first book in the high-octane Cain Series.
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- Kelly Kenrick "runriggers"
An Avon Romance Would have Been Better
Nothing the story was juvenile.
Not if he is still writing like this!
Al thought the narration was bad, in all fairness he didn't have a good story to work with. I would not recommend any one narrator this book.
Anger at how stupid the story was. What sniper doesn't know what K.O.S. means? I'm a preschool teacher and I knew what it meant.
This is the worst covert operation book I have every listen to. Nobody check their computers for trackers, they talked on the phone openly, they told everybody and anybody where they where going on their "secret" missions. This book had more interpersonal relationship drama than covert operations. And, besides the narration being horrible they story really has no ending.
- Lydia Hamilton