Bloody Sunday: A Thriller (A Dewey Andreas Novel #8) (Mass Market)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 8 in the A Dewey Andreas Novel series.
- #1: Power Down (A Dewey Andreas Novel #1) (Mass Market): $9.99
- #2: Coup d'Etat: A Dewey Andreas Novel (Mass Market): $9.99
- #4: Eye for an Eye: A Dewey Andreas Novel (CD-Audio): Please email or call for availability and price
- #5: Independence Day: A Dewey Andreas Novel (Mass Market): $9.99
- #6: First Strike: A Thriller (A Dewey Andreas Novel #6) (Mass Market): $9.99
- #7: Trap the Devil: A Thriller (A Dewey Andreas Novel #7) (Mass Market): $11.59
- #9: The Island: A Thriller (A Dewey Andreas Novel #9) (Hardcover): $25.99
THE FUTURE OF THE WORLD COMES DOWN TO TWENTY-FOUR HOURS…AND ONE MAN.
Dewey Andreas tried to quit. America’s top special forces operative, he has had enough. But after the President himself asks, Dewey agrees to do one last mission. That’s when it all goes wrong.
North Korea’s dictator is a madman. Long a danger to the rest of the world, he is about to implement his long-held, terrible dreams of revenge. To get the missiles he needs to launch a nuclear attack against the United States, he’s trading nuclear triggers with Iran and is sending his top military man to negotiate the trade.
Dewey Andreas is sent to Macau to carry out a bold operation against the North Korean general. But one small slip changes everything. Now Dewey has to do the impossible: in only twenty-four hours, with no room for error, he must find a way to infiltrate North Korea and stop a nuclear attack that will kill millions and devastate two countries.
“His boldest, most daring thriller yet.”--The Real Book Spy
“A propulsive read…fans of Brad Thor, Vince Flynn, and Tom Clancy will tear through Bloody Sunday.”—Mark Greaney
About the Author
BEN COES is the author of the critically acclaimed Power Down and Coup d’Etat. He is a former speechwriter for the George H .W. Bush White House, worked for Boone Pickens, was a fellow at the JFK School of Government at Harvard, a campaign manager for Mitt Romney’s run for governor in 2002, and is currently a partner in a private equity company out of Boston. He lives in Wellesley, Mass.