Book Description

Fugitive Serbian war criminals have abducted the world-famous daughter of the ICTY Presiding Judge. The very fabric of international justice is set to unravel. There's only one thing for Alex Morgan to do - hunt the bastards down.

His orders are simple: 'The safety catch is off. Return that girl to her family and drag those bastards back to justice. Dead or alive. It makes no difference to me.' Alex Morgan – policeman, soldier and spy for INTREPID, the black ops division of INTERPOL – is on the hunt for Serbian war criminals. But these guys were never going to let it be that simple. An assassination attempt is made on the presiding judge of the international tribunal. Days later, the judge's daughter, the famous and beautiful classical pianist Charlotte Rose, vanishes in mysterious circumstances. The girl is not just a pretty face and the daughter of a judge, however. She's also the goddaughter of INTREPID's veteran commander, General Davenport. It's up to Morgan and the INTREPID team to track the kidnappers and the missing woman before the very fabric of international justice is picked apart at its fraying edges. Part James Bond and part Jason Bourne, this time Alex Morgan must walk the line between doing the right thing and getting the job done. 

Book Details
List Price: $4.99
Print Length: 388 Pages
Publisher: Bright Sea Publishing
Publication Date: June 21, 2017
Language: English
ISBN: 9781925579116

Other Books by Chris Allen

Defender: The Alex Morgan Interpol Spy Thriller Series (Intrepid 1)
Hunter: The Alex Morgan Interpol Spy Thriller Series (Intrepid 2)
Avenger: The Alex Morgan Interpol Spy Thriller Series (Intrepid 3)
Helldiver: The Alex Morgan Interpol Spy Thriller Series (Intrepid 4)
Ranger: The Alex Morgan Interpol Spy Thriller Series (A Novella)

About the author

Chris Allen
Somewhere along the picturesque south coast of New South Wales

Chris Allen was born in Perth, Western Australia. A former paratrooper, Chris served with the Australian Army including attachments to the New Zealand Army, the British Parachute Regiment and deployments to Africa, South East Asia and Central America. He retired at the rank of Major. In addition to his military career, Chris led security operations for a major international aid agency in East Timor during the 1999 emergency, oversaw the upgrade of Counter Terrorism First Response measures at Sydney Airport in the wake of the September 11 attacks of 2001, and in 2003 when protestors painted 'No War' on the sails of the Sydney Opera House, he was headhunted to take over the protection of the iconic landmark. In 2008 he was appointed Sheriff of New South Wales, one of Australia's most historic law enforcement appointments. Chris now lives on the New South Wales south coast with his wife Sarah and their sons, Morgan and Rhett.