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Deep State

Where would you head to if you had to disappear? Where would you go if the deep state was after you? If your life was at risk, whereabouts in America could or would you hide?

I couldn’t imagine a better place to disappear than the Florida Everglades. Wild, dangerous, mosquitos, uninhabited, oppressive heat, thousands of small swampy islands over thousands of square miles, remote, and for those with survival skills, a smart place to drop off the grid. But what if the people after you, a team of assassins working for the deep state, have orders to track you down and then kill you, no matter the cost?

What happens then?

That’s the problem Nathan Stone has to deal with in my latest American Ghost thriller, REQUIEM (Thomas & Mercer), out today exclusively on Amazon.



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Here’s what you need to know:

Nothing and no one can stop assassin Nathan Stone.

When black-ops asset Nathan Stone took out the heads of the Commission, a secret deep-state organization, he thought he’d destroyed them for good. Now he’s gone off the grid, trying to get as far away from his past as possible. But the Commission isn’t done with him yet.

Lying low in a Miami bar, Stone knows something’s up when an alluring actress strikes up a conversation with him. His suspicions are correct. The Commission is hot on his trail, and Stone is soon forced to run deep into the heart of the Everglades with the terrified woman as his hostage. He’s the Commission’s number one target—and this time nothing will stop them from eliminating him.

But Nathan Stone is no ordinary target. The crew of mercenary assassins on his heels have no idea what’s in store for them on the River of Grass. Because the hunt is on, and they picked the wrong prey.

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