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Created thanyears ago by secret executive order, Red Cell Seven is a highly classified intelligence agency tasked with protecting America from the most catastrophic of terrorist attacks But in the aftermath of a string of deadly terrorist attacks across the nation, Red Cell Seven finds itself drawn into a conspiracy that threatens to tear the organization apart The president himself calls on Troy Jensen, a high level clandestine operative and the son of Red Cell Seven s current leader, to spearhead the hunt for the terrorists even though Troy is still reeling from the murder of his brother The deeper Troy digs, the clearer it becomes that the Holiday Mall Attacks are just the opening salvo in fiendishly complex plot Powerful forces are working to undermine Red Cell Seven, and Troy will have to risk everything to uncover the truth and protect what s left of his family The sequel from the best selling author of Arctic Fire, Red Cell Seven delivers edge of your seat action


5 thoughts on “Red Cell Seven (Audio Download): Amazon.co.uk: Stephen Frey, William Dufris, Brilliance Audio: Audible Audiobooks

  1. Robert Jordan Robert Jordan says:

    The main problem with this book is there is too much talking and not enough action.on many occasions to the detriment of the storyline.


  2. june finnigan - writer june finnigan - writer says:

    One brother is dead and the other has come back from the dead A brilliant political thriller that takes one high profile family to the brink and back again Can Troy and his father Bill find the terrorists that are killing innocent people in public places A must buy.June Finnigan writer


  3. ministry-evangelism.co Customer ministry-evangelism.co Customer says:

    Excellent


  4. Mr Stephen G Tubb Mr Stephen G Tubb says:

    Awful god bless America claptrap


  5. alison shepherd alison shepherd says:

    Very exciting 2nd book of the trilogy Well worth reading but not for the squeamish