by Vince Flynn
Book 2 in the Mitch Rapp series (2012)
Mitch Rapp hunts terrorists responsible for Pan Am attack on 270 civilians.
But on his next target, gunmen burst down the door, leaving Rapp wounded and on the run in Paris. News blames him for killing Libya’s Oil Minister, three innocent civilians, and four unidentified men. His Washington handlers deny responsibility, and one wants him dead.
In the year since the CIA trained and then unleashed him, Mitch Rapp has dismantled, kill by untraceable kill, the network of monsters behind the Pan Am Lockerbie terrorist attack. The hunt leads to Paris, where a deadly trap is sprung as the bullet leaves Rapp’s silenced pistol—followed by the discovery of nine bodies, including Libya’s oil minister, in one of the city’s finest hotels.
Washington wants no part of the international crisis, and Rapp is deemed a liability by Stan Hurley, one of his handlers. But as he slips outside their control to operate on his own, it will soon become clear that nothing is more dangerous than a wounded and cornered Mitch Rapp.