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David Slaton, the perfect assassin, returns for another adrenaline-packed adventure by USA Today bestselling author Ward Larsen
Former assassin David Slaton discovers a cryptic message: on a memory stick, a photograph of the man who will soon assume command of DGSI, France’s elite counterterrorism force. With the country reeling under a wave of ISIS attacks, Zavier Baland will be trusted to make the Republic safe again. The problem—Slaton has seen Baland’s face before. He is Ali Samir, a terrorist Slaton is certain he killed fifteen years earlier. Unable to reconcile these facts, he heads west to investigate.
Thousands of miles away, ISIS’s chief information officer tries to keep networks running amid crumbling infrastructure. With the caliphate’s very survival at stake, the leadership commits to a last-ditch gambit: France must be attacked on a massive scale, forcing the West into the battle of the Apocalypse.
Slaton keeps a breakneck pace, traveling from Tel Aviv to Paris and farther, each step uncovering both new threats and new opportunities. A small band of jihadists navigates the Baltic in a hijacked boat, steering toward a strike that will bring France to her knees. On the third side of a devil’s triangle, France’s incoming counterterrorism chief prepares a labyrinthine plot of his own. Only one man is in a position to stop the gathering storm.
David Slaton—the perfect assassin.
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September 05, 2017
Exciting , fast-paced thriller taking you to Syria,Paris and out to sea as our Kid on, David Slaton, gets creative to deal with a man he thought he killed 15 years ago...
Slaton thought he killed Ali Samir years ago, but some men on an old ship gain his attention, tearing him away from wedded blis...
August 26, 2017
So here is what happened. I received a copy of ASSASSIN'S CODE from the publisher so I could write a review. I hate jumping in to the middle of a series. This, being the fourth book in the David Slaton series, I did the only thing an avid reader could do. I went back and read the first three book...
September 27, 2017
Fast paced, suspenseful, and thoughtful! My favorite kind of story.
Former Mossad assassin David Slaton has been off the grid in the Philippines for eight months with his wife and son. When his wife is approached by a young mother scared for her missing husband, David agrees to go out to an abando...
August 18, 2017
Very enjoyable and set at a frenetic pace that takes you to the heart of Syria and the centre of Paris, the Assassin’s Code is my first experience of David Slaton and one I look forward to visiting again in the near future.
Incredibly atmospheric and strong in characterisation the author sets the...
February 05, 2018
Former assassin David Slaton discovers a cryptic message on a memory stick, a
photograph of the man who will soon assume command of DGSI, France's elite
counterterrorism force. The country is reeling under a wave of attacks and Zavier
Baland will be trusted to make the republic safe again. The pr...
October 08, 2017
This is the 4th Ward Larsen novel involving former Mossad 'kidon" David Slaton. In this story, David has once again returned home to his wife and young son and is spending his life on a yacht harbored in the Philippines. An incident happens where he is attacked while exploring an old abandoned sh...
January 05, 2018
Quite a good entry in the international terrorist hunt genre. There is the usual running around all over the world (as usual no one gets tired or even eats) but the plot is multilayered with the layers hiding other deceptions. Less than 4 stars though because the resolution is completely implausi...
January 18, 2018
Although this is my first David Slaton novel by Larsen I felt I was able to keep up starting on book 3. The story line is similar to that found in other books of this genre. Someone from a retired assassin's past comes back to kill him. What else do you need to know to pick up the book? The novel...
September 24, 2017
Ward Larsen’s Assassin’s Code is a great read. Move over Mitch Rapp, as David Slaton defines a world class assassin. Have read all three David Slaton books and in each one his character grows and entertains the reader. Each of his books are well written! A must read.
January 05, 2018
A slow-to-start story but becomes more interesting as it proceeds (affirms my approach of always reading to the end any book I start, even when the beginning is dull or boring). A good ending and some interesting twists along the way.