by Mark Greaney
Book 11 in the Gray Man series
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It’s been years since the Gray Man’s first mission, but the trouble’s just getting started in the latest entry in the #1 New York Times bestselling series.
Before he was the Gray Man, Court Gentry was Sierra Six, the junior member of a CIA action team.
In their first mission they took out a terrorist leader, but at a terrible price–the life of a woman Court cared for. Years have passed and now The Gray Man is on a simple mission when he sees a ghost: the long-dead terrorist, but he’s remarkably energetic for a dead man.
A decade may have gone by but the Gray Man hasn’t changed. He isn’t one to leave a job unfinished or a blood debt unpaid.
The story is told from a dual point of view, in the past 12 years ago when Gentry was in his mid-twenties and new to the CIA’s Sierra Six group led by the famous Nate Hightower., and today when Court has left Hightower’s command and now is employed as a special contractor for the CIA, called on when his unique skills are required, so we get to see both sides of the coin.