Sometimes it’s a good idea to get some fresh air and take a vacation with your mind. I would recommend Mysterious Islands, a spy novel written by David Meade.
A CIA thriller–follow the life of a case agent as he leaves the Company and enters a world of mystery and intrigue in seven locations: Bermuda, The Bahamas, Nevis, Sark, South Africa, Vanuatu and Key West. As the clock winds down, Taylor follows clues in an international diamond-smuggling operation which take him on an amazing journey. This full-length novel takes its readers inside the CIA covert operations world and reads as a veritable practicing intelligence case manual.
The reader will experience international intrigue at its best. Mysterious Islands takes the reader on a grand adventure which begins on a mountaintop and ends in the islands of the Caribbean and South Pacific. The book draws the reader into higher levels of knowledge of how the intelligence world works and how international private investigations are conducted.
An intelligence operative is forced to retire because he knows too much and begins a private life under a new name. Only his private life becomes more complex and dangerous than his former was.
The plot allows the reader to escape into a series of exotic locations with a cast of characters. The book is a page-turner that will provide the readers with an in-depth knowledge of each island, while drawing them closer and closer into the truth.
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