Rogue by Mark Sullivan

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"A true juggernaut of a thriller, pure adrenaline in print.  With the creation of Robin Monarch, Sullivan has crafted a Jason Bourne for the new millennium." —James Rollins  Mark Sullivan has created a propulsive, compelling new thriller. Rogue, is one part Bourne Identity and one part Mission: Impossible, but readers will also love the nod to Hitchcock’s It Takes a Thief.  Two years ago, Robin Monarch was a top level CIA operative—perhaps the best they had when it came to black bag operations. Then one day, in the middle of an operation, with his team around him in the field, Monarch walked away, leaving his old life and friends behind without a word of explanation. Now this ex-soldier, ex-operative, and orphan with a murky past is a thief, stealing from the super-rich and has surfaced in St. Tropez. But when a complicated, high profile jewel heist goes wrong, Monarch is led into a carefully woven trap designed to force him to complete the very same mission he walked away from years ago.  It will take all of his skills (as well as those of the team he burned) and all of his cunning, if Monarch is to thwart the violent and deadly goals of the very powerful cabal who will do whatever it takes to bring the very dangerous "Green Fields" technology under their control.
 

About Mark Sullivan

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MARK SULLIVAN is the author of several internationally bestselling thrillers on his own as well as the coauthor with James Patterson of Private Games (February 2012) and Private Berlin (July 2012). He lives in Bozeman, Montana.
 
Published October 2, 2012 by Minotaur Books. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Crime. Fiction

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When Robin politely declines Belos’ offer of $5 million for the trigger, Belos detains his girlfriend, London editor Lacey Wentworth, and demands that Robin deliver the device for free within the next two weeks.

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This series opener from Sullivan (Triple Cross), a loud, brawny festival of action, introduces Robin Monarch, a modern-day Robin Hood who grew up in a poor neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and uses his CIA training to foil evil international forces while skimming the proceeds for his pet ...

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But he has Belos make Monarch think the devise is the triggering mechanism for a nuclear bomb, instead of the actual Green Fields weapon that Slattery covets.

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Book Reporter

Two years ago, Robin Monarch was a top level CIA operative --- until he abruptly walked away, leaving his old life and friends behind without a word of explanation.

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As ROGUE moves through a series of corkscrew twists and turns, Monarch finds his past --- at several different points --- coming back not only to haunt him but also to put him in danger as well.

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Now Robin Monarch has become a fugitive in Mark Sullivan’s action-packed thriller, "Rogue."

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