Viper Nine (Sam Driver Book 2) by Rob Aspinall
English | 2019 | Mystery/Thriller | ePUB | 1.8 Mb
Viper Nine : When a sinister group of cyberterrorists holds the world to ransom with a devastating global attack, Sam Driver and her covert team are
sent to hunt them down. But little do they suspect just how sophisticated their targets are – or the terrifying nature of their plans.
As the net closes on the criminal mastermind at the heart of the plot, Sam finds herself questioning the motives behind her team’s actions. This wasn’t the mission she thought she’d signed up for. When it comes to ensuring a safer, better world, can the ends ever justify the means?
“Pope lurked nearby in his giant blue suit, having drawn the shortest straw on who would wear the damn thing, he acted as an extra pair of eyes with a Beretta hidden somewhere under his costume.
Mercifully, Kravchenko didn’t pause to look behind him. A man like him had to be shadowed wherever he went. And no one ever stopped to check their shadow.
Little did he know he’d been marked for death by world powers desperate to solve an ongoing fuel crisis. It had been sparked by the oligarch’s premeditated hampering of the supply line from Siberia, all in a bid to stop the UN negotiating a new deal that would prevent his companies from rigging oil prices.
Driver was about as comfortable with the mission as she was with the sportswear biting into her lower regions. The man should have been extradited and put on trial. Not killed illegally in cold blood on foreign soil.
‘We all sure we want to do this?’ Driver asked over comms.
‘We’re the bullet, not the gun,’ Baptiste replied.
‘Besides, I thought we’d had this conversation,’ Lim sighed.
Driver held the pistol tight to her thigh as she ran. ‘I know, but this is the last chance.’
‘I agree with blondie,’ Rios said. ‘This isn’t what we signed up for.’
‘We signed up for whatever they give us,’ Wells snapped. ‘And I didn’t picture you for the moral kind, Rios.’”