Track Three, 

 by John H. Gibson

  Come along for the ride when a popular and top-rated investigative journalist, Elliott Lawder, and Katherine Lambert, a street-wise black British street urchin, are thrown together by the untimely death of an NSA Systems Analyst. Follow the adventure of our hero and heroine as the story moves at break-neck speed from Washington to London to Brussels to The Netherlands as the two attempts to discover the answer to why every US Security Agency, including the NSA and the CIA, are trying to kill them. TRACK THREE is a winner in the same thrilling tradition as John Gibson's first political suspense Super Thriller, DUMMY. TRACK THREE, coming soon - a tremendous read, even if it does keep you up all day and half night.

* * * reviewer's comments:  

 I enjoy a good mystery thriller and read them in my spare time. Occasionally, however, a book surprises me, and I find myself devouring it. John Gibson’s latest novel, Track Three, is one of those books. It is essentially a thriller with generous portions of suspense and mystery. Even before the reader reaches Chapter One, it becomes clear that this will be a different flavor novel. The first puzzling question is which character is the hero, or antihero in this case? Next, what exactly is the mystery? In Track Three, the action spans two continents with a gamut of characters from investigative journalists and government agents to elite politicians and young outcasts. They scuffle in the world of politics, secrets, journalism, blackmail, affection, and everyday family problems as the protagonists try to outwit their opponents. Track Three is a solid addition to the genre, and I found it both entertaining and thought provoking. This tale will be engaging for the attentive reader, and is most definitely worth one’s time and attention.

--Frederick G. Johnson, Ph.D

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Track Three moves at a dizzying pace from the U.S. to Europe and back with lots of twists and turns in the plot. The author gives you all the key hints in this political thriller, but you’re apt not to guess their significance until the end. A fun read with an over-the-hill reporter, Elliott Lawder, who turns into a hero.

--J. L. Greger, author of I Saw You in Beirut

 

Perfect $11.00

 
 
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