No Going Back
He looked up at the towers, just in time to see one of the ballistic windows on the eastern corner tower slide open.
He didn’t think. He just reacted. The only reason for one of those windows to open would be that they’d been spotted, and were about to take fire.
Snapping his rifle to his shoulder, he leaned around Bianco’s shoulder, put the faint, red chevron in the ACOG, still illuminated despite the fact that the optic was so old that the tritium had to be half depleted already, on that dark rectangle in the top of the tower, flipping the weapon to “semi” and squeezing the trigger as soon as the chevron settled.
The M4 thundered in the otherwise quiet night, spitting flame in the dark as Bianco flinched away from the muzzle blast. Wade leaned into the rifle, dumping four more rounds into the opening even as Kirk opened fire on the other tower, if only to cover Wade’s back.
They were committed, now.
Mercenaries strike a hidden base…
…But it’s a trap.
Now they have only one hope – Brannigan’s Blackhearts
When Mitchell Price’s black bag team hit a mysterious former Soviet military base in Kyrgyzstan, they thought they knew what they were in for. They’re professionals, and they’ve been on this hunt for a long time.
But things can go bad in a heartbeat.
Now with the team dead or captured, one man knows where they are, and he’s going to have to convince Brannigan’s Blackhearts to help. He’s not just going to hire them, though. He’s coming with them.
Dan Tackett is coming out of retirement.
And he and the Blackhearts are about to venture into the heart of darkness in Central Asia.