A Military Junta Turns to Piracy

And the Blackhearts Get Called In for a Rescue

But There Are Other Threats Just Out of Sight…

When the repressive military government of the tiny country of Costa de las Joyas seizes a US-flagged cargo ship, a response is inevitable. However, given the small nation’s proximity to Venezuela and Colombia, the US government has decided that a subtle approach is called for.

Brannigan’s Blackhearts are called in, but not to retake the ship.

Regime change is the mission, but it will be regime change by proxy. The Blackhearts are hired to break out an imprisoned dissident, to act as a rallying point for the country’s rebels.

However, the enemy of my enemy is not necessarily my friend…

As the picture becomes clearer, the Blackhearts must decide between the lesser of two evils.

Or neither.


Book 13 of the Brannigan’s Blackhearts series is live today, in Kindle and Paperback.

Get it now.


And, if you haven’t dipped into the series yet, you can start with the first book, Fury in the Gulf.


Or, the standalone novel that was eventually folded into the continuity, Kill Yuan.

Legacy of Terror

Peter Nealen

Peter Nealen is a former Reconnaissance Marine and veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan. He deployed to Iraq in 2005-2006, and again in 2007, with 1st Platoon, Bravo Company, 1st Recon Bn. After two years of schools and workups, including Scout/Sniper Basic and Team Leader's Courses, he deployed to Afghanistan with 4th Platoon, Force Reconnaissance Company, I MEF. Since he got out, he's been writing, authoring many articles and 24 books, mostly Action/Adventure and Military Thrillers, with some excursions into Paranormal Fantasy and Science Fiction.

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