Strait of Hormuz Paperback
A Marc Royce Novel
by Davis Bunn;
A Bird's Eye View
From the author of Lion of Babylon - Davis Bunn is back with another fast-paced Marc Royce political thriller
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Strait of Hormuz
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An under-the-radar phone call from the U.S. State Department puts Marc Royce once again on assignment--ferreting out rumors of a clandestine operation stretching from Asia to the Mideast. At stake is Iran's threat to blockade the narrow Strait of Hormuz, cutting off vital shipping routes and escalating global tensions beyond the breaking point.
Under the guise of investigating money laundering via high-end art purchases in Europe, Royce finds himself in Switzerland with only sketchy information, no backup, and without a single weapon other than his wits.
His appointment with a gallery owner in Geneva is a dead end--the man is on the floor with a bullet through his chest. But it turns out Royce does have backup. The Mossad has sent someone to keep an eye on this undercover op, which is of more than casual interest to the Israelis. And it's someone Royce knows...
A small team gathers around Royce--
a single objective against multiple enemies.
Strait of Hormuz by Davis Bunn was published by Baker in December 2013 and is our 10022nd best seller. The ISBN for Strait of Hormuz is 9780764211386.
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"An engaging action thriller." - Booklist.
"[Bunn] does something few Christian fiction writers do. Starting with what seems to be a narrow view, his stories open readers to a bigger multicultural and multireligious world... he always seems to surprise and lead into places readers don't expect. - Publishers Weekly.
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|Page last updated||15th April 2017|
|Author / Artist||Davis Bunn|
|Publisher||Baker (December 2013)|
|Number of Pages||384|