An intriguing yet distressing portrayal of what goes on behind the scenes to keep various nations safe.
The well written plot seems quite believable, as if the writer has first hand experience of covert missions and assassinations. Trained men operate without mercy, removing anyone their superiors name as a target.
The personal side of Haver's life gives a glimpse of how the job affects the family. This aspect interested me more that details of various operations, mad mens' reasoning, and counter plots.
The armed forces aspect of the novel is bound to appeal to men; less so for a woman. I struggled to read many accounts of the reasoning behind the action, and skipped some altogether.
Don't get me wrong--It's a good book.