Act Of Vengeance by Michael Jecks
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When the Cold War ended, he was superfluous to the needs of British Intelligence, but post 9/11 the rapid need for new recruits led to mistakes being made by those new agents. And someone was needed to clear up after those mistakes – hence the need for Scavengers.
Jack thought he’d put all of that behind him – he was drummed out of the service in disgrace, a suspect in the murder of his wife’s lover. But he is drafted back for one last case (one of those) – an old colleague retired to Alaska, but then apparently killed himself. When Jack arrives though, he has a suspicion that the suicide was, in fact, murder. And when someone tries to kill him, that suspicion becomes a certainty…
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