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Air Race

266 pages
Severn River Publishing Llc

A lavish transcontinental air race turns deadly when a contract killer is sent to disrupt the event at any cost...

The world’s eyes are on the Crown Prince of Dubai’s luxurious international air race. The event is meant to celebrate the new Israeli-UAE normalization agreement. Nine national teams will make seven stops over the course of a week. Taking off from the glittering French coast and traveling throughout the Mediterranean and Middle East, the race will narrow down its contestants each leg before finishing in Dubai.

When the CIA learns that an infamous contract killer has been secretly sent to disrupt the event, they send Max Fend and partner Renee to join the race and foil any assassination attempt. But as Max and Renee travel throughout the Mediterranean, Africa, and the Middle East, their vision is soon clouded by dust storms, sabotage attempts and hostile acts. Race contestants with fatal secrets threaten to undermine their mission at every step. The stakes are higher than ever before, and a single mistake can send them crashing to their deaths…


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Author Bio
USA Today bestselling author Andrew Watts graduated from the US Naval Academy in 2003 and served as a naval officer and helicopter pilot until 2013. During that time, he flew counter-narcotic missions in the Eastern Pacific and counter-piracy missions off the Horn of Africa. He was a flight instructor in Pensacola, FL, and helped to run ship and flight operations while embarked on a nuclear aircraft carrier deployed in the Middle East. Today, he lives with his family in Virginia.Chris Bauer wouldn’t trade his northeast Philly upbringing of street sports played on blacktop and concrete, fistfights, brick and stone row houses, and twelve years of well-intentioned Catholic school discipline for a Philadelphia minute (think New York minute but more fickle and less forgiving).He's a member of International Thriller Writers, and his work has been recognized by the National Writers Association, the Writers Room of Bucks County (PA), and the Maryland Writers Association. He likes the pie more than the turkey.