Black Flagged – Free Kindle Book

 

A wild ride through the streets of D.C., escorted through the halls of Langley and the J. Edgar Hoover building.

A graduate of the Department of Defense’s experimental Black Flag program, Daniel Petrovich carries a secret he’d rather keep buried. A secret his government has hidden in the deepest vaults of the Pentagon. Unfortunately for Daniel, some secrets carry a debt that can never be repaid, and certain acquired skills will always hold their value. Someone is trying to raise Black Flag from the dead, and bring Daniel back with it. Someone who knows all of his darkest secrets. 

In exchange for the promise of a clean slate, and a chance to keep the life he has built with the woman he loves, he agrees to carry out one final mission. Now Daniel has an even bigger problem. The assassination of Mohammed Ghani, a wealthy Muslim importer, wasn’t the uncomplicated mission he had been promised. Seven other prominent Muslim businessmen are killed on the same night along the East Coast, suddenly extinguishing Task Force HYDRA, the most significant counter-terrorism investigation in recent FBI history.

Daniel’s life is about to disintegrate, as he becomes the focus of a relentless FBI manhunt, and the target of a vengeful CIA agent. To survive, he’ll be forced to release a dark side he fought for years to keep suppressed. A dark side with few boundaries, and even fewer loyalties.

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Steven Konkoly

  

 I graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy, with a Bachelor of Science in English Literature…I’m still trying to figure that one out. At one point, I studied Shakespeare and Electrical Engineering during the same semester, which should be illegal in the United States.

Upon graduation, I reported to SEAL training in Coronado, California, where I spent the next year engaged in that hellacious training, trying to overcome a persistent training injury. Moving on from Coronado, I served the next seven years with various military units, ultimately getting to jump out of airplanes and blow things up with our Marine Corps as a forward observer liaison…which I felt was the natural order of things for my twenties.

Upon resigning my commission, I moved with my family to coastal southern Maine, where I work, write and struggle to make the best of a short sailing season and a long winter.

  

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