How far would you go to stop a terrorist?
US Army CID Special Agent Regan Chase thought she knew the answer–until her target changed and her case blew up in her face.
“Your suspect is Special Forces.”
The tip is from a Stateside colleague. With it comes the chilling reality: Regan’s latest mission just might be her last. Has one of the Army’s elite soldiers turned terrorist? It’s happened before–with deadly results.
Not only is this soldier more lethal than most, he’s a master at rigging bombs. Unfortunately, Regan’s gun-shy commander won’t let her tail the sergeant. Worse, her suspect has refused to take the bait–her.
Regan has one option left. She’ll have to maintain her cover and get close to the sergeant’s roommate, deliberately using their budding relationship to zero in on her target. But John Garrison is hiding something too.
Has the war-weary Green Beret captain been turned as well?
As the investigation deepens, lines are crossed–personal and professional. Even if Regan succeeds in thwarting a horrific bombing on German soil, what will the fallout do to her career?
Aimpoint is Book 1 in the Deception Point Military Thriller Series. If you like strong, female protagonists with gripping, complex suspense that twists and turns all the way to The End, you’ll love this introduction to Candace Irving’s US Army CID thriller series.
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A former US Navy Lt., Candace Irving is the daughter of a librarian and a retired boatswain’s mate chief. Candace grew up in the Philippines, Germany, and all over the United States. Her senior year of high school, she enlisted in the US Army. Following basic training, she transferred to the Navy’s ROTC program at the University of Texas-Austin. While at UT, she spent a summer in Washington, DC, as a Congressional Intern. She also worked security for the UT Police. BA in Political Science in hand, Candace was commissioned as an ensign in the US Navy and sent to Surface Warfare Officer’s School to learn to drive warships. From there, she followed her father to sea. To sign up for Candace’s newsletter, visit candaceirving.com.