By William W. Johnstone
An epic saga of the O'Briens, father Shamus and his sons Shawn, Patrick, Jacob, and Samuel, homesteaders battling to outlive the untamed Western wilderness... A USA Today bestselling writer whose novels ring with authenticity and power... an exhilarating event around the border of Mexico—up opposed to an enemy extra robust and lethal than any the O'Briens may well ever envision...
New Mexico Territory is not any stranger to undesirable males. yet south of the border, at the wild Mexican sea coast, is one other form of depraved: a murderous Arab with a boat choked with stolen women—to be offered as intercourse slaves within the 4 corners of the area. between them is a lacking neighborhood university instructor Shawn O'Brien has been looking for—a lady with a previous she's saved rigorously hidden. Now Shawn, besides a half-mad endure hunter and a pro hangman struggle their solution to the coast for a blood-soaked conflict among the slavers and the U.S. military. whilst the motion runs aground, O'Brien will get his probability: to stand down an Arab sheik who earnings from human misery... and makes a game of slaughter...
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No. " She found the courage to meet the man's skeptical look. "I was too afraid to look around, Officer. " She held his gaze, willing him to accept her lie. Pete Michaels knew the woman was lying, but there was no way he could prove it. If she had seen the man who was now at the top of the FBI's most wanted list, she certainly wasn't going to admit to it. He knew the only way he might gain her cooperation was to scare it out of her. " He studied her eyes as he spoke. "Because if he thought you could identify him, he'd come after you, Miss Collins.
He turned on his way to the door and looked at her, willing her eyes to his, but she stubbornly refused. " Brenna looked up. Tears were falling silently down her cheeks and her lips were trembling. She wanted to scream when he came to her, knelt beside the couch and reached out a hand to cup her cheek. "You have nothing to fear, Brenna," he said softly. " His thumb stroked her chin. " He turned his hand so that his knuckles grazed her cheek, then he stood and walked away. "If you need us, you call," Michaels suggested as he joined his partner at the open door.
Not giving herself time to make excuses to stay put, she came from behind the desk. There was just enough light filtering in through the vertical blinds behind her so she could make her way to the door without stumbling into a chair or filing cabinet. She put her ear to the panel and listened. Hesitantly—and with a great deal of care—she eased open her office door, blinking against the intrusion of light glaring at her from the hallway. With her bottom lip caught firmly between her teeth, she slowly poked her head into the corridor.