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The Bogota File

(2024)
(The second book in the Jacob Hunter series)
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Espionage and politics synthesize as Jacob Hunter rushes to stop a conspiracy of the highest order...

PERENNIAL USA TODAY BESTSELLER DAVID ARCHER JOINS NEW THRILLER AUTHOR DAMIEN WILD IN AN ACTION-PACKED ESPIONAGE THRILLER OF THE LIKES OF VINCE FLYNN, DAVID BALDACCI, AND LEE CHILD.

In the heart of Bogotá, Colombia, a wealthy businessman vanishes, abducted by a powerful new drug cartel under the command of the ruthless Adolfo Sanchez. Jacob Hunter, a skilled operative for the top-secret organization Skia, is tasked with finding and rescuing the kidnapped businessman, Paul Brohman.

Assigned the codename “Montoya,” Jacob navigates the dangerous criminal underworld, leveraging savant-like linguistic skills and undercover expertise. As he delves deeper, Jacob uncovers a web of corruption involving the CIA, with agents working against the government’s interests.

But the stakes skyrocket when Jacob discovers the true motive behind Brohman’s abduction – a conspiracy to flood American neighborhoods with drugs, orchestrated by CIA operatives backing a rival presidential candidate. With the incumbent’s re-election campaign hanging by a thread, Jacob must confront the shadowy figures orchestrating the plot.
From the bustling streets of Bogotá to the dense jungles of southern Mexico, “The Bogotá File” is a gripping thriller packed with unexpected twists and heart-pounding suspense. Will Jacob uncover the truth before it’s too late, or will he become another casualty in this deadly game of international espionage?

“The Bogotá File” is a pulse-pounding thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the final page. Get ready for a wild ride through the underbelly of Colombia’s chaotic capital, where danger lurks around every corner and trust is a luxury few can afford.


Genre: Thriller

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