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Red Sky Mourning

(2024)
(The seventh book in the James Reece series)
A novel by

 
 
NOW AN AMAZON PRIME TV SERIES STARRING CHRIS PRATT
 
You think you know James Reece. Think again.
 
A storm is on the horizon. America’s days are numbered.
 
A Chinese submarine has gone rogue and is navigating towards the continental United States, putting its nuclear missiles within striking distance of the West Coast.
 
A rising Silicon Valley tech mogul with unknown allegiances is at the forefront of a revolution in quantum computing and Artificial Intelligence.
 
A politician controlled by a foreign power is a breath away from the Oval Office.
 
Three seemingly disconnected events are on a collision course to ignite a power grab unlike anything the world has ever seen.

The country’s only hope is a quantum computer that has gone dark, retreating to the deepest levels of the internet, learning at a rate inconceivable at her inception.
 
But during her time in hiding, she has done more than learn. She has become a weapon, positioned to act as either the country’s greatest saviour or its worst enemy. She is known as ‘Alice’, and her only connection to the outside world is a former Navy SEAL sniper named James Reece who has left the violence of his past life behind.
 
With the walls closing in, James Reece is on a race to dismantle a conspiracy that has forced America to her knees in the latest high-octane page-turner from the ‘hottest author on the thriller scene today’ (The Real Book Spy), #1 New York Times bestseller and former Navy SEAL Jack Carr.

PRAISE FOR JACK CARR: 

'A propulsive and compulsive series. Jack Carr’s James Reece is the kind of guy you’d want to have in your corner. A suspenseful and exhilarating thrill-ride. Jack Carr is the real deal' 
Andy McNab

'This is seriously good . . . the suspense is unrelenting, and the tradecraft is so authentic the government will probably ban it – so read it while you can!' 
Lee Child

'With a particular line in authentic tradecraft, this fabulously unrelenting thrill-ride was a struggle to put down' 
Mark Dawson

'Gritty, raw and brilliant!' 
Tom Marcus

'So powerful, so pulse-pounding, so well-written – rarely do you read a debut novel this damn good' 
Brad Thor

'Carr writes both from the gut and a seemingly infinite reservoir of knowledge in the methods of human combat. Loved it!' 
Chris Hauty

'A powerful, thoughtful, realistic, at times terrifying thriller that I could not put down. A terrific addition to the genre, Jack Carr and his alter-ego protagonist, James Reece, continue to blow me away' 
Mark Greaney

Genre: Thriller

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