What if our very survival rested in the hands of one man? A dead one... Iraq, 2003: Navy SEAL Austin McCord meets with his own end when he takes a lethal bullet. A single heartbeat, and all is lost. But after more than a decade Austin awakens with no sign of an injury; not even a scar. Held in a subterranean medical facility in present-day London, Austin discovers no explanation for the death he so clearly remembers. There are only two things present for him to see: a picture of his twin sister sitting on a table beside his bed, and a body - absent its head - lying in a pool of blood on the floor. Fearing for his sister's safety, Austin pushes his questions and confusion aside and races to find Angelique. Unfortunately, a killer is heading in the exact same direction as the heroic SEAL - an infamous murderer suspected to be dead long ago, who has miraculously survived to continue his rampage. As Austin attempts to save his sister, a web of lies, cover-ups, and a historical past unveils itself. He soon discovers that he and his loved ones are major targets in a far greater war that began long ago at the hands of a secret society known as the Morvicti. The deeper Austin plunges into their realm, the more escape seems impossible. And the harder he fights, the clearer it becomes that not only does Angelique's life depend on him, but so does the rest of mankind.
Praise for this book
"Thrilling and chilling, full of poignant and naked emotion. A wild escapade." - Steve Berry
Used availability for Lee Swift's Morvicti Blood
January 2016 : USA Paperback