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Robert Ludlum's The Janson Command

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Robert Ludlum's The Janson Command

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Reformed from his days of covert operations, Paul Janson has set a new mission for himself. Working in partnership with champion sharpshooter Jessica Kincaid, he rehabilitates disenchanted agents and helps them create new lives outside of the violent intelligence sector. These former operatives then form a network of support for Janson when it comes to his other job—Janson also takes on independent assignments. For a fee, he'll use his skills to resolve international crises but only those actions that he believes contribute to the greater good of all.

Whether he's rescuing an American doctor from Somali pirates, attacking militant thugs intent on murdering a West African public servant agitating for human rights, or hunting the moneylenders who capitalize on barbaric civil war, Janson stays honest with three simple rules: no torture, no civilian casualties, and no killing anyone who doesn't try to kill them.

Yet with his commitment to doing what is right while facing canny intelligence operatives, ruthless warlords, deep-sea marauders, or brutal dictators, Janson finds that his most difficult task is figuring out if he's fighting for the good side.

Reformed from his days of covert operations, Paul Janson has set a new mission for himself. Working in partnership with champion sharpshooter Jessica Kincaid, he rehabilitates disenchanted agents and helps them create new lives outside of the violent intelligence sector. These former operatives then form a network of support for Janson when it comes to his other job—Janson also takes on independent assignments. For a fee, he'll use his skills to resolve international crises but only those actions that he believes contribute to the greater good of all.

Whether he's rescuing an American doctor from Somali pirates, attacking militant thugs intent on murdering a West African public servant agitating for human rights, or hunting the moneylenders who capitalize on barbaric civil war, Janson stays honest with three simple rules: no torture, no civilian casualties, and no killing anyone who doesn't try to kill them.

Yet with his commitment to doing what is right while facing canny intelligence operatives, ruthless warlords, deep-sea marauders, or brutal dictators, Janson finds that his most difficult task is figuring out if he's fighting for the good side.

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  • Paul Garrison was born in New York and currently lives in Connecticut. Like his grandfather who wandered the South Seas in the last of the square-rigged trading vessels, he spends as much time as he can at sea working with boats, tugs, and ships. He has published five thrillers, mostly sea-oriented, which include Fire and Ice, Red Sky at Morning, Buried at Sea, Sea Hunter, and The Ripple Effect. He is the author of Robert Ludlum's The Janson Command, a New York Times and USA Today bestseller.

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