Going deep cover inside the CIA, the acclaimed author of DEVIANT WAYS serves up a gripping suspense novel about a standoff between a CIA operative and a killer with a perfect record. The CIA is facing an unknown enemy. His genius: the ability to steal prototype weapons with unimaginable destructive powers, and leave no trace of their whereabouts. ...
Going deep cover inside the CIA, the acclaimed author of DEVIANT WAYS serves up a gripping suspense novel about a standoff between a CIA operative and a killer with a perfect record. The CIA is facing an unknown enemy. His genius: the ability to steal prototype weapons with unimaginable destructive powers, and leave no trace of their whereabouts. The weapons never appear on any black market. They're never used to wage a battle on US soil. And they're never sold to foreign agents. It's as if they simply vanish. But a top-secret CIA operation is one step ahead of the game. They know the next target. A company in Texas has developed a military combat uniform that renders a soldier virtually invisible. Optical camouflage offers limitless possibilities - and no one knows that better than CIA operative Steve Conway. But as Conway and his team set the trap for the elusive thief, things go terribly wrong. A hair-raising blend of mystery, manhunt and terror, WORLD WITHOUT END is an electrifying, page-turning novel of suspense by an author destined to join the ranks of the masters.
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Publishers Weekly, 2001-10-15 You can't keep track of the psychopaths without a scorecard in Mooney's second nonstop action thriller (after Deviant Ways). There's Amon Faust, aka Angel Eyes, a semibenevolent terrorist with a germ fetish, who just wants to cleanse the world and start again, but isn't above taking abrupt personal action against an annoying cell phone user. There's Jonathan Cole, a rogue intelligence agent who likes to bite people's ears off. There's Raymond Bouchard, who looks like a powerful Hollywood agent, but really runs a top secret CIA unit called IWAC (Information War Analysis Center) and might just be a Russian mole like Aldrich Ames or Robert Hansen. And there's Misha, a "densely packed three-hundred-pound animal" who is one of the Red Mafiya's most feared enforcers and once "made a woman eat a bowl of what he called homemade Grape-nuts: small rocks and sand mixed with milk." Slightly more sane is hero Steve Conway, an IWAC team leader based in Austin, Tex., where Angel Eyes (or somebody else) is trying to steal the prototype for a neat new invention: an optical camouflage suit that makes the wearer invisible. Equipped with a special Palm Pilot to die for, Conway tries to keep the suit from falling into the wrong hands. Mooney's writing is occasionally clumpy ("He could feel his anger building, the way a car slowly warms up on a frigid New England winter morning"), but his imagination leaves nothing to be desired. Agent, Pam Bernstein. (Nov. 13) Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.
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