Marc Cameron certainly knows how to write highly memorable Action Thrillers. It really sends a chill down your spine how real this scenario could be, with deadly gas killing hundreds of people. I really enjoy his writing style, and I found it hard to pull myself away from such a great plot. Jericho Quinn is a tough guy character you really can’t help but like, and he’s definitely the sort of man you want on your side. Many Russians thought the old MIG17 base near Providenya Bay was closed, and was no longer used. They probably didn’t realise that the base was used for storing chemical weapons, and was still in use today. One of Russia’s top scientist Dr Kostya Volodin was working with a very dangerous chemical weapon called the Novo Archangelsk. When an operator at another Russian station notices that there are a lot of dead fish floating in the water at Providenya, and unfortunately that’s just the beginning. Reports come in that there are at least 27 dead people in the area, and it doesn’t take them long to realise that there is probably a chemical leak. They find that Dr Volodin is missing, along with a supply of the Novo Archangelsk. The big question is, has he sold it onto others for a profit, and who to. They track him down to an airport in Alaska, and they now know he’s definitely going to defect. The only lead the Russians have is Dr Volodin’s son Petyr that lives in New York. When people start to suddenly die in Texas from what appears to be a chemical attack of a suspected nerve agent that the Russians begin to worry. Early on reports are that the attacks have been carried out by Islamist Terrorist’s. Another chemical gas attack is carried out shortly after in Los Angeles killing a lot of innocent people, and this is when the National Security Advisor gets in contact with Jericho Quinn. Quinn was currently at home in Alaska with his girlfriend Veronica “Ronnie” Garcia, where they were both recovering from their run in with the Chinese Terrorist. However the National Security Advisor needs them to get back in the game and hunt down who is responsible for these gas attacks. Especially since the Novo Archangelsk is over 10 times stronger than the deadly Sarin gas. This is an exciting adrenaline filled Action Thriller, and it is definitely worth a read.