Piercing the Darkness (The Deepest Darkness #2)



Piercing the Darkness (The Deepest Darkness #2) Get Set For The Continuation Of The Deepest Darkness Series With This Sequel To Running Into The Darkness By D A Bale Samantha Bartlett Is Running For Her Life Haunted By Her Past Actions And With Nearly Every Government Agency On The Manhunt, Samantha Lives Alone And Off The Grid But Those Who Have Come Under Her Care Won T Let Her Simply Shove Them Aside Surrounded By The Unlikeliest Of Humanity, Samantha Still Feels The Sharp Sting Of Loneliness, But For The First Time In Years She Also Tastes The Sweetness Of Freedom For The Moment For FBI Agent Joe Roberts, Washington D.C Has Become Too Dicey Since President Warner S Murder And A Constant Reminder Of His Encounter With Their Primary Suspect An Opportunity Arises To Continue Investigating Oleander Enterprises And What Has Become Known As The Hitler Survival Conspiracy Key Documents Are Making Their Way From Classified Vaults Back To Where Experiments First Took Place Joe Stops At Nothing To Intercept Them, Even When His Actions Place Him On The Elite S Short List And The FBI S Debrille S Plans For An Elite Empire Are Nearing Fruition, But Without The Brilliant Dr Marcus, His Life S Work Threatens To Crumble The Bartlett Woman Needs To Be Silenced Before Ruining His Carefully Devised Schemes Debrille Is Tired Of Games With Mere Jokers, But The Ace Is In Position And Only Waiting To Be Played The Search For The Truth Brings The Participants To A Breaking Point Collision The Battle Lines Are Redrawn As Reality Pierces A Lifetime Of Lies And Freedom Can Only Be Found In Truth.

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  • Paperback
  • 330 pages
  • Piercing the Darkness (The Deepest Darkness #2)
  • D.A. Bale
  • English
  • 06 January 2017
  • 1499319967

10 thoughts on “Piercing the Darkness (The Deepest Darkness #2)

  1. Elnora Romness says:

    LONG STORY SHORTD.A Bale has successfully followed up a tremendously good book with an equally tremendous sequel that dutifully captures the essence of the characters and plot situations, while doing the entire story justice and still leaving me wantingwhen my Kindle says you are at the end A heinous, sinister, baleful, and disgusting plot which contains elements that would intrigue The Brain of Pinky and The Brain has caught our heroine in its clutches, a humanitarian whose soft h LONG STORY SHORTD.A Bale has successfully followed up a tremendously good book with an equally tremendous sequel that dutifully captures the essence of the characters and plot situations, while doing the entire story justice and still leaving me wantingwhen my Kindle says you are at the end A heinous, sinister, baleful, and disgusting plot which contains elements that would intrigue The Brain of Pinky and The Brain has caught our heroine in its clutches, a humanitarian whose soft heart has been brutally hardened by difficult circumstances and people Heart pumping action, well developed characters, gut wrenching situationsthis book is not for the faint of heart It is rewarding on many levels,...

  2. Jessica Mason says:

    Love this series and can t get enough of it Can t wait to start on the third book

  3. Judi Schmitz says:

    Interestingkeeps you reading till the endcharacters are fiction with a touch of realityenjoyed the readWill read the next one now

  4. Stanley Foshay says:

    I read the first book and was looking forward to the second one, which was very difficult to put down I am very much looking forward to reading the final installment of the series.

  5. barrie tinker says:

    Great readThis book in the series leaves you wantingAction packed and full of surprises Can t wait to read the final book

  6. Cecilia Mitchell says:

    I like the suspense as the book makes me want to keep readingand not put the book down until I ve finished it The problem is the books keep ending with a sequel and I ve yet to solve the mystery.

  7. Donald Urquhart says:

    A bit far fetched but entertaining enough to read all three of these books.

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