In HOUR OF THE ASSASSIN, author Matthew Quirk spins a tale of murder, betrayal, political greed, and conspiracy, inspired by stories he covered as a reporter for The Atlantic.
Former Secret Service agent Nick Averose knows that “assassination is a tense, sweaty business.” It’s his job.
After serving 10 years as a Secret Service agent in the West Wing detail, Nick is now a private security consultant who poses as an assassin to identify security weaknesses for high-profile government individuals. Because the Washington elite know that Nick “can get to anyone,” he’s the perfect person to frame for a murder that takes place during his security audit of the former CIA director.
Read the rest of my review in The Big Thrill.