The Theseus Conspiracy

A CID Agent Jacqueline Sinclair Novel

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Pub Date 2 Sep 2021 | Archive Date 29 Nov 2021

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Description

CID Special Agent Jacqueline Sinclair, the Army’s famed counterterrorism agent, returns in this chilling and exhilarating sequel to Requiem for the Dead.

A ruthless scheme hatched by one madman threatens to plunge humanity into World War III!

With the theft of seven Russian nuclear suitcase bombs, rogue CIA double agent Matthew Banks code-name Theseus… with the execution of his wife and child at the hands of Russian FSB agents, and the CIA’s treachery, plans his vengeance on Russia and the U.S.

In Germany, the U.S. Intelligence apparatus inadvertently intercepted Banks’ nefarious scheme in a secure message from the Russians. Efforts in tracking Banks have been futile. While the American agents desperately search for answers, the terrorist sets his plan in motion. Sinclair must make the ultimate sacrifice for her country; can she stop Banks before the bombs go off?

CID Special Agent Jacqueline Sinclair, the Army’s famed counterterrorism agent, returns in this chilling and exhilarating sequel to Requiem for the Dead.

A ruthless scheme hatched by one madman...


A Note From the Publisher

Victor M. Alvarez was born in Puerto Rico, and at nine his family moved to New York City and was later drafted into the US Army. He received airborne training, ranger, military police schools and later jungle warfare training. His military awards range from Jump Wings, Vietnam Cross of Gallantry, awards of the Purple Heart, Air Medal, and Army Commendation Medal, among other many awards. He makes his home in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.

Victor M. Alvarez was born in Puerto Rico, and at nine his family moved to New York City and was later drafted into the US Army. He received airborne training, ranger, military police schools and...


Advance Praise

"The writing packs all the punches of a Tom Clancy-esque coldwar nail-biter with a modern edge." –Hollywood Book Reviews

“In this frenetic conspiracy tale, characterization blends smoothly with action to produce a satisfying read.” –Kirkus Reviews

“Fast-paced and complex… Wildly entertaining.” –The Prairies Book Review

“A vivid, full-throttle military thriller featuring a villain that readers will never forget.” –Best Thrillers

“Army CID Agent Jacqueline Sinclair is back in an action-packed, satisfying sequel. Author Victor M. Alvarez has crafted a pulse-pounding thriller that will keep you turning pages long into the night.” –Rick Treon, award-winning author of Divided States

"The writing packs all the punches of a Tom Clancy-esque coldwar nail-biter with a modern edge." –Hollywood Book Reviews

“In this frenetic conspiracy tale, characterization blends smoothly with action...


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This is the first time I have read this author’s works, but I will be going back to get more stories. His writing style is a little different than what I am used to, but I still enjoyed the story. I can’t wait to find out what happens next!

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Utterly professional, full of technical spy and military talk and snappy foreign policy talk, this is rather cold and bloody, full of melodramatic characters and situations. Strangely predictable all the time.. and awfully long .. but those readers who like this kind of rather cliche ridden spy thrillers will like it .. there's incredibility throughout .. a father and daughter, both so high ranking in spy world???.. hmm .. chemistry-less love relationship with another agent? But it goes with the conventional tropes of this genre, ticks all the boxes in energetic prose. So for those readers who love this genre .. 5 stars .. for those who like less forward drive and more developed characters, it's 3 star .. so I'll give it 4 stars...

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