Order to Kill by Kyle Mills, based on characters created by Vince Flynn; 2016; $28.99; 374 374 pages; Emily Bestler Books, New York, NY; 978-1-4767-8348-2; checked out from Multnomah County Library, Belmont; 1/2/17-1/4/17
Why did I read this? Because I like the characters that Vince Flynn created in this series and because Kyle Mills is a good author and has done a good job since Vince Flynn passed away.
Mitch Rapp travels the globe again to fight against the enemies of the United States. Pakistan’s nuclear warheads are disappearing and he has to find out how and why they are disappearing. Mitch is being stalked by a assassin being directed by the head of state in a country that is antagonistic to the United States. He is working with Scott Coleman and other members of the crew. He has to deal with a decorator that scares him more than any terrorist he has every faced. He finds a new member of his crew to deal with the decorator while he continues to fight the terrorists and make life safe for those in the United States.