The first 3 full-length thrillers in this globally best-selling series—starting with The Last Nazi—in a great value box set. Read how Johnson uncovers dark truths.
"I am a very big fan of this series." — Amazon reviewer.
THE LAST NAZI:
The buried contents of a Nazi train. An aging SS mass-murderer—with one last unexpected sting in his tail. And the war secrets of a US presidential hopeful’s Jewish family, hidden in London for 70 years.
Joe Johnson is more than intrigued when he learns of a link between the financing for the presidential candidate’s campaign, the Nazi train, and a ruthless British blackmail plot.
But the investigation becomes bigger and more deeply personal than Johnson expects when it turns out the SS Holocaust killer escaped his net years earlier.
THE OLD BRIDGE:
Johnson is sucked into an inquiry that delves into a top CIA man’s corruption. It culminates in an electrifying hunt for a wartime killer in New York City and London, triggered by a dramatic death on a ruined iconic bridge. Johnson and his ex-MI6 colleague Jayne Robinson walk a minefield while hunting an army officer who vanished from Mostar after the Yugoslav civil war with a secret dossier linked to the White House.
A British police chief joins the list of high-profile Northern Ireland serial sniper victims. Tension rises as the US president visits. And the 29-year mystery around an IRA killer’s gruesome death deepens.
Johnson is called in as the sniper’s body count rises. But with the motive unknown, the clock is ticking down as the president and UK prime minister prepare for a G8 world summit near Belfast.
Eventually, Johnson and Jayne Robinson uncover historic hidden files, documents and dark secrets from three decades earlier that certain high-flying public figures would rather remained unread.
AMAZON REVIEWERS ON THE JOE JOHNSON SERIES:
★★★★★ “Every bit a match for Lee Child and Tom Clancy.”
★★★★★ “A great read, has more twists than a country road.”
★★★★★ “Right up there with Silva/Allon.”
★★★★★ “More than a touch of Forsyth.”
★★★★★ “Far better than Ludlum.”
★★★★★ “If you enjoy the work of Vince Flynn and Nelson DeMille, you’ll be happy to discover Andrew Turpin.”
**This thriller comes with a link inside the book allowing readers a COMPLIMENTARY download of a prequel to the Joe Johnson series — The Afghan.**