Book Review: ‘The Elimination Threat: A James Mason Novel’ By Michael Laurence

by | Aug 9, 2021 | Books | 0 comments

After the events of the last book The Annihilation Protocal, FBI Agent James Mason is more determined than ever to find the thirteen and bring them down. They’re everywhere and James can’t trust most people, including those in the FBI. They always seem to be one step ahead of them. Then one of the thirteen is found murdered and it looks like the work of the mysterious Dragon and that’s would they need to find. Their work takes them to Texas and Mexico, where they discover a toxic chemical weapon has been made and it’s almost as bad as a nuclear weapon. Bread crumbs are being left that they follow but not everything is as it seems. It turns out The Dragon has made his successor and this person keeps getting away. It leads them to Washington and a plan on the American Capitol and a showdown that leads to an alternative plan as well and James Mason must try and stop both and may lose someone close to him in the process.

Another thriling story in the Extinction Agenda series (it’s book number 3) that’s all action and furthers the story of James Mason. It’s a thrill-ride from start to finish and James Mason and crew are forces to be reckoned with. This reads like a stand-alone so no worries if you haven’t read the first two. If you’re looking for a late summer novel to read over the labor day weekend, grap a copy of this book.

You can pick up The Elimination Threat in stores on Tuesday, August 24th from St. Martin’s Press.