Operation Navajo: A Tracker Novel by Anita Dickason

Dickason is back with another realistic and incredibly researched adventure.  Her well written and detailed stories are so expertly presented that I have trouble stopping at any point.  Highlighting a new member of the team, Savvy, had the bonus of adding a personal touch to the dual plots.  I learned a lot about the Federal Reserve and even impressed the Hubby at dinner one night!  The compelling story and story within are written with sophistication and make it imperative that you keep the pages turning.

I enjoy this series for a plethora of reasons.  Most importantly, it is always a great story and fascinating characters with a little something extra, but each book can stand on its own with a web that attaches it to the other books.  Being organized, I always want to read in order, but it is not necessary with this series.  So start with this one and then go back and see where the others lead you. 

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“Whoever controls the flow of the money supply, irrespective of whether it is fiat or gold currency, is the one to fear.”

Apprehensive over a cryptic note left in his coat pocket, Frank Littleton’s phone call to the head of the FBI Tracker Unit at three in the morning has Scott Fleming rushing out the door.

The clandestine meeting at a run-down diner leaves Scott holding a political time bomb when he discovers someone intends to assassinate Frank. He’s got to come up with a plan to protect the 2nd most powerful man in the government. Frank Littleton is the Federal Reserve Chairman.

When another bizarre message, along with a baffling set of bank reports, is sent to the Tracker office, the urgency to find answers intensifies. Is the message, written in a decades-old code used by the Navajo Code Talkers in World War II, a communique from the dead? Who sent it? Why are the bank reports important? Are they linked to the imminent launch of the fiercely contested gold-backed currency?

A new Tracker agent and financial crimes expert joins forces with an undercover Interpol agent. The case turns deadly when they infiltrate the inner sanctum of the Federal Reserve and become the target for an assassin’s bullet.

Stalked by a killer, can they survive to stop the assassination and prevent a global financial cataclysm?

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