First of all, let me wish all of you a Happy Holiday season, a great Christmas, and a very joyous and prosperous New Year. It's coming! Serving suggestion: Cold Left for dead, John Logan awakens to find his home destroyed, his lover Teri at death’s door, his best friend Killian…gone. Injured and alone, Logan must venture into the dark underworld of greed, treachery, and human trafficking. Fighting to protect the life of an innocent witness, desperate to uncover the truth about the man behind the bombing, his enemy has everything—limitless power and money. Logan has only his hunger for revenge. And that’s all he needs.
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A woman who sits beside me in my church choir remarked to me tonight that she's enjoying Survivor's Affair. "You spin a good yarn," she says. "I'm liking it except for the language. I was thinking that doesn't sound like the person that I know." I took it as a compliment. If you've read any of my books you know that the first one--Survivor's Affair--has the most explicit language of all of my books. Subsequent novels have the occasional hell or damn or even an ass now and then but that's about it. Even so, those who know me well, know that I don't use foul language in my personal life. At least I try not to. But Survivor's Affair--and all the Logan novels for that matter--aren't narrated by Rick Nichols. They're narrated by John Logan. Logan is a former Green Beret and spy. He's not a churchgoing person and has friends who are not either. And there comes a time when you have to find that fine line between uphol