Christopher Whitcomb is the author of the novel Black and Cold Zero, a memoir of his 15-year tenure in the FBI. A recipient of the FBI’s Medal of Bravery for exceptional courage in the line of duty, he left the FBI in 2002 to become a novelist.
"A thriller debut that's driven by veracity—too much of it at times: Savile Row! Ferragamo! Hugo Boss!—tethered to a fraught reality that may well be happening right now."
A neatly constructed debut, with all the black op trimmings—and a neurotic amount of brand-naming—by Whitcomb (Cold Zero, 2001), who's been in the belly of this beast as a member of the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team.
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