Title: Point of Honor
Author: Medland, Maurice
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation, New York
Publication Date: 1997
Edition: First Edition
Book Condition: F
D-j Condition: F
Synopsis: “One of the best adventure writers today. A master storyteller.” – Clive Cussler
Two men separated by a strict code of honor locked in a lethal game of international terror . . .
Jorge Cordoba has schemed and murdered his way to the top of a Colombian drug cartel intent on bankrupting the industrialized nations of the world. But when the freighter delivering the goods that will secure the cartel’s – and Cordoba’s – future goes missing, he’s thrown into a life or death struggle to recover it.
Enter Navy Lieutenant Daniel Blake, a former merchant marine officer who’s just been ordered to lead a boarding party of seven men and one woman onto an abandoned freighter. In the hull of the freighter are thirty tons of cocaine, $350 million in cash – and half a dozen corpses with their tongues cut out.
Separated from his own ship with a typhoon rapidly approaching, Blake and his team are plunged into a battle of terror against not one, but two treacherous enemies – Cordoba’s strike force racing to the scene and a savage murderer who is still aboard.
At the heart of this electrifying novel are two very different men, separated by their morality and strict code of honor, bound together in a deadly game of power and survival that each must fight to the very end.