It hadn’t been long since Colin Pearce’s last heroic action, and now, only time can help heal him from both his physical, and his emotional wounds. While convalescing in the hospital Colin receives a phone call from his longtime friend and fellow pilot, Sarah Morton.
Sarah tells Colin that she is in desperate need of his stellar piloting skills and asks Colin to assist her and her company with a “situation”
Soon, he is introduced to Sarah’s new boss, a tall, stylish man by the name of Adam Archmere. Colin discovers that Archmere has contracted a G-IV plane from Sarah’s company and is using it to make multiple trips to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
The story quickens when Colin finds out from his CIA contacts that the man they know as Adam Archmere, is none other than Abdullah bin Rashid al Qudamah. Eventually, Colin discovers that Qudamah is travelling to ‘Cabo’ to conduct clandestine meetings with several members of the Mexican drug cartel.
Colin’s contacts make it clear that Qudamah is a renegade Saudi prince with ties to the radical Wahhabi sect of Islam and he is hell-bent on destroying America. Colin and the CIA are convinced that there is an imminent danger to the United States if an alliance is ever formed between the cartels and the terrorists. Things couldn’t get much worse for Colin…or could they?
“Chris Broyhill delivers another pulse-pounding, page-turner with enough jet fuel to set your hair on fire,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing. “The Cabo Contract not only lives up to expectations—