Author: M.A. Rothman
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars
Levi is a “fixer” in a fix.
The CIA needs his help. The Russian mob wants him dead.
With enemies closing in and nowhere to turn, he learns that the one person who may hold all the answers … is his dead wife.
Levi Yoder is a member of the Mafia and a fixer of people’s problems. He takes on issues where the law is otherwise unable to help.
Unfortunately, Levi can’t fix the problem he’s facing.
Having been diagnosed with a terminal case of cancer, Levi readies himself for death, but what he didn’t prepare himself for was waking up one morning and learning that he’s in complete remission.
PERIMETER is a story of a man thrust back into a life he’d assumed was over.
When he finds that he and the rest of his family are targets of what the CIA claims are elements of the Russian mob, Levi reluctantly agrees to help in whatever way he can.
As Levi immerses himself in the seedy underbelly of international organized crime and politics, he learns that he’s being targeted for something his now-dead wife did.
It’s quickly evident that the people he knows can’t be trusted and the problems he needs to fix may be beyond his substantial skills.
About the Author:
I’m one of the most unlikely novelists you’ll ever meet. I’m an engineer first and foremost, with a background in the sciences. Oh, and now a USA TODAY bestselling author – I’m still a bit surprised about that.
I primarily write stories that focus on two things: technology and international intrigue. After all, I know technology, and being an army brat as well as the first born American in my family, I’ve traveled extensively in my life. For you literary nerds (myself included), that means I write things that span the genres of science fiction, techno-thriller, and mainstream thrillers.
When I’m not writing, I enjoy cooking, learning about new things, travel, and spending time with my family.
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