Tucker and Kane’s next adventure

Tucker and Kane’s next adventure is titled, “War Hawk”. Read a sneak peek of their next journey in today’s paperback release of The Kill Switch.

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Who does the U.S. government call upon when a mission requires perfect stealth, execution, and discretion? Meet the newest recruits to the expanding Sigma Force universe—former Army Ranger Tucker Wayne and his stalwart companion, Kane, a military working dog of exceptional abilities — in: THE KILL SWITCH …

Hunted and betrayed at every turn, Tucker and Kane must discover the truth behind a biological threat, a horror out of the ancient past that can be weaponized to terrorize the modern world. The journey of discovery will take the pair across the frozen steppes of Russia to the sun-blasted savannahs of South Africa, from the war-torn mountains of Namibia to the snowy Great Lakes of the United States.

As time rapidly runs out, the deep and intimate bond between dog and soldier will be tested to the extreme. It will take all of their skill, talent, and, most of all, trust in each other to piece to piece together a mysery going back to teh origins of life on Earth, to discover the key to tan ancient peril that can destroy the heartland of America, and, with it, the world.

 

6 Comments

  1. Glee B. Wilder
    Posted May 28, 2015 at 3:17 PM | Permalink

    I just finished the audio book of ‘Kill Switch’…what a ride! I can’t wait for the next book. The Blood series are great too. I’m building an audio book library of Rollins, and Rollins and Friends books. Any chance ‘Ice Hunt’, ‘Amazonia’ and ‘Excavation’ will come out as audio books? These audio books are so entertaining and make my daily commute to/from work something I really look forward to, although I have noticed as the story grows more intense I have a tendency to push down on the accelerator.

    Keep ’em comin’! I just love these novels.

  2. Liz W
    Posted October 23, 2016 at 2:43 PM | Permalink

    This page says this is their next adventure. What book was their first adventure? Thank you.

    • James Rollins
      Posted October 23, 2016 at 6:06 PM | Permalink

      The first Tucker Wayne book is The Kill Switch. However, I introduced these characters in my recent Sigma Force adventures.

  3. Jason Boyer
    Posted December 22, 2016 at 10:22 AM | Permalink

    I just finished The Seventh Plague and it was another great book. What I’m wondering now is how long do we have to wait for the next Tucker Wayne and Kane novel?

  4. George mc
    Posted January 16, 2017 at 7:00 PM | Permalink

    Someone turned me on to your books, I started with sandstorm ( the 1st sigma novel) the next thing I know I’ve read all of the sigma force novels other than 7th plague of course it hadn’t come out yet so I went through and read all of your one off novels finding sigma characters sprinkled throughout I have since of course read the 7th plague and of course it was brilliant but I still find myself craving more tucker & Kane and I’m sure the rest of your fans are missing them too. Taking one of the oldest and beloved ideas of a boy and his dog and turning it into a man and his partner is genius I really hope the two can find some more trouble shortly. For those of you with no more Rollins left to read like myself I find Tom wood and his (victor series) is a good way to fill the time while we await another Rollins gem . Book #1 in the victor series is called the killer just a suggestion while we wait .

  5. Rosemary Safran
    Posted February 2, 2017 at 1:29 PM | Permalink

    I also am waiting for another Tusker Wayne book. My husband was a Ranger in the Korean War . I so admire the men who work and serve with the incredible dogs of the military. I am 81 years of age now and not much to do but read. I also enjoy the Sigma Force books. Between you and Steve Berry I stay busy. I’m also a Jack Higgins fan.

    Thank you for hours of good reading.

    Rosemary

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