Interdiction news

On the heels of Nightfall, the team finds themselves on the verge of an incredible discovery taking them much deeper into the world Arklight has uncovered. Six months after returning from Bizerte, they finally link together the location of another piece of Arma Christi, but the revelation of a darker more ominous threat appears. John and the team must move quickly in order to press the advantage while Nathan and the Chief realize the potential of the next member of Arklight. Arklight candidate, Lieutenant Anne Carter soon finds herself in the middle of a battle she never could have seen coming. 

Richie, Ensign John Bell, and Commander Ian Fleming embark upon the ultra-secret Alsos missions during WW II. They soon realize the Knights Templar journal contains secrets they must decipher during thier fight across Europe. Hilter’s henchmen stay hot on the heels of the group while they track another priceless piece of stolen artwork, but the knowledge gained from Bizerte will start them on a path of purpose. They risk everything in an effort to uncover what secrets the journal actually contains.

The mysterious old CIA operative, Pappy, shows up in the middle of Interdiction to drop a truth on Admiral Grant so mind boggling, he can barely fathom its meaning. A story unfolds further entangling the past with the future while Arklight fights to secure an incredible secret. A secret that will lead them to the ultimate weapon and their true purpose. Arklight: Operation Interdiction will be filled with spies, elite soldiers, history, warfare, and the many secrets of the Knights Templar.

Book 3, Arklight: Task Force Crusader promises to tumble you deeper into the story and will answer the question; How did the binary coding get on the Ghent Alterpiece? Now, that’s going to be a fun story!

Author: Arklight13

I'm a decorated law enforcement professional and long time SWAT cop. I'm a veteran U.S. Marine and a former Special Deputy U.S. Marshal previously assigned to the Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force. Today I still serve in a law enforcement command position, and live in the Birmingham, Alabama area.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s