Burn Notice

Based on the hit USA Network show, the five books in the Burn Notice series, three times a finalist for the Scribe Award, bring Michael Westen (along with his partners Sam and Fiona) to the page in adventures that are the “incarnation of our warrior dreams, but Michael Weston is calmer, funnier, and leaner.”

 


The Fix: Covert spy Michael Westen has found himself in forced seclusion in Miami and a little paranoid. Watched by the FBI, cut off from intelligence contacts, and with his assets frozen, Weston is on ice with a warning: stay there or get disappeared. Driven to find out who burned him and why, he’s biding his time helping people with nowhere else to turn. People like socialite Cricket O’Connor whose own husband has vanished, along with her fortune…

The End GameEx-covert op Michael Westen has a new client. Paolo Fornelli is Helmsman for a yacht in the Hurricane Cup-a winner-take-all race financed by the super-rich and preceded by a week of highstakes gambling, high-risk business, and high-class attitude. Paolo’s family has been taken hostage. If Paolo ever wants to see them again, he must make it to the final race-and lose. To find the kidnappers, Michael will have to infiltrate high society and enter a deadly game against deadlier opponents in a world where money isn’t the only thing worth killing for…

The Giveaway: Ex-covert op Michael Westen owes favors to Barry, the local money launderer. Now Barry wants to call those favors in. Barry has a friend, Bruce, who is an ex-legendary gentleman thief. But with an ailing mother to support, Bruce has returned to his illegal vocation. Unfortunately, his most recent job involved stealing from the notorious Ghouls motorcycle gang, and they’re looking for some serious payback. Unless Michael can convince them otherwise…

The Reformed:Once a hard-case gangbanger, famous philanthropist Father Santiago is being pressured to aid his former gang or have his crimes exposed. He can’t go to the cops, but he can go to his old friend-burned covert operative Michael Westen.

The Bad Beat: Michael Westen is still in Miami, trying to survive as a spy without a country. Brent Grayson is a nineteen-year-old college kid who claims to own a company that doesn’t really exist. And Michael has to save Brent’s father from loan sharks and fend off sinister Russian businessman who see every takeover as an opportunity to be hostile.