A stolen piece of history, an abducted actress and international intrigue…

When the Deringer pistol that shot Abraham Lincoln is stolen and ends up in the hands of a Russian military general, covert agent Blake Deco is tasked by the FBI to head to the Balkans to recover the historical weapon. Meanwhile, the United States media is abuzz with news of the mysterious disappearance of Hollywood movie star, Goldie St. Helen.

After Blake’s return from overseas, he receives a tip from a Mexican friend that a drug lord, obsessed with the beautiful actress, is holding her captive in Tijuana. With the help of a reluctant army friend, Blake mounts a daring rescue. What he doesn’t expect is to have feelings for Goldie—or that a killer is hunting them.

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Jennifer's Review
It’s a very good book. I really enjoyed reading it.
It’s about a guy named Blake who is hired to retrieve a stolen gun that was used to kill a president. He does retrieve it, then is again hired to rescue an actress from a drug lord named Dai Lo. He and a friend named Jack go hunting for the actress and rescue her. That pisses off the drug lord who, in turn, tries to get the actress back and does anything he can.
Does he succeed? What bad things does he do to get her back? What happens to Blake and Jack? Do they succeed in keeping her from being taken back?
This book is so cool it should be made into a movie.
I give it 5 stars.

Author Bio
Khaled Talib is a former journalist with local and international exposure. He has authored three thrillers since 2014. His work has been praised by NY Times bestselling author Gayle Lynds, NY Times bestselling author Ruth Harris, USA Today bestselling author Jon Land, NY Times bestselling author Keith Thomson, K.J. Howe, and Jon McGoran.

His debut thriller, Smokescreen, was listed as one of the six "boundary-breaking indies" in 2016 by the IndieReader. His second novel, Incognito, won the Silver Award for the AuthorsDB Book Cover Contest 2017. Gun Kiss is his third novel.

The author, who resides in Singapore, is a member of the International Thriller Writers.