By Jonathan Maberry
In Assassin's Code, the fourth e-book in New York Times bestselling writer Jonathan Maberry’s Joe Ledger series, Joe Ledger and the DMS pass on a constant chase to forestall an historic order of killers from plunging the full international into Holy War.
When Joe Ledger and Echo group rescue a bunch of yank university teenagers held hostage in Iran, the Iranian executive then asks them to assist locate six nuclear bombs planted within the Mideast oil fields. those stolen WMDs will lead Joe and Echo Team into hidden vaults of forbidden wisdom, mass-murder, betrayal, and a brotherhood of genetically-engineered killers with a thirst for blood. followed by means of the attractive murderer known as Violin, Joe follows a sequence of clues to discover the booklet of Shadows, which includes a frightening fact that threatens to shatter his complete worldview. they are saying the reality will set you free…not this time. The secrets and techniques of the Assassin’s Code will set the realm ablaze.
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John Woo—the Chinese director—always has white doves in his ﬁlms. I can’t do that, nor can I do a Hitchcock and appear in every book [laughs]. I don’t make plans like that, the future’s the future and I let it come along as it does. What do you make of current horror ﬁlms, like The Ring, Saw and Silent Hill? I’m not too keen on horror ﬁlms, believe it or not. There are so many trashy ones around. Some [horror ﬁlms] I really like and others just leave me—I can’t even say cold— they just leave me ﬂat, you know, nothing.
It was as stupid as that [laughs]. Naïve to imagine that I could actually get published by doing one book. Fortunately that was exactly what happened, I did the book and it got published. So then I became a writer. Five years later, and with ﬁve books behind me, I became a fulltime writer. A combination of ideas that inspired The Rats. Yeah, it was the old Bela Lugosi Dracula ﬁlm where a thousand rats were outside the manor, staring into the house with red eyes—which was very visual to me. It was also from the circumstances where I used to live, where I was brought up in the East End of London, where there were lots of rats.
It wasn’t, because I would have recognized them anyway, but we were just making sure. But that’s the only ghost I’ve seen. I mean, I stood in that hallway and I shouted, I called to it. I just wanted it to come back so I could really see what it was all about, but unfortunately that was it; it was gone. But it couldn’t possibly have been anybody else. Did you ﬁnd out anything about the history of the place afterwards? No, the place was fairly modern. The only thing was that it had these great Spanish doors, with all these carved ﬁgures, naked ﬁgures up to all kinds of things—it was all sortof Aleister Crowley stuff.