Not all monsters are created equal.
Cane was trained from birth by the U.S. government to be the world’s deadliest assassin. However, Red Delta, the secretive program that made him, was exposed for targeting American citizens and shut down. Now the FBI is hunting Cane and has forced him into hiding, where he does odd jobs that suit his set of skills and keep his instincts sharp.
Despite his life in the shadows, someone still manages to track him down and leaves him a cryptic message on an outdated cassette player—one that upends his entire life all over again.
The voice wants his help investigating the phenomenon of ordinary men who’ve been disappearing by the thousands, leaving their families and careers behind, only to turn up elsewhere in the country bearing a strange marking. There are plenty of whispered conspiracy theories, but the mysterious messenger offers one that she can prove is true: A group of terrorists are recruiting these men, genetically altering them, and turning them into terrorists in a twisted quest for global domination.
The informant leads Cane to recruit the help of Daniel, a colossal man with a violent past who’s had his own colorful run-ins with the marked men. There’s one big problem: he’s currently serving time for murder.
Cane and Daniel may be the only ones capable of stopping the terrorists, but they’re badly outnumbered and must fight to stay ahead of the FBI Agents who have been hunting Cane since the assassin program was terminated.
Strap in for a thrill-ride that’ll have you questioning where that fine line between bad and evil is, while leaving you hoping the biggest monster is on your side.