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Mitch Rapp, the CIA’s top operative, searches for a high-level mole with the power to rewrite the world order in this riveting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author Vince Flynn, written by Kyle Mills.

Mitch Rapp has worked for a number of presidents over his career, but Anthony Cook is unlike any he’s encountered before. Cunning and autocratic, he feels no loyalty to America’s institutions and is distrustful of the influence Rapp and CIA director Irene Kennedy have in Washington.

Meanwhile, when Kennedy discovers evidence of a mole scouring the Agency’s database for sensitive information on Nicholas Ward, the world’s first trillionaire, she convinces Rapp to take a job protecting him. In doing so, he finds himself walking an impossible tightrope: Keep the man alive, but also use him as bait to uncover a traitor who has seemingly unlimited access to government secrets.

As the attacks on Ward become increasingly dire, Rapp and Kennedy are dragged into a world where the lines between governments, multinational corporations, and the hyper-wealthy fade. An environment in which liberty, nationality, and loyalty are meaningless. Only the pursuit of power remains.

As “one of the best thriller writers on the planet” ( The Real Book Spy), Kyle Mills has created another nail-biter that not only echoes the America of today, but also offers a glimpse into its possible future.

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"Terrific." ― Booklist (starred review)

“This one is  not to be missed.” ― The Real Book Spy

"Scarily headline-realistic, super fast, heart-thumping, read with an explosive ending that will leave Mitch Rapp fans reeling with disbelief and sadness." ― Tracy Reader Dad Book Reviews

"Delivers the goods."  ― Publishers Weekly

"Sizzling storytelling at its level best — the kind of thriller you hope doesn’t mirror reality, while fearing it does from the moment you flip the last page." ― Providence Journal

About the Author

#1 New York Times bestselling author Vince Flynn (1966–2013) created one of contemporary fiction’s most popular heroes: CIA counterterrorist agent Mitch Rapp, featured in thirteen of Flynn’s acclaimed political thrillers. All of his novels are New York Times bestsellers, including his stand-alone debut novel, Term Limits.

Kyle Mills is the #1  New York Times bestselling author of twenty-one political thrillers, including  Total PowerLethal Agent, and  Red War for Vince Flynn and  The Patriot Attack for Robert Ludlum. He initially found inspiration from his father, the former director of Interpol, and still draws on his contacts in the intelligence community to give his books such realism. Avid outdoor athletes, he and his wife split their time between Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and Granada, Spain. Visit his website at KyleMills.com or connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @KyleMillsAuthor.

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JC
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fell Apart
Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2021
This book started off great and was looking like it would be one of my favorites BUT toward the end began to go downhill. It got worse and worse and the last chapters and the ending were so bad I couldn''t give it more than 1 star and that''s too many. I felt angry and... See more
This book started off great and was looking like it would be one of my favorites BUT toward the end began to go downhill. It got worse and worse and the last chapters and the ending were so bad I couldn''t give it more than 1 star and that''s too many. I felt angry and disgusted when I closed the book. Surely my copy of the book was flawed and missing a couple chapters that tied up some of the loose ends. Mills must have been desperate trying to come up with some sort of shocking final twist.

Another review suggested long-time avid Rapp/Flynn fans (like me) should not read this book. I totally agree! I wish I hadn''t.
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Robert D.
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Good like normal, but left too much unresolved...
Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2021
I''ve been a long-time fan of the Mitch Rapp series and was even reading them before Vince Flynn passed away. I''ve also enjoyed many books by Kyle Mills. However, I felt this book was below the quality I normally expect. The ending seemed rushed with many issues... See more
I''ve been a long-time fan of the Mitch Rapp series and was even reading them before Vince Flynn passed away. I''ve also enjoyed many books by Kyle Mills. However, I felt this book was below the quality I normally expect. The ending seemed rushed with many issues unresolved. I do understand that some of these larger issues, such as the situation with the Cooks or the corruption high up in the Saudi government might be resolved in a future book, but there are way too many little things where the reader is left hanging. I won''t go into detail here because I don''t want to spoil things, but if you''re a fan you''ll know what I mean when you finish the book. I get the feeling that Kyle started off great but then was coming up to a deadline and had to rush to finish the book. That''s too bad really. I should have went on for another 100 pages or so and tied up a few things.
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PContarino
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Mediocre at Best
Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2021
I was a fan of Flynn''s. I think Rapp is one of the best characters in this genre (the other being John Welles from Alex Berenson). Mills has done a decent job of carrying on since Flynn''s death. This book started off well enough but really got bogged down fairly quickly. I... See more
I was a fan of Flynn''s. I think Rapp is one of the best characters in this genre (the other being John Welles from Alex Berenson). Mills has done a decent job of carrying on since Flynn''s death. This book started off well enough but really got bogged down fairly quickly. I simply didn''t care about the characters or the ridiculous plot of the first trillionaire who inexplicably lives in Africa. In an unstable part to boot. The more interesting part of the plot took place in D.C. with the machinations of the administration, though the dialogue between the President and the First Lady was not particularly believable. I don''t want to give any spoilers. The ending concerning a long running character was even more absurd. Ridiculous in fact. And the book doesn''t resolve many issues. Perhaps there was a deadline for Mills. At any rate I will not be buying any subsequent Rapp novels.
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Shawn Cross
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Hard-hitting action!
Reviewed in the United States on September 14, 2021
Hard-hitting action. Bond-like gadgets. Swelling suspense. Clairvoyant plotting. Gallows humor. Unsuspected betrayal. And a twist you’ll never see coming. Kyle Mills outdoes himself again with this latest addition to the Mitch Rapp saga. ENEMY AT THE GATES sucked... See more
Hard-hitting action. Bond-like gadgets. Swelling suspense. Clairvoyant plotting. Gallows humor. Unsuspected betrayal. And a twist you’ll never see coming.

Kyle Mills outdoes himself again with this latest addition to the Mitch Rapp saga. ENEMY AT THE GATES sucked me in immediately. And once I turned the last page I wanted more. *Needed* more. If you thought TOTAL POWER was the best in the series so far, wait until you get a load of this banger.
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John Racine
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Mitch Rapp and Kyle Mills Strike Again
Reviewed in the United States on September 14, 2021
Kyle Mills hits it out of the park with this latest Mitch Rapp novel. Struggling to balance his new life outside of Washington, Mitch gets pulled into the middle of a saga different than anything he has ever encountered before. Not the Russians and not a... See more
Kyle Mills hits it out of the park with this latest Mitch Rapp novel.

Struggling to balance his new life outside of Washington, Mitch gets pulled into the middle of a saga different than anything he has ever encountered before. Not the Russians and not a Terrorist faction, Mitch deals with the threat coming from a very unexpected source.

I could not put this book down and lost sleep a couple of nights reading it. The book is full of action, drama and betrayal. All of the elements to make this a must read.
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Shawn Jones
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Changes are coming?
Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2021
I have been reading this series from the beginning and have always loved the characters and stories. When Mr. Mills took it over it was almost like Me. Flynn was still with us writing through him. This book however seems to have taken a step back from the action and is also... See more
I have been reading this series from the beginning and have always loved the characters and stories. When Mr. Mills took it over it was almost like Me. Flynn was still with us writing through him. This book however seems to have taken a step back from the action and is also changing the characters ever so slightly. It may be that Mr. Mills is going to take them in a completely new direction where the core group will no longer be working directly for the CIA and instead are branching out to have and do there on private spy thing. That would be pretty cool see. As much as I love the world that Vince Flynn has created it may be time to move on in a different direction. All this is just speculation but it would be an interesting way to keep the core of the characters together, in the same world, but in a new storyline. One in which Mitch, Irene, Scott and his team are now doing what they do best just in a private capacity instead of for the government. That being said I hope it doesn''t turn into more of a political bashing of the United States government and our democracy. There was a little of that in this book. As long as Mr. Mills stays true to Vince Flynn''s original message then this could be a great new chapter in these characters lives.
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Michael W. Budd
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Wow, All I Can Say Is Wow.
Reviewed in the United States on September 14, 2021
A long ways ago (1997) I came across Kyle Mills in Rising Phoenix and I was singularly impressed with the Mark Beamon series. In the early 2000''s I began reading the Mitch Rapp series and was immediately hooked. Each of the Mitch Rapp books were like dangerous travelogues.... See more
A long ways ago (1997) I came across Kyle Mills in Rising Phoenix and I was singularly impressed with the Mark Beamon series. In the early 2000''s I began reading the Mitch Rapp series and was immediately hooked. Each of the Mitch Rapp books were like dangerous travelogues. Just my idea of late night reading. Shortly after Vince Flynn passed away, Kyle was tapped to carry on the franchise and carry it on he has done well.
In Enemy At The Gates, Rapp faces new foes, inside and outside of DC, leaving him wondering if he should carry on in government service. A new administration and with it, a mole plowing thru a very sensitive database, looking for data on the world''s first trillionaire. Rapp is asked to guard a man who cannot keep a low profile and won''t stay put. James Bond devices, fast moving cars and choppers, deceitful characters, and a last minute plot twist you will not see coming. Happy reading.
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btews2s
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Kyle Mills does Vince proud again!
Reviewed in the United States on September 14, 2021
After the incredible plot and realistic threats of Total Power last year, I was a little skeptical that Kyle Mills could top that writing performance. However, Mitch Rapp finds himself with even crazier action this time around. A new administration is in the... See more
After the incredible plot and realistic threats of Total Power last year, I was a little skeptical that Kyle Mills could top that writing performance. However, Mitch Rapp finds himself with even crazier action this time around.

A new administration is in the White House in the aftermath of the events in Total Power. Hellbent on removing Irene Kennedy''s and Mitch Rapp''s hold on US Intelligence operations, the new president is boxing them out at every turn. Mitch starts thinking about leaving government service and is contracted by the richest man in the world to rescue one of his employees from the clutches of a mad warlord in Africa. As Mitch counters that threat with the help of Scott Coleman and co, he finds the true threat is much closer than he ever thought possible.

Another great job by Kyle Mills as he marks another incredible performance as one of the best thriller writers of the generation!
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missy
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Hard to finish
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 2, 2021
I’ve been a committed fan all along so the disappointment is real. Utterly weird plot. New world order / old world order nonsense and I wasn’t entirely sure what the point of it all was. And nothing in the world is going to convince me that Mike Nash would turn traitor...See more
I’ve been a committed fan all along so the disappointment is real. Utterly weird plot. New world order / old world order nonsense and I wasn’t entirely sure what the point of it all was. And nothing in the world is going to convince me that Mike Nash would turn traitor because he wants to be on the side of those in power who believe the muggles of the world need hardship and something to struggle against and he wants to be protected from the mob of humanity when it all gets too much. It really is as bonkers as that.
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dan125
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A step too far from the series
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 18, 2021
Mitch Rapp and all the regular characters are back. The action scenes and technical stuff are as good as ever but I''ve just finished it and I fear that the author has gone off on an arc that doesn''t work in the Mitch Rapp series. If this had been a standalone book with...See more
Mitch Rapp and all the regular characters are back. The action scenes and technical stuff are as good as ever but I''ve just finished it and I fear that the author has gone off on an arc that doesn''t work in the Mitch Rapp series. If this had been a standalone book with characters I hadn''t spent 15 years reading about the overall premise could work but the change in some characters in this book is so out of place with the series I''m left hoping that the next book if there is one will be the last.
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superbabe
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Sad to say goodbye to a friend...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 30, 2021
As always there is a twist in the tale. Sad to see a friend go but so well written with compassion in the end...
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page Turner
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 20, 2021
As usual brilliantly written, definitely waiting for next book to see what happens, love the fact that it’s up to date with world events
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texas
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First class service
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 14, 2021
I have read every single book by the 2 authors and though Kyle is a brilliant writer (i have read all his books) there is just that something missing with that Vince Flynn had but whatever keep up the good work.
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Enemy wholesale at the Gates new arrival (20) (A Mitch Rapp Novel) online

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Enemy wholesale at the Gates new arrival (20) (A Mitch Rapp Novel) online

Enemy wholesale at the Gates new arrival (20) (A Mitch Rapp Novel) online

Enemy wholesale at the Gates new arrival (20) (A Mitch Rapp Novel) online

Enemy wholesale at the Gates new arrival (20) (A Mitch Rapp Novel) online

Enemy wholesale at the Gates new arrival (20) (A Mitch Rapp Novel) online

Enemy wholesale at the Gates new arrival (20) (A Mitch Rapp Novel) online

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Enemy wholesale at the Gates new arrival (20) (A Mitch Rapp Novel) online

Enemy wholesale at the Gates new arrival (20) (A Mitch Rapp Novel) online

Enemy wholesale at the Gates new arrival (20) (A Mitch Rapp Novel) online

Enemy wholesale at the Gates new arrival (20) (A Mitch Rapp Novel) online

Enemy wholesale at the Gates new arrival (20) (A Mitch Rapp Novel) online

Enemy wholesale at the Gates new arrival (20) (A Mitch Rapp Novel) online

Enemy wholesale at the Gates new arrival (20) (A Mitch Rapp Novel) online

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Enemy wholesale at the Gates new arrival (20) (A Mitch Rapp Novel) online

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