Target Zero (An Agent Zero Spy Thriller—Book #2) - Jack Mars

Target Zero (An Agent Zero Spy Thriller—Book #2)

By Jack Mars

  • Release Date: 2019-06-28
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
From 835 Ratings


“One of the best thrillers I have read this year.”
--Books and Movie Reviews (re Any Means Necessary)

In this follow up to book #1 (AGENT ZERO) in the Agent Zero spy series, TARGET ZERO (Book #2) takes us on another wild, action-packed ride across Europe as elite CIA agent Kent Steele is summoned to stop a biological weapon before it devastates the world—all while grappling with his own memory loss.

Life returns only fleetingly back to normal for Kent before he finds himself summoned by the CIA to hunt down terrorists and stop another international crisis—this one even more potentially devastating than the last. Yet with an assassin hunting him down, a conspiracy within, moles all around him and with a lover he can barely trust, Kent is setup to fail.

His memory is quickly returning, though, and with it, flashes into the secrets of who he was, what he’d discovered, and why they are after him.

His own identity, he realizes, may be the most perilous secret of all.

TARGET ZERO is an espionage thriller that will keep you turning pages late into the night.

Book #3-#12 are also available!

“Thriller writing at its best.”
--Midwest Book Review (re Any Means Necessary)

Also available is Jack Mars’ #1 bestselling LUKE STONE THRILLER series (7 books), which begins with Any Means Necessary (Book #1), a free download with over 800 five star reviews!


  • Very interesting-TWW

    By Tony w. W. W.
    I have not read such a thriller in a while.
  • Love this series so far!

    By mattktz215
    Agent Zero was the first book I’ve read since high school. I could not put it down. Target Zero was filled with more of the same! I can’t wait to read hunting zero next!!
  • Amazing!

    By JoePro_III
    Non stop action
  • Story Line Intriguing

    By Jelliman91
    The story line is good. Not a huge fan of the liberal politics that are subtly slipped in on occasion. Overall, a good read.
  • Target Zero

    By Scott11024
    Great thriller
  • Target zero

    By nickname5452316
    Book two nearly as good as one; fast, action good character development, plot lines developing. But leaving the one plot line so unresolved is cruel and an unwelcome sales gimmick that results in resentment and less trust of author. Not sure I will continue series because of it
  • Target Zero

    By photobyjb
    Memories! Reid has some, but not all. As they come back piece-by-piece he has devastating headaches. Does he really want to remember everything? Is he going to rejoin CIA or remain a quiet college professor? What about the safety of his two daughters. He has a lot on his mind when he gets a call from the CIA that catapults him into another mission. Who can he trust in this mission that has twists and turns and misdirection? Jack Mars is an ace when it comes to writing adventure stories.
  • Make sure you have time to read!

    By Zoe Aionios
    Jack Mars does it again! Establishes the intrigue early and everything escalates from there! Character development continues. During the chase a new sub-plot is revealed. How will Agent Zero fiugre this one out? The ending leaves you at the edge of your seat!! Another thriller that you can’t stop reading!!!
  • Target zero

    By Bavarian Hillbilly
    I am a fan of Jack Marks Luke Stone series. I am not sure he is writing the Agent Zero books. So very different. Luke Stone; so confident, assure of himself where as Agent Zero so unsure of the situation at hand. The book itself was disappointing enough but to have an ending requiring the purchase of the third book in the series. . No thanks. Will read the "forging of Luke Stone" first book. Will not get another if it is like Target Zero.