Vince Flynn was a best-selling author who gave the character Mitch Rapp to the world in a series of CIA thrillers. Today, co-author Kyle Mills is carrying on the torch by continuing the hit series. His latest novel is “Enemy of the State,” which centers on Rapp’s dangerous journey into Saudi Arabia to investigate the oil-rich country’s connections to terrorism.
“I just think Mitch Rapp is one of the best characters in fiction,” Glenn Beck said on Thursday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program” when Mills joined the show to talk about his new book as well as to analyze how the U.S. will react to world events.
In “Enemy of the State,” Rapp is working on his own in Saudi Arabia because the U.S. government can’t be seen plotting against an ally.
“Those redacted pages have a lot of information in them that’s been kept from the American people, and they’re not living up to their agreement to back off of the financing and supporting of terrorism,” Mills, who has been writing Rapp novels since 2014, explained the plot of the new book.
Glenn thought the plot was almost too on point.
“Well, that sounds like total fiction,” he joked.