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Publisher's Summary

The USS Vicksburg is returning home when the crew comes upon a lifeboat bearing a dead Somali pirate who shows signs of torture. Questions immediately arise: Who is this man, and which ship did he come from? Who tortured him? Soon Red Cell analysts Kyra Stryker and Jonathan Burke have traced the dead man back to an Iranian ship currently bound for Venezuela - and the ship appears to have dangerous, radioactive cargo on board. The Iranians' plan quickly becomes clear - they're building a nuclear bomb in politically unstable Venezuela, away from the UN's prying eyes. Stryker and Burke must tread carefully, though, because diplomacy in Venezuela is tricky at best. A civil war is at stake if word gets out. Can they stop the Iranians before it's too late?
©2014 Mark Henshaw (P)2014 Dreamscape Media, LLC
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1 out of 5 stars
By MICHAEL H on 11-19-14

Skip This One

A slow uninteresting story made worse by a bad reader. I forced myself to continue after the first hour hoping it would get better. However, after a conversation with about a dozen "he said" and "she said" after the shot statements, I gave up. This is one of the most boring books I have ever tried.

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4 out of 5 stars
By ADB on 03-13-16

Some quirks but we'll worth it.

Reader is a vast improvement over the one who did Red Cell.. Story is on par with red cell. I had similar difficulty connecting with the characters initially but these stories reward patience.
A bit quirky about alcohol, tobacco, cursing, and Mormons.... But far preferable to the excess that is so common in the genre.

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