A young US Army lieutenant, from a long and distinguished family line of soldiers, stationed in the Federal Republic of Germany, faces court martial charges of murder and of being involved in a black marketing operation that reach the higher echelons of the Division command. Rather than trusting his fate to a military lawyer, the family reaches across the sea to the United States, and retains the services of former Army officer turned civilian attorney aColta Donaldson. With links to unsolved murders in Vietnam and Korea, as well as insights into the CIA, the White House, and the inner workings of the officer corps, Colt must battle command influence and the subtleties of military justice, as well as a gang of ruthless criminals to refute the burden of proof that the Government has established, and fight the Code to secure his clientas freedom.aquot;Well, he just sort of stood up and said somefin like a#39;damn if I can find ita#39;, and then he shut the lid of the foot locker, aquot; said Bonnett. aquot;Do you recall who said a#39;damn if I can find ita#39;, and established that the bayonet was missing, aquot; asked Colt. aquot;I dona#39;tanbsp;...
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