qHe had no words to describe what he was feeling. Somehow he felt betrayed, although he knew he shouldn't. Perhaps it was the lack of compassion his principal expressed over killing a man. Perhaps it was because inside, Nick didn't really believe it was an accident. There wasn't enough remorse in the agent's voice when he told Nick he accidentally killed his interrogation subject. Whatever the cause, Nick had an uneasy feeling about his client.q Like many who leave the military for the action and high pay of a private military contractor, former Navy SEAL Nick Branson abandoned a promising career to provide high-risk protection services for the CIA. Now charged with protecting a traitorous CIA agent, Nick slowly discovers the truth about the operative's plot to bring destruction to U.S. troops. The agent and the contractor embark on a seek-and-destroy mission against one another across the war torn sands of Iraq. Only one will emerge the victor.His mission was to protect the Sergeant, make sure he got in and got out, and did not get killed or captured. ... He wondered how much Home Depot made off of the immediate reconstruction of all the buildings the Coalition took over in order toanbsp;...
|Author||:||R. Saint Hilaire|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2005-06|