Major Vin Cooper of Air Force Special Investigations is the kind of loose cannon no commanding officer can completely control...or survive without. Cooper's a man whose capacity to absorb grief is matched only by his ability to dish it out. And this case - which will be either his most important or his last - has plenty of both.
Scarred by battle and a recent divorce, Cooper answers to no one but his own tough-as-nails female general. She knows there's no one as relentless, as insubordinate, and as effective in prying out the truth as Cooper - no matter where it leads or who it angers.
Reluctantly paired with Special Agent Anna Masters, Cooper begins his search at the scene of a suspicious crash at Ramstein Air Base in Germany. There they uncover a trail of inexplicable "accidental" deaths that leads from the war-torn streets of Baghdad to sex slavery in Latvia and a marriage that began in the White House Rose Garden and disintegrated into bitterness and infidelity. And with every step they take, Cooper and Masters come closer to the shocking truth about the biggest and most murderous lie of all.
©2007 David Rollins; (P)2007 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Electrical Engineer, 51 years old father of 3.
This book was portrayed as an action packed book; I was unable to find much action in it at all. This book came highly recommended to me and fell way short of my preconceived notions. It was worth the listen to kill time but, not much else.
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