In the savannahs of Namibia, a boxcar sits, locked and watched. There is no limit to how many people would die from what's inside. There is no limit to how many people would kill for it.
Hayden Stone is brought back into the CIA to help navigate the choppy diplomatic waters between the U.S., Canada, England, South Africa, and any number of other players in a mission to prevent the worst of weapons from falling into the wrong hands. While representatives from other countries are there to help him, Hayden knows the only person he can trust is himself, and that once the weapon is located, all bets are off. His mission will take him into palatial mansions and parched-earth slums, into the shadowy world of black ops and the chaos of an endless war. It will lead him directly into the crosshairs - but whose finger is on the trigger?
Would you try another book from Arthur Kerns and/or Evan Greenberg?
I might try another but this book was a yawner
Has The African Contract turned you off from other books in this genre?
No - I like this genre
How did the narrator detract from the book?
The narrator had no rhythm
Any additional comments?
I had high expectations but the book was just below average - I had to return it
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