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The Rogue Warrior has come to Moscow to investigate the assassination of Paul Mahon, U.S. Defense attach in Russia. Marcinko knows who killed him -- Andrei Yudin, a godfather in the Russian Mafia -- and he wants to know why. Instead, he finds a cabal of corrupt, mob-linked russian politicians. The revelation gets him yanked back to Washington, where orders come down to disband his elite team of SEALs.

But even as the Pentagon's chain of command becomes a noose around his neck, Marcinko begins to cut and slash his way to the truth behind Mahon's death. More about survival than revenge, his mission soon leads him to a black-market network peddling terrorism in Paris, sinister trading in the Middle East, and a devil of a deal that puts American's safety up for sale.

©1997 Richard Marcinko (P)1997 Simon & Schuster

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I love this author he makes everything seem so real. I feel like I'm actually in battle with him

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love there's books... but...

wish all Rogue Warrior books were unabridged. I have read most all of them and we are leaving alot out that makes these books interesting