Requiem for the Damned
Requiem for the Damned is a fast paced tale of espionage, combat, terrorism, and political warfare in the Heart of Africa. There is a war going on--a new cold war--and the prize is domination of the world's natural resources: oil, strategic metals, and, above all, human beings. It is a story grounded in the awful truth of today's world, where there are simply no limits. More
•In Sudan’s war ravaged Darfur region, the government backed Janjaweed militia launches a genocidal attack against a pair of defenseless villages.
•In Washington D.C., a routine police raid on a high-class brothel trafficking in underage prostitutes turns deadly.
•In the Sinai desert, a small group of Muslim refugees who hold an ancient secret arrive at an isolated Israeli border post seeking asylum in the Jewish state.
•In Somalia, an ex-soldier of the defeated government army walks into a dusty town in search of work with a ruthless pirate warlord.
These events, seemingly unrelated, reverberate through the corridors of power in Washington D.C., Tehran, Tel Aviv, and Beijing, sending the special forces of four nations on a collision course in the lawless Horn of Africa. There is a war going on—a new cold war—and the prize is domination of the world’s natural resources: oil, strategic metals, and, above all, human beings.
Two spies, two countries: Hannah Parras, Mossad assassin, and Ivana Svilanovic, CIA special operations officer, are ordered to risk everything in the name of national interest.