Vince and Cat are under deep cover in Afghanistan. Vince's persona is Kochi, a humble Pashto speaking Muslim with a switchblade in his turban. Cat finds a burqa the perfect disguise that can even conceal an AK47 when necessary. Vince is haunted by the terrible role that heroin played in his childhood. Cat is the quintessential heroine who can cut a mujahidin's throat, hack a computer and fix tea without breaking a sweat.
So when a tribal warlord plots to topple the Afghan government and frame the American president, this unlikely husband and wife team is dispatched by the ultra secret PSF to thwart the scheme. Since drug money finances the plan, Vince's moral outrage is making him reckless. Fortunately, Cat has his back.
Heroin Guns is slick and gritty at the same time. The characters are engaging. Action leaps from every page leaving the reader anxious for more.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)