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CIA paramilitary operations officer Harry Nichols had brought his team to Ciudad del Este for a single purpose: eliminating Jean-Claude Manet, aka Ramzi bin Abdullah, the former head of al-Qaeda operations in Europe.

It was supposed to be simple. But there's nothing simple about killing a man. More
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About Stephen England

Stephen England is the author of the bestselling Shadow Warriors thrillers, including Amazon's #1 Bestselling Political Thriller, Pandora's Grave, and its long-awaited sequel, Day of Reckoning--a novel hailed as "the perfect spy thriller for our time--chaotic, cynical, with only a few good men keeping the barbarians from the gate."

Drawing upon nearly a decade of research into the nature of Islam, the Middle East, espionage and counterterrorism operations, England's work has drawn praise for breathing new life into the genre with the hard-edged, unsparing realism of his portrayal of the war on terror, the people who wage it, and the moral and psychological costs exacted of those who take the war to the enemy where he lives. "Soldiers without uniforms. Fighting a war without end. Shadow warriors. . ."

The novella LODESTONE, and short stories NIGHTSHADE and TALISMAN round out the Shadow Warriors series, and England's work also includes the stand-alone historical adventure novel, Sword of Neamha.

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Review by: tomjamin on Sep. 04, 2016 :
This story really made me wonder about the war on terror. It's high tech and impersonal, yet haunting.
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Review by: PeytonH on Nov. 18, 2015 :
Wish the world had no wars! Love your writing style and ability. Good book and story, although it is so sad - but then war is sad, so many casualties, so many decisions. Your dedication and research into the subject is clearly evident in your work. Thank you
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Review by: ella3 on March 29, 2015 :
Thoroughly enjoyed this story. Very well written. Sad realities of war clearly exposed. Will look for more of this author's works.
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Review by: Pomi on March 22, 2015 :
I thought this book was quite interesting. The viewpoint on war and what must be accomplished is so correct and I can imagine Harry will see that little boy's eyes and face (plus many others, I imagine) over and over again. Gets you thinking.
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