Plausible Denial

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When the CIA can't get the job done, its legendary director of operations turns to "Mac" MacMurphy, in this exciting sequel to Rustmann's first best-selling novel, The Case Officer.

Mac is the best. A proven talent in fighting fire with fire. Able to be as ruthless as any enemy, showing no mercy where none is due. The perfect man to pit against an out-of-control drug lord who has declared war on the U.S. Consulate in Northern Thailand.

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Overview

When the CIA can't get the job done, its legendary director of operations turns to "Mac" MacMurphy, in this exciting sequel to Rustmann's first best-selling novel, The Case Officer.

Mac is the best. A proven talent in fighting fire with fire. Able to be as ruthless as any enemy, showing no mercy where none is due. The perfect man to pit against an out-of-control drug lord who has declared war on the U.S. Consulate in Northern Thailand.

But do the ends justify the means? Is it worth the risk of collateral damage-and there will be some when Mac is involved-to bring down the unscrupulous drug king?

These are the moral conundrums facing Mac and his team as they embark on a slippery slope upon which there is no turning back, and they prepare for the fight of their lives against a veritable army of heavily armed drug merchants in the steamy jungles of the Golden Triangle.

And they really don't bother Mac a bit. Unusual challenges require unorthodox responses.

And wouldn't you know it, there's a woman involved...

Plausible Denial crackles with a degree of authenticity possible only from an experienced CIA case officer who relies upon his knowledge of operations, not his imagination, to craft a compellingly readable book. Over the last two decades, I have reviewed carloads of intelligence books for The Washington Times. Fred Rustmann laps the field.

Joe Goulden is the author of The Dictionary of Espionage" Spyspeak Into English.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780988319097
  • Publisher: DoubleTap Books
  • Publication date: 8/9/2013
  • Pages: 386
  • Sales rank: 205,598
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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