As Craige Ingram climbed the stairs of the derelict building, that peculiar stench of a dead body hit him. It was the same smell no matter where-SpecOps SEAL encounter gone sour, or in a vacant, roach-infested apartment. Inside, his SEAL buddy-turned head of Buckingham Parish Homicide's Investigative Support Division, Grayson MacGerald, was huddled with the coroner next to a swollen decaying corpse that was days old and hardly more than oozing dead meat. The PI inside Craige had a gut feeling that there was more to this than a dead body, and Craige's Grannie always told him, "Trust your feelin's." But that was before Mihály Keaulescu set down two of his Black Falcon choppers on Craige's Moccasin Hollow private airstrip in an uninvited stopover. It got worse. From his airstrip to Israel, to Turkey and a nightmare-dream of one-of-a-kind ancient artifacts that not only threatened the serene life Craige knew and loved at Moccasin Hollow, it would destroy the world.
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Friendship and beyond the call of duty I enjoyed reading this book. It is my favorite from the author's writing. Friendship even retired will do anything and beyond to protect the people and the country. This book is so unbelievably good. It will blow your mind with these two friends who is willing to die not only for the name of friendship but for the place they lived in and loved. There is so much actions, adventures, betrayal and above all spies. This book is hard to put it down. Prepare to be amazed. I loved the scenery, laugh out loud moments at the same hidden messages that are hard to read and very informative.