Alexander Gray is an ex-Navy Seal with an impossible assignment. Air Force One is shot down over the Mediterranean Sea with no survivors. The new president secretly orders the U.S. Navy to prepare the Sigonella Naval Air Station on Sicily for a clandestine and experimental operation to save the life of the Russian president, the man most Americans believe responsible for the downing of Air Force One. Antagonistic forces within the U.S. and Russian governments are determined to prevent that operation from taking place.
From the U.S. to Sigonella, Gray must evade and outwit those working against the president. Will Gray survive to bring the traitors to justice and execute the daring operation?
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About the Author
Kim F. Richardson has served extensive time in the Navy. During much of his active duty he was stationed in the Mediterranean, and spent time at Sigonella, the U.S. Naval Station that is one of the major sites in this novel. The Far Side of Silence is his first novel.