SOMETIMES IT'S HARD TO TELL WHERE RIGHT ENDS AND WRONG BEGINS.
As punishment for putting the truth before the reputation of the Bureau, FBI agents Eli Tanner and Ashley Sutton have been exiled to the backwater of Columbus, Georgia. They are truly a mismatched pair: She is a by-the- book, competent, tough, smart feminist; Tanner is a confident, competent, take-charge, battle-scarred Neanderthal.
But their days of action are far from overespecially when Tanner suspects that a "suicide" at Fort Benning is actually murder, leading him and Sutton to uncover a chilling series of killings tied to a betrayal in Cambodia in 1969.
A thrilling read for those who like their action hot, SOLEMN DUTY is a roller-coaster ride through a landscape of carnage and death, as Cambodian hit men, the Chinese mafia, and the FBI vie to outdo one another in an ultimate life-or-death climax. . . .
|Publisher:||Random House Publishing Group|
|Edition description:||1 ED|
|Product dimensions:||4.20(w) x 6.90(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Leonard B. Scott (Col. USA ret.) is also the author of the acclaimed novels Charlie Mike, The Last Run, The Hill, The Expendables, The Iron Men, and Forged in Honor. Scott retired in 1994 as a full colonel after a twenty-seven-year career in the United States Army, with assignments throughout the world. A veteran of Vietnam, he earned the Silver Star and Purple Heart. Colonel Scott devotes all his time to researching and writing his novels. He and his wife have returned to their home state of Oklahoma, bought their dream house, and declare they're never moving again.