The Right Guard

The Right Guard

by Alexandra Hamlet
The Right Guard

The Right Guard

by Alexandra Hamlet



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"A must-read for any spy aficionado!" — Former Senior Operations Officer, CIA

"It is a profound book. One I won't forget for a long while." — Senior Military Officer, Pentagon

Someone is stealing weapons and ammunition from America's military bases. Who is stealing them and why? That is what CIA operative Eric Brent faces as he is being used by the CIA to flush out a secretive, "phantom" group hostile to a U.S. administration that threatens to destroy the American economy and shrink individual freedoms under the code name, Project Warrior. 

Alexandra Hamlet's first novel, The Right Guard, takes us on a suspense-filled journey through the world of intelligence and defense in the 1970s. Over one million military weapons and equipment are missing from the U.S. military inventories across the country.

Though set in 1978, The Right Guard resembles the present political and economic climate of the United States, giving the reader a sense that such a scenario is very conceivable even today. 

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162634058
Publisher: Bublish, Inc.
Publication date: 05/05/2020
Series: The Allegiance Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Alexandra Hamlet is a Harvard-educated cultural anthropologist, international lecturer and defense anthropologist. She is a former television host, producer, journalist, and international consultant on cultural affairs and international business. She was an auxiliary nurse in London, England; international lecturer and consultant specializing in the Far East and Pacific Rim; Visiting Fellow, Harvard University; executive search specialist for world-wide C-suite positions; consultant on irregular warfare and a defense anthropology consultant with the US military and intelligence as well the governments of New Zealand, Australia and Indonesia. The Right Guard is her first novel of a trilogy.
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