As Iraq is being invaded, Baghdadis brake into the National Museum and cart off whatever they can carry. In all, they loot more than 15,000 pieces of art and antiquity. Finding 103 Sumerian cylinder seals, the museum's most valuable collection is the team's next project.
This time they really have their work cut out for them because three Special Forces units are also trying to find the seals. The villains want to sell them for $25 million; the Iranians want to score a political coup; and the Coalition Task Force wants to return them. The Iranians have already tried to kidnap Kelly, and the villains would like to see her dead as well. Add to the mix, the CIA (ours and Canada's), the Montreal Police, the Mounties, and a devious, smooth-talking PI, and you'll understand why Kelly calls this one a grand cockup.
|Publisher:||TIPS Technical Publishing, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.79(d)|
About the Author
Michael Hannan was born in Newark, New Jersey. He got out as soon as he could. For most of his career, he was an Independent School teacher of English, philosophy, and computer science; and he also served as principal and headmaster. Additionally, he has worked as a bartender and a wine steward, a computer programmer and systems analyst, a database manager in a marine lab, a newspaper columnist, and an Adirondack guide. He and his wife, Gloria, live on Sanibel Island. They have two grown sons, Mick and Eric.