Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Size: 9.00 x 6.00 in
CIA agent David Conway is awakened suddenly by his pager. His grandfather, retired General Robert Conway, needed to meet with him. Events quickly elevate at a frantic pace as David and his partner Brian Wheeler secretly look into the mysterious past of the charismatic and handsome German candidate, Christof Melzer, who is the top contender for the next Chancellor of Germany.
However, Robert Conway sees some alarming similarities to Melzer and the long dead dictator of the Third Reich, Adolph Hitler . Unknown to the agents, there is a secret organization called 'The Black Order' who will stop at nothing from keeping the men from potentially uncovering the truth.
This high stake deadly mission will take agents Conway and Wheeler to three continents until discovering Melzer's secret—a secret that may start World War III and drag the world closer to Armageddon.
Conway realized his behavior was unprofessional and his temper had got in the way again. He rubbed his face with both hands and glanced at Barton, who looked at bit upset. > By the time he reached the front door, there were several local police vehicles blocking the street and Wheeler and Lockhart stood with Barton. Conway made his way over to them, trying to think of a way to apologize to Barton for acting like such an unprofessional idiot.
“Linda, please let me–”
“–Agent Conway, who the hell do you think you’re talking to, some first year graduate out of the academy?”
“Shut your mouth. I’m not finished. You American agents think you know it all. I have a news flash, Conway. You DON’T! MI-5 is more thorough the any of the agencies in America. We’ll find this man no matter how many doors in London we have to kick in!” Barton turned away, went down the stairs, and left the house.
“–Forget it, Agent Conway. Your temper got the better of you."
> By the time he reached the front door, there were several local police vehicles blocking the street and Wheeler and Lockhart stood with Barton. Conway made his way over to them, trying to think of a way to apologize to Barton for acting like such an unprofessional idiot.
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