Author: Douglas Clark
ISBN 978-1-949756-40-1 (softcover); 978-1-949756-41-8 (hardcover); 978-1-949756-42-5 (eBook)
Professor Victoria Prescott receives an urgent request to come to Paris from General Anton Grigoryev of Russian foreign intelligence. 20 years earlier, Grigoryev assisted her in researching WWII Soviet archives during the glasnost period following the collapse of the Soviet Union. That access led Prescott discovering a previously unknown Soviet spy within the WWII Manhattan Project.
In Paris, Grigoryev is now seeking to defect to the United States. In exchange for asylum, he gives her ultra-secret electronic files. The information provides irrefutable evidence of the theft of Russian thermonuclear warheads now in the hands of Iran. Additional documents expose a vast international financial conspiracy by the Putin regime to launder Russian money in the West.
Prescott believes the current administration will confiscate and bury the Russian corruption material under the cloak of national security. Yet she must expose the missing nuclear warheads.
To satisfy both objectives, she turns to investigative journalist, Mark Reynolds who exposed Russian wrongdoing years earlier. They decide to release everything publicly to remove the government’s ability to control the information.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Douglas Clark is the author of eight novels, a book of short stories, and an adapted screenplay of one of his novels. He lives in Southern California with his wife, Josie.
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