SIBERIA CALLING. A spy thriller drawing on my 35 years experience designing and building classified communication, intelligence, and anti-terrorist computer systems for the Department of Defense (DoD), and US Intelligence Agencies. As required with my Security Clearance, the DoD has cleared it for release.
In Siberia, revenge is always served cold.
While Chris is known for strong coffee, rare steaks, and his freakish capabilities with computers; the mission always comes first, is his belief. It was when an operation went bad, stranding him in Siberia for two years, and when he went back to rescue a downed flight crew. Only after Washington ignored his repeated warnings of an impending terrorist attack, causing his family’s death along with thousands more, did he leave the beltway behind for remote Wyoming. Now in seclusion, he uses his computer skills to assist the CIA, leaving others to deal with the bureaucrats.
But when he discovers a devastating new weapon, the CIA begs him to go to Siberia to destroy it. While this means risking his life again, it also provides an opportunity for the revenge he’s been seeking. Once again, the mission comes first. But this time, it’s personal.
Like Brad Thor’s BACK LASH and the Jack Noble series by L.T. Ryan, this book explores what drives people like Chris. At 93,000 words, this stand-alone book, the first in a series, is complete and professionally edited.