Assigned to explore for gold in the Arctic, Peter Binder, a geologist, stumbles on the terrorists and unearths the explosive truth of their plot. A former Navy SEAL, Peter struggles with the aftershocks of PTSD. He doesnt know that Maria Davidoff, the woman at his side, and an expert in the martial arts, hides her own dark secrets.
Peter finds himself forced into the role of reluctant warrior. Can he and Maria possibly succeed in preventing a nuclear disaster? Isolated and alone, cut off from any possible support, facing the entrenched terrorists and savage weather at the missile silo, they move toward the inevitable and violent confrontation.
Barker leads readers into the clandestine worlds of business, politics, espionage, and gold. Politically relevant and riveting, Nuclear Rogue is a nail-biter. Jean Zimmer, book editor
The fate of the city rests in the hands of a disgraced deputy U.S. Marshal, Wyatt Conway, who is reluctantly called into action by his FBI and CIA rivals because he was once a friend of Islamov's, before the freedom fighter turned into an international terrorist.
But to stop Islamov, Conway must trust Vladimir Khrenkov, a possibly corrupt Russian intelligence agent, and Kimberly Lodge, a skeptical CIA beauty. Conway suspects Khrenkov of being the man who executed a top Russian mobster that Conway was protecting in federal witness protection program. And the CIA's Lodge isn't all that certain Conway is capable of outwitting the terrorists and protecting the capital of the free world.
With time running out, Conway must find a way to manipulate and expose Khrenkov, keep Lodge and her bureaucratic cronies off his back, and prevent Islamov from igniting the spark for Armageddon.
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