Project Chaos

Osmora Incorporated
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Malcolm Corsica is an experienced mercenary. He works undercover for multiple governments leaders, wealthy patrons and corporate executives. One day, he finds himself in the middle of a complex mission: a conspiracy that could change the world as we know it. In order to stop this chaos, Malcolm must deal with corrupted agents from the CIA, a rebel Cuban businessman, and a powerful wealthy Russian woman. Malcolm must protect the life of Scientifics highly specialized in molecular physics.

This enigmatic story will take you to different parts of the world: from France to Italy, to the United States and Panama. You will be carried away by a whirlwind of actions and adventures as unexpected as captivating. You will discover a world where secret organizations, thirsty for power and money, are waging a merciless war. The power of money has become supreme over everything. With the help of his brother-in-arms Poli Maoundy, Malcolm has for mission to defuse the disruptive and destructive plans created by the most influential agents of the CIA.

The world has we know it is in the hands of Malcolm. Failure would be fatal.

Inspired by true events, this story will take to you another world where danger exists, sure; but that isn't fear. PROJECT CHAOS is a suspenseful story that will keep you on your toes until the end.

“A captivating true-crime story”.

~ Charles Bush

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Nov 5, 2017
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Malcolm Corsica est un mercenaire actif, mais il travaille dans l’ombre pour les gouvernements et de richissimes intérêts privés. Un jour, il se retrouve en plein cœur d’une aventure énigmatique : un complot qui pourrait changer le monde. À l’aube de ce qui pourrait devenir un chaos planétaire, Malcolm est appelé à déjouer des agents corrompus de la CIA, à se faufiler entre les intérêts d’un Cubain rebelle et d’une Russe puissante. Mais surtout, Malcolm doit protéger à tout prix des chercheurs de physique moléculaire.

De la France en passant par l’Italie puis en faisant une boucle par les États-Unis et au Panama, vous serez emporté par un tourbillon d’actions et de revirements aussi inattendus que captivants. Vous entrerez dans un monde où des organisations secrètes, assoiffées de pouvoir et d’argent, se livrent une guerre sans merci. À l’aide de son frère d’armes Poli Maoundy, Malcolm devra désamorcer les complots qu’ont posées derrières elles, les personnes les plus influentes de la CIA.

L’équilibre du monde tient à la réussite de Malcolm. Un échec serait fatal.

Inspirée de faits réels, cette histoire vous fera découvrir une planification chaotique à travers laquelle se faufile Malcolm Corsica, soldat de l’ombre, et où la peur du danger n’existe plus. LE COMPLOT DU CHAOS est un suspense saisissant qui vous tiendra en haleine jusqu’à la toute dernière ligne.

« Une histoire aussi captivante que bouleversante »

Charles Bush

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