The covert plan was launched in the 1940s. Its content and execution were so lethal and shocking that all evidence of it had to be obliterated. Its horrifying secret has been safe for four decades--until now. Until a man's curiosity unleashes an espionage nightmare by opening the Pandora's box called Emerald.
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