Rapid Fire: Special Ops

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Thorndike Press, Apr 1, 2004 - Fiction - 411 pages
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A senior officer in the upper echelon of the brutal Iraqi regime, Colonel Harun Baraniq possesses vital information about al Qaeda cells operating in the United States, and he's prepared to trade it for asylum. Lieutenant Ross McTaggart's first assignment in command of the elite U.S. Special Operations team Leopard-1: Get to Baraniq before the secret police find him. Failure could mean the deaths of countless Americans in a terrorist strike.

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