Under the Cover of Darkness

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iUniverse, Aug 25, 2011 - Fiction - 276 pages
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After the killing of Osama Bin Laden, CIA deep cover officer Mitch Vasari assumed there would be a couple months of peace on the foreign front. It turns out he was mistaken. President Obama, on a roll after the successful—and historic—terrorist assassination, has repealed an executive order that bans further political assassinations. This means Vasari is on call and ready for action. The CIA’s objective is to go after foreign heads of state who, for reasons unknown to Vasari, represent threats to American freedom and safety. The assassinations seem easy to plan and undertake, especially with Vasari’s skillful team at the helm. They even have a new female agent, Gabriela Rivera Torres, who may be as lethal as Vasari himself. What could possibly go wrong? Apparently, more than they bargained for. Vasari gets the feeling the higher-ups haven’t told him everything he needs to know. What are the president’s reasons for going after these particular foreign heads of state? Is there something about these men that makes them more dangerous than other world leaders? Are they, perhaps, working as a team to destroy the United States? Vasari has to carry out his mission and keep his team safe, all while trying to find out the truth for himself. It’s just another day’s work for a CIA officer.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
6
Chapter 3
12
Chapter 4
17
Chapter 5
25
Chapter 6
30
Chapter 7
38
Chapter 8
45
Chapter 24
136
Chapter 25
144
Chapter 26
148
Chapter 27
154
Chapter 28
162
Chapter 29
168
Chapter 30
173
Chapter 31
178

Chapter 9
50
Chapter 10
55
Chapter 11
60
Chapter 12
65
Chapter 13
70
Chapter 14
75
Chapter 15
80
Chapter 16
86
Chapter 17
92
Chapter 18
98
Chapter 19
103
Chapter 20
108
Chapter 21
115
Chapter 22
123
Chapter 23
131
Chapter 32
183
Chapter 33
187
Chapter 34
192
Chapter 35
197
Chapter 36
205
Chapter 37
211
Chapter 38
218
Chapter 39
225
Chapter 40
230
Chapter 41
236
Chapter 42
242
Chapter 43
247
Chapter 44
252
Chapter 45
257
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