Strike of the Black Mamba

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Ian Kruger, Feb 14, 2008 - Fiction - 276 pages
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The unthinkable has happened. An environmental organization warned the world against it. Still, nobody believed that it would turn out like this. But Donald Morse proves everyone wrong. Defying all security measures, he manages to steal a shipment of nuclear material from a cargo ship destined for Japan's nuclear power reactors. Could anything be worse than this scenario? Perhaps the fact that Donald Morse knows that South African scientists developed extremely dangerous nuclear weapons during the apartheid years, weapons that the world thought were not possible to construct. Donald has information where these deadly weapons are hidden - and he has plans to get them out. Ken Palmer is sent by the FBI to find Donald Morse and to arrest him. But Ken has to deal with traitors from within as well as onslaughts on his life. However, he discovers the real spine-chilling reason for Donald's need for the nuclear weapons and he realizes that Donald has to be stopped in any way possible.
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
17
Section 3
31
Section 4
45
Section 5
59
Section 6
75
Section 7
93
Section 8
107
Section 11
147
Section 12
161
Section 13
177
Section 14
189
Section 15
205
Section 16
217
Section 17
231
Section 18
245

Section 9
117
Section 10
135
Section 19
257
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Born in 1961, Ian Kruger grew up in different parts of Gauteng Province, South Africa, as well as in Namibia. He has a MBA, a BSc in Computer Science and Operations Research, a diploma in higher education and technical diploma in telecommunications electronics. Ian has been an electronic technician, a computer technician, a lecturer, a project manager, a management consultant and a software and web developer. He currently resides in Kempton Park, South Africa with his wife, 14-year old daughter and 19-month old son.

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