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Law enforcement agencies have chosen to ignore rather than investigate dozens of political figures and defectors who have died under mysterious circumstances. When a Democratic National Committee staff member is murdered before the presidential election, Washington, D.C. police is also uninterested in investigating the crime.
The President is well behind in the polls. Some powerful people want assurances that the President will never take the oath of office if he unexpectedly wins.
On Election Day, the Central Intelligence Agency Director uncovers treachery at the highest levels of his organization. A rogue group of senior intelligence officers may have exposed themselves for who they really are before disappearing with a secret experimental weapon. Mounting evidence suggests the President may be in peril but the Secret Service isn’t interested in conspiracy theories or implausible weapons with impossible capabilities.
Will CIA pilot Duncan Hunter save the President from a group of assassins?
A Note From the Publisher
Approved by the CIA Publication Review Board
From an award-winning author, Mark. A Hewitt, praise for Duncan Hunter Thrillers:
“…a high-octane thriller that explodes off of the starter blocks and races top speed to the final scene.” –Authors Reading on Blown Cover
“Duncan Hunter is a great character… an excellent read.” –A Good Thriller on Special Access
“A great techno-thriller, part of a series, but standalone so you don't have to have read every preceding volume to follow the action.” –Pat Ingram Reviews, on Shoot Down
“Mark A. Hewitt has established himself as a great author.” –James J. Seals, Jr. on No Need to Know
“Mark A. Hewitt nails his fascination with spyplanes and the intelligence community’s development and use of aircraft.” –The International Spy Museum at L’Enfant