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When a suspected CIA operative is captured by the North Korean government, the man's father, an American General, repeatedly asks the White House to intervene. The White House does nothing, and the alleged spy endures daily torture for three years before dying in captivity. After his battered body is returned to Texas, General Scott vows that someone will pay for his son's death. Scott isn't just any officer. He's a widely respected Brigadier General and combat veteran. After his retirement, several former special forces operators - each of whom owe their lives directly or indirectly to him - are enlisted to help him exact his revenge.
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Kirkus Reviews "Best Indie Books" October 2020
"An electrifying military thriller reminiscent of Mark Greaney and Brad Thor." –Best Thrillers
"Fans of military thrillers and tough, smart heroines will enjoy this high-octane adventure." –BookLife