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Sanction Blue

Robert Fisher

Publisher: La Maison Publishing, Inc.

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When a shipment of experimental rifles is stolen, the president tasks a secret branch of The director of Silhouette recruits three former members to investigate the theft: Deon Bowman, Simon Kane, and Simons ex-wife Sheila Goodbody.  As their investigation circumvents the globe, they uncover a sinister conspiracy that threatens the safety of the world.

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