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A native of Pittsburgh and a former U.S. Army officer, the author is now a resident of Northern Virginia. He is a former Special Agent of the U.S. State Department's Diplomatic Security Service (DSS).

His State Department career included involvement in criminal investigations and dignitary protection in the Miami and Washington field offices, as well as four years with the DSS Mobile Security Division (MSD). With MSD he provided training to allied foreign security services, as well as tactical support to domestic protective details, and emergency security enhancement to high threat American embassies and consulates around the world. 

His DSS travel has taken him to some 45 countries. While assigned abroad, he was a member of the Regional Security Offices in El Salvador, South Africa, and China.

Prior to retirement, he was the Chief of the DSS Counterintelligence Division, which handles all State Department CI investigations - both foreign and domestic - and conducts liaison with the various agencies of the national Intelligence Community.

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The Supplicant...to place a spy in the councils of the enemy... $3.99

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Throughout the 1970’s and ‘80’s, salafi terrorist groups increasingly target American personnel, civilians and facilities across the globe. The American reaction – as perceived by its adversaries - is weak and ineffective.

Following a succession of such terror attacks, in 1996 a massive truck bomb strikes the USAF facility at Khobar Towers in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. The act kills nineteen Americans and wounds hundreds of others. Angered and frustrated, the U.S. Government determines to strike back. In response the National Security Council turns to a covert Special Activity that is known only to cleared insiders as the Org. 

The NSC directs the Org to launch an extremely hazardous, long-term HUMINT agent penetration of a radical jihadist group. The goal? To prevent any future such attacks against American interests. And to do so at any cost.

What are the odds?


Sicario 

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On July 22, 1992 Pablo Escobar – the feared leader of the notorious Medellin Cartel - simply walked out of the Envigado prison. The latter was a luxurious facility that he had essentially designed for himself and a selection of his most trusted henchmen.

Free from even the minimal restrictions of the Envigado, Escobar was intent on continuing with role as the world's preeminent drug trafficker. This he would do with practiced and unrestrained violence.

For the United States Government, it was the last of very many straws.

Intent upon ending his savage reign for all time, the decision-makers in Washington threw everything they had into the mix to find him and finish him...

... to include a covert Special Activity known as The Org. 


Surrogate $4.99

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In 1986 the drug war in South Florida and the Caribbean is going full bore. 

The DEA requests the operational services of a veteran MACV-SOG soldier who is now a long-term local undercover narc in Pittsburgh. The target of the operation is the leader of a cocaine smuggling network based in Haiti. 

When the "Org" discovers that the group is active in the world of international terrorism as well, the DEA's borrowed narc is secretly recruited as an asset. 

He soon learns the dangers of playing a triple game. 

 


Succubus 

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2003: The U.S.-led invasion of Iraq has taken place. The hunt for Saddam Hussein and the search for his weapons of mass destruction is underway. 

Meanwhile in North Korea, a nuclear research scientist wants to defect. 

The "Org" is tasked to bring her out. 

.... If possible ....