By Caspar Weinberger, Peter Schweizer
During this riveting novel by means of of Washington's final insiders, mystery provider Agent Michael Delaney has committed his complete profession to maintaining America's maximum rating elected officers. but if his gun is located subsequent to the bloody corpse of the President of the us, he turns into the major suspect in a brutal assassination that stuns the kingdom. on hand in basic terms in secret three, four & five.
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Six low-level members of the organization—including the lieutenant who had directed his men to abandon their posts —were immediately imprisoned. But no one of any consequence was ever arrested. The head of the Special Detachment Seven, P. K. S. Gupta, had been promoted to a cabinet-level internal security position later that year when a new (and virulently anti-Muslim) Hindu party government was elected. Miraculously—other than Delaney—there had only been one casualty in the attack. Unfortunately, it was Joan Boyd, the vice president’s wife.
Who is it? ” “I don’t know. SAC Smith has the details,” the young agent said. Delaney began walking briskly down the path. He had been in combat before—once in Panama, and once in Grenada, once in Somalia—but he had never been this frightened. He concentrated on breathing slowly. Walk quickly, but not too quickly. You are a man of purpose, a respected federal agent, a man doing his job on his own turf. No one can hurt you. An FBI agent was approaching him. Delaney smiled pleasantly. Pleasantly, but not too pleasantly.
Miraculously—other than Delaney—there had only been one casualty in the attack. Unfortunately, it was Joan Boyd, the vice president’s wife. Since that time Delaney’s career had languished, and Morgan Boyd had become one of the world’s leading spokesmen against international terrorism. Before the attack, Morgan Boyd had been a tough, aggressive, and difficult man. Tough but fair, the kind of man who didn’t suffer fools gladly. He was, however, one of the few politicians Delaney had protected whom he had deeply admired.
Chain of Command by Caspar Weinberger, Peter Schweizer