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Act of Treason


Title:                     Act of Treason Author:                Vince Flynn Flynn, Vince (2006). Act of Treason. New York: Atria Books LCCN:    2006299247 PS3556.L94 A25 2006 LC Subjects Rapp, Mitch (Fictitious character)–Fiction. Intelligence officers–Fiction. Terrorism–Prevention–Fiction. Presidential candidates–Fiction. Attempted assassination–Fiction. Washington (D.C.)–Fiction. Date Posted:      … Continue reading

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Unit 400


Title:                      Unit 400 Author:                  T.L. Williams Williams, T(erry) L. (2014). Unit 400: The Assassins. Ponte Vedra Beach, FL: First Coast Publishers LCCN:    2013943666 PS3623.I5643 U55 2014 Summary “Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps is reeling from a devastating attack on … Continue reading

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True Faith And Allegiance


Title:                      True Faith And Allegiance Author:                Mark Greaney Greaney, Mark (2016). Tom Clancy: True Faith And Allegiance. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons LCCN:    2016040954 PS3607.R4285 T76 2016 Summary “The #1 New York Times-bestselling series is back with the most shocking … Continue reading

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Bourne Legacy


Title:                      Bourne Legacy Author:                Eric Van Lustbader Lustbader, Eric (2004). Robert Ludlum’s Jason Bourne In The Bourne Legacy: A Novel. New York: St. Martin’s Press LCCN:    2004049029 PS3562.U752 R63 2004 Subjects Bourne, Jason (Fictitious character)–Fiction. Attempted assassination–Fiction. Intelligence officers–Fiction. … Continue reading

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Without Fail


Title:                      Without Fail Author:                 Lee Child Child, Lee (2002). Without Fail. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons LCCN:    2001048849 PS3553.H4838 W58 2002 Subjects Reacher, Jack (Fictitious character)–Fiction. Military police–Fiction. Date Posted:      September 9, 2016 While this may seem to be … Continue reading

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