The most frightening weapon ever invented can be unleashed by a single person. And now, they have chosen her.
On the border between Croatia and Bosnia, a killer practices his art on UN Peacekeeping troops, leaving handless bodies displayed on crosses.
In a trailer near Fort Bragg, a hitman targets a computer genius who has uncovered information more explosive than he could ever guess.
And in an ancient, abandoned castle in Germany, a teenage girl is plunged into living hell—one that will take her into the heart of a murderous Middle Eastern plot. The only mistake the bad guy's make, is not taking into account her father is Special Forces.
Now only one Special Forces operative can stop two madmen from turning the girl into a devastating biological weapon. In a series of brutal covert operations, Thorpe must battle not only the enemy, but betrayal from his own side to not only stop the weapon, but save the daughter of his best friend.
Publishers Weekly: "The action is crisp with a great job of establishing a sense of reality—and real danger—by mixing current fears about killer diseases with a clear-eyed view of the Army."