The Death Chip by Charlie Horn

The Death Chip

byCharlie Horn

Kobo ebook | March 17, 2012

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A page-turner that throws national security and a highly-placed military family into a mix of deadly action, international deceit, unbridled passion – and treacherous murder. 

Three-Star Army General Thomas Linder holds the plans for a high-tech military weapon, a hand-held drone that in the wrong hands could cause unthinkable devastation the world has yet to see. When the General mysteriously disappears, along with the drone’s microchip plans, national security is thrown into chaos. And his Fifth Avenue-rich family, descended from three generations of military men, is swept up in the realm of deception and chilling family secrets. 

New York City PI and former spy, Hank Tower, is tapped to find the missing general – and gain resolution for all. He weaves his way through an international web of intrigue, money and murder among private arms dealers—all willing to kill to get the drone/microchip plans. Tower’s objective: prevent possible nuclear war between two long-standing Mideast enemies. His investigation takes him from his Manhattan office and the haunts of wealthy New Yorkers, to the National Security Agency and the luxurious Alvear Place hotel in Buenos Aires and that city’s famous, shadowy Gothic cemetery, where Tower’s search ends in near-death. Nursing him back to heath is a beautiful woman who captures his heart, only to reveal a surprise that throws Tower into an emotional spin. 

For a thrill-a-minute ride, sit down with a cup of coffee, a soda or a glass of Hank Tower’s favorite wine, pinot noir, slightly chilled. Fasten your seat-belt and become part of a heart-stopping adventure. 

Title:The Death ChipFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 17, 2012Publisher:Calco, Inc.Language:English

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ISBN:9990049639228

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