January 13, 2018|
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On September 11, 1973, Chilean President Salvatore Allende was the target of a military coup resulting in his death. It was reported as a suicide. Twenty-six years later the previous Station Chief in Santiago is now a high-ranking official with the CIA and the secret operation he engineered resulting in Allendes death, is in danger of being revealed. That would not only ruin him, but could even destroy the CIA itself. Desperate to hide his role in Allendes death, his solution is to kill everyone that knows what really happened. Police Detective Ed Bailey starts a simple investigation that turns into a nightmare. He and Diane Quintero, who appears to be a vulnerable secretary, must flee for their lives. The now powerful CIA supervisor leaves a path of death and destruction in his wake to destroy Ed and Diane. Unsanctioned sheds light on the questionable nature of CIA covert operations, as well as the consequences that come with intense secrecy. It serves as a reminder that, when convenient, authorities bypass or break laws in order to accomplish their objectives under the guise of National Security. Secrecy, deception, fear and gut instinct send Ed and Diane fleeing for their lives and a fight for the truth.

Format:Kobo ebook
Published:January 13, 2018
Publisher:Xlibris US
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781453535004

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