The body of Marine Corporal Jason Briggs, missing for eight days, has been found in a Baghdad, Iraq field. Investigating the death is an elite 4-man CIA team first seen in M.H. Sargent’s thriller, Seven Days From Sunday. Even though the team, including an attractive female doctor, has seen their fair share of bodies before, this one is different – they discover a computer flash drive embedded in the body. Meanwhile, a photographer with The Iraq National Journal newspaper has been kidnapped. He unwittingly took a picture of someone in a compromising situation and the kidnappers want the digital memory card. The owner of the newspaper and the man’s family, all of whom had worked with the CIA team some months before to stop a major terrorist attack, appeal to operatives to help find him. Analyzing data on the flash drive, the team learns that Corporal Briggs death and the missing photographer are tied to the same insurgent group – a Palestinian terrorist cell that is desperate to recover the photographer’s memory card.But what is on the memory card? And does it have anything to do with the sudden collapse of Iraq’s major banks?
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M.H. Sargent got on the bestseller list with Seven Days From Sunday, a taunt thriller set in Iraq. Since he didn’t fight too much with the characters he created, he kept them around for each of the next seven books in the MP-5 CIA series. Sometimes he still wants to kill off McKay, the sexy doctor/CIA spook, but so far, she has survived just fine. Sargent lives in Arizona with a lab mix that needs his regular doses of Prozac, a German Shepherd that guards the homestead and a cat that rules the roost. He enjoys long hikes, mountain biking and writing, not necessarily in that order.