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Its 1971. Greenhorn agent Bob Steck arrives at the U.S. embassy in Tehran on his first assignment to learn his new Boss has just been murdered. His heart stops when he finds himself appointed as the new CIA bureau chief. He perceives the coming Islamic revolution and tries to warn Washington but his news is ignored by politicians whose only interest is to sell airplanes and buy oil. As the disaster unfolds, Steck has to fight his way out of the country to save his embassy staff. Book one in a series following the career of CIA Spymaster Bob Steck.
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About the Author
James Ward is a vetran of the cold war and has spent thirty years traveling worldwide as a member of the military/industrial complex. He tells tales of clandestine operations framed by cultural and religious traditions of diverse nations. His works include the six book series: Bob Steck's adventures of a spymaster as well as several historical novels.