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EYE OF THE VIPER: A Dan Dailey Novel by David F. DeHart

EYE OF THE VIPER: A Dan Dailey Novel

by David F. DeHart

268 pages
Army Intelligence Agents track down a Kurdish terrorist in Turkey.

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About the Book

Sadam Hussein may not have WMD's, but Adnan Kurtoglu, code named, The Viper, does and he's ready to detonate the worst disaster in Middle-East history.

DIA Agents Dan Dailey and Bull Bulliard face their deadliest foe while assigned to the Defense Intelligence Agency. Their "US EYES ONLY" mission on this sojourn is to locate and neutralize a Kurdish terrorist, who may have stolen the anthrax payload from a decommissioned Jupiter missile, a biological warhead that was not supposed to be in Turkey.

They have four days to complete their mission before an upcoming NATO Foreign Minister's Conference in Izmir. Plausible denial requires them to find the warhead, and neutralize the Viper without the knowledge of the Turkish National Intelligence Agency (MIT) or the NATO Headquarters in Izmir.


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About the Author

Author Dave DeHart lives in Oregon with his wife, Wendy. He retired from Military Intelligence after a twenty-year career as a Counterintelligence Agent. He served in Turkey, Korea, Italy, Germany and Vietnam. Dave is a Turkish linguist and was an interpreter for the NATO Commander in Izmir during the 1960's. Dave's second novel, Mystic Wolf, will be coming out in the fall. He is currently working on a roman noire mystery.



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