An elite U.S. military unit (JASPERS) has compelling evidence that the president's policies are emasculating the military and making America vulnerable. With their beloved country at risk, JASPERS recruits Navy SEAL Henry Thompson (H.T.) to assassinate him. When H.T. questions the moral difference between assassination and murder, suddenly his own life is at stake along with America's future.
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Heat Sync is about a secret group of well trained soldiers based in Fort Belvoir, Maryland. They're so off the grid that the name of their group is changed regularly (I called them JASPERS, for Joint Services Personal Warfare School).
The group is real, or at least it was (I have no idea if it still exists), but editors found the concept of a secret army a little far-fetched and passed on it. At least until a major national magazine exposed the group as "The President's Private Army."
After that, Heat Sync, the story of one assassin who finds no honor in killing a vaguely-defined enemy, was immediately released in print, and is now available as an e-book as well as in a 2012 revised print edition.
I was 19 when I first escaped over an international border. Mexican Federales stormed into a bloody brawl at a crappy bar deep inside Juarez, and I stopped fighting to bolt down the stairs. A fast moving parade of uniforms chased this gringo through crowded streets as they blasted their whistles in warning of a bullet in the back.
I absolutely loved that feeling and have been jumping borders ever since, usually with a legal visa, sometimes with a black market one, and occasionally with no cover-of-authority at all (I'm not good with rules). I've jumped for governments and security clients, but mostly out of my own lust for adventure, and I've always done it alone. That is until my beautiful, brainy, Belgian wife - a war-zone veteran who's fluent in several languages and can drive just about anything with wheels - teamed up with me.
I'm Wes DeMott and I'm an adventurer. I can't help myself. My dad laid out the pattern and my mom sewed the seams. I've broken dozens of bones and required hundreds of stitches to close wounds, but I still live for the metal taste that only comes when excitement barely outpaces genuine fear. Add an ocean to that exotic flavor and I'm happier than a kid with an ant farm.
I'm also an award-winning, international bestselling novelist. I don't write stories about outer space or werewolves because I don't know squat about either one, but like Hemingway and London before me, you can bet your last canteen of water that I'm pretty damn familiar with everything you'll read in my books. To adventure, my friend...Wes
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Book Description Leisure Books, 2005. Mass-market paperback. Book Condition: New. Mass market (rack) paperback. Glued binding. 357 p. Audience: General/trade. Bookseller Inventory # Alibris_0009601
Book Description Leisure Books, 2005. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0843955457
Book Description Leisure Books, 2005. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110843955457