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REAP THE WHIRLWIND

De Bono, Douglas

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ISBN 10: 0957985886 / ISBN 13: 9780957985889
Published by Metropolis Ink, 2001
Condition: Near Fine Soft cover
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First trade paperback ed. Near fine condition, slight over all wear. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Bookseller Inventory # 31188

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Title: REAP THE WHIRLWIND

Publisher: Metropolis Ink

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: No Dustjacket

Signed: inscribed By the Author

Edition: First Ed.

Book Type: Book

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December 1999. The United States relinquishes control of the Panama Canal. The Chinese-owned Panama Ports Company assumes control and a disturbing veil of secrecy descends over the strategic waterway. A clandestine mission to China's Fujian province discovers that most of the missiles pointed at Taiwan are dummies. CIA analyst Jonas Benjamin suspects that the missing missiles are being shipped to Panama on Chinese container ships. He sets out for the Panama Zone to confirm his suspicions but disappears. It is then up to Special Forces Major Jim Harper to stage a desperate rescue mission. The legendary Chinese spymaster Goldenrod is sent to America to launch a devastating cyber-attack on America's electronic eyes and ears. Amid the digital battle that ensues, a disaffected computer hacker known as Captain America discovers the truth. Against a mosaic of unforgettable characters, where nothing is as it seems, the forces of greed, power, avarice, fear, and honor collide on a silent battlefield in a race against time where most of the players do not even realize the clock is running...

About the Author:

Douglas De Bono is a data base administrator and designer in the Minneapolis/St Paul area. He runs his own consulting company called Systems Consulting, Inc. Doug makes his home with his wife Cathy and their three children Amanda, Ben and, Amy. His writing stems from a life long interest in military and political affairs, and his goal is to make the reader wonder where the facts leave off and the fiction begins. Doug is a graduate of Carleton College(1978). He currently holds a second degree black belt,and he is an avid shooter.

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