By Tom Clancy
Within the newly unified Germany, outdated horrors are reborn.
It is the start of Chaos Days, a time whilst Neo-Nazi teams assemble to unfold violence and resurrect undesirable desires. yet this 12 months, Germany is not the basically aim. Plans are afoot to destabilize Europe and reason turmoil in the course of the United States.
Paul Hood and his workforce, already in Germany to shop for expertise for the recent local Op-Center, turn into entangled within the quandary. They discover a stunning strength at the back of the chaos -- a bunch that makes use of state of the art know-how to advertise hate and impression global occasions.
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