|Death Gamble (2004) [Novel]|
by Tim Tresslar
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Series: Executioner, the
(From the publisher):
Nightwind, the military's best-kept secret, is the most lethal anti-missile aircraft in America's arsenal. Its solid-state laser system and advanced optics make it virtually indestructible and infinitely lethal. But, willing to barter his secrets to enemies of the Western world, the scientist who created it has sold out. The blueprints for Nightwind are going on the auction block in exchange for cold hard cash.
Brokering the deal is an ex-KGB killer with traitors on his payroll. Nikolai Kursk's vision is limited only by his capacity for power. Not only has he put the scientist and the system plans on the market, he's about to up the ante by stealing the plane itself.
His buyers are dealing because they want to see America burn. And their blood money suits Kursk just fine. But that kind of currency carries a price - soon to be collected in full by the Executioner.
Original title: Death Gamble
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Male-Action/Adventure