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Spy Country by Mr. Alister Burns

Spy Country

by Mr. Alister Burns

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A sunken city from the last millennia holds an incomprehensible treasure trove for a new civilization that will emerge or be destroyed from the enigma of the pristine depths. Jonathan Winters, vacationing in Europe awakens beaten and battered with no recollection of the previous night or the whereabouts of his family. His capture is the first of a global threat that will send the CIA reeling and force the use of their secret weapon, Marishé, the imprisoned love of one of the most evil men to ever live, Zacharus Lindau. Agents Kalib and Sarah Burnett are entrusted with rescuing Agent Winters and ending the Lindau reign of terror against the world. A non-stop journey of suspense and intrigue brings the adversaries to a climax of love, betrayal, and mysteries from the boundless centuries of European war and domination. One man, the Surveyor, knows the intricate details of our untold history, and holds the key to the world's future and treasures of the past.

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