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Heat Sync by Wes Demott
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Heat Sync (2005)

by Wes Demott

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Revised e-book edition replaces original 2005 paperback edition. ( )
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Recruited from SEALS to join Jaspers, a covert military force, Henry Thompson believes he’s training to assassinate foreign threats to this country. Only after he graduates and gets his orders does he realize that his true mission is to kill the President of the United States by using the White House access his girlfriend provides, and that he’s already too boxed in by his handlers to refuse. Heat Sync is an exciting but non-traditional thriller that deeply probes the emotions and psychology of a patriotic killer. 

Heat Sync takes you through the U.S. Assassination School exposed by NEWSWEEK Magazine just prior to this novel's publication. Learn the pain and process of sanctioned murder from LT. Henry Thompson, who was recruited for JASPERS from the U.S. Navy SEALS
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0843955457, Mass Market Paperback)

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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Henry Thompson believes he is being trained to assassinate foreign enemies who pose a threat to this country. It's only when he receives his orders that he realizes what his true mission is-to kill the President of the United States.

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