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Black Op: Africa

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Henry Mallard was a decent average guy who always tried to do the right thing. His life had problems and he dealt with them pretty well. His enlistment in the US Army was going great until his commander asked for a favor.
The politically accepted practice of Apartheid, or the segregation of people by race in South Africa, led to some intensely turbulent times. As a result, thousands of innocent black African villagers were being massacred. When an elite group of American volunteers was asked to secretly put an end to the slaughter they were met with betrayal and murdered. Only one soldier survived the mission and carefully worked his way around the world and back to the USA to find out if his closest friend had set him up. What would Henry do when he got his answer?

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