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The GreenSeed Conspiracy

Length: 379 pages5 hours


“We’re from the government and we’re here to help.”

Duncan Stone didn’t pay much attention to that well-worn proverb till after he took the mission.

Stone served his country as one of the Army’s best special operators in South Asia, and then as a retirement specialist for the Resolution Support Agency. Well hidden in the federal bureaucracy, RSA resolves problems—with extreme prejudice—for other federal agencies. They prosecute targets, like terrorists and drug lords, that conventional law enforcement can’t.

Stone retires—kills—bad guys. He was one of the best, successfully executing dozens of missions till one day something goes wrong. That was the last mission he worked until his boss calls to say he has an op, coded GreenSeed, that’s perfect for Stone. With little hesitation, he rejoins the team that was more family to him than anybody else and dives back in to the only thing he was ever good at.

But his mission veers out of control when he finds he’s actually covering up human genetic experiments gone badly wrong. Stone has only hours to find out who’s calling the shots and why a government secret just made him and everybody he knows expendable.

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