Bristling with suspense, Trojan Horse by S. Lee Manning hurls the reader into the dark underbelly of international crime, espionage, and politics. The dialog is sharp, the characters memorable, and the insider details fascinating. This is an exciting new talent. May Manning’s novels be many and frequent. You won't want to miss this, Manning’s outstanding debut. ---
TROJAN HORSE: A Kolya Petrov Thriller
Mihail Cuza, a descendant of Vlad the Impaler, has rigged nuclear power plants in fifteen cities around the globe to melt down simultaneously.
Cuza drives a stake through a young intelligence agent who uncovers his plan and leaves her to die in agony.
Kolya Petrov and a team of covert American operatives find her body and race to uncover the plot.
Unknown to Kolya or his team, his agency designs a Trojan horse to stop Cuza. Also unknown to Kolya, his own agency has set him up to be kidnapped and tortured - and plans to use his love for his fiancee against him.
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