One Man Can Bring Down North Korea's Nuclear Capability
A German Intelligence agent, deep undercover in the Russian FSB, finds incriminating evidence that Moscow sold nuclear materials to North Korea. But his capture sends alarm bells through Berlin, who urgently wants the agent's documents to tell what he knows.
Enter Major Sophie Decker, who could be either the agent's rescuer - or his executioner.
One Man Holds The Key To The World’s Nuclear Balance Of Power
A German Intelligence agent, who was long-term deep undercover in the Russian FSB, is betrayed and forced to go on the run. He makes it as far as the forests of Smolensk before being captured by a sadistic ex-KGB colonel, now working freelance for the FSB.
His capture sets off a wave of panic at the very highest levels of the German government. For this agent, before he ran, found evidence that could implicate the Russian government in the illegal sales of nuclear material to North Korea. These same documents also show a way of remotely disabling those missiles before they could even get off the ground.
The German chancellor, Claudia Meyer, gives Major Sophie Decker, chief of the elite and covert Department 89 an order. Go deep into Russian territory, rescue the agent, and recover the documents.
But the Russians know Decker and her agents are coming.