Department 89 is a secretive German Military Intelligence department that deals with the worst threats to the German state. They are unofficial, ruthless, and above the law. In this short novella, you will find out for the first time how Department 89 got started.
Captain Sophie Decker is frustrated and bored as a German Intelligence agent. But when she gets herself into the middle of an assassination plot against the German chancellor, she is suddenly presented with an opportunity to serve her country she never previously thought possible.More info →
Department 89 is a secretive German government department that deals with threats to the state. They are unofficial, ruthless, and above the law. They answer only to the German chancellor and they are deniable.
Their boss is Captain Sophie Decker, formerly of German Intelligence. She got the top job at Department 89 after she saved the Chancellor's life from an assassin. Now she is putting her special and deadly skills to work on Germany's enemies, both foreign and domestic.More info →
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.More info →
A drunken US diplomat accidentally kills six German children in a car accident. But when he and his corrupt US Ambassador boss decide to invoke diplomatic immunity to protect a scam they are running against their own government, that is one step too far for the German government. Major Sophie Decker decides to prove that there is no such thing as sovereign territory.More info →
After the failed attempt to kill a defector who fled to Germany, the North Korean security chief orders a revenge attack on Berlin. It becomes the most serious attack on the city since World War II, as well as shaking the European Union to its foundations.More info →