Required Reading

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Saturday, December 12, 2015

Dead in Damascus by Stephen Templin



This is a short story set with the characters from Templin's Special Operations Group series.   Chris Paladin, the Seal is back along with Hannah Andrade the CIA operative.
This time they are retrieving a USB drive with an asset that details information on Professor Mordet, a recurring villain.

Heavy on action and light on plot but that is often the characteristic of a short story.  The fact that I have read the Special Operation Group books meant that the story line was, perhaps clearer, than it would be for someone just reading the short story.   With that said, for fans of the series, the short story will be a treat.

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