Book: Khan in Rasputin's Shadow by Chad Ryan Huskinscategories: Book, Espionage, Intrigue, Infiltration, Stealth, Extraction, Mercenary, Mercenaries, Conspiracy, Conspiracies, Prison, Suspense Thriller
Chad Huskinsabout this book: Set in Florence, Colorado, just outside of ADX prison, the most fortified prison in the world, two mercenaries will attempt the impossible.
Codename KHAN: A former member of U.S. Special Forces, he is hired by the mysterious Axis Group to penetrate ADX and extract a prisoner known only as "Prisoner 866." Khan has seen a lot in his time, he helped take Baghdad and stormed Saddam Hussein's palace, but this job becomes increasingly complicated, forcing his recruiter and handler, Guy King, to bring in a second operative.
Codename RASPUTIN: A civilian and lifelong student of stealth and wilderness survival, Rasputin is brought in fresh from a job in Japan to assist with infiltrating ADX. Young and impulsive, he takes risks most others are willing to take.
These two must work through their different styles and techniques, infiltrate ADX, and run a series of long cons in order to extract Prisoner 866. All the while, they must avoid another operative, "Typhoid Ageless," who they suspect has been brought in to kill them and their prisoner as soon as they've extracted him. The Axis Group appears to have turned on them. But why?
OPERATION: KHAN IN RASPUTIN'S SHADOW: COMMENCE.
• "A top pick for any suspense fan looking for intrigue and espionage." — Midwest Book Review 5/5 stars
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