By Tom Clancy, Peter Telep

The grasp of foreign intrigue and explosive motion introduces a brand new hero for a brand new period of conflict . . . opposed to a brand new form of threat--get able to meet ex-Navy SEAL Max Moore.

A terrorist bombing in Pakistan wipes out Max Moore’s whole CIA crew. because the in simple terms survivor, the previous military SEAL plunges deeper into the treacherous tribal lands to discover the terrorist telephone, yet what he discovers there leads him to a miles darker conspiracy in an unforeseen a part of the globe—the US/Mexico border.

the following a drug struggle rages among the Juarez and Sinaloa cartels. The panorama is strewn with our bodies, innocents and drug buyers alike, yet is there a fair deadlier enemy lurking in historical past? Into this lethal brew, Moore leads a gaggle of especially chosen brokers whose bold activities demonstrate surprising solutions and discover an unholy plan—a strike opposed to the very center of the US.

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The grasp of overseas intrigue and explosive motion introduces a brand new hero for a brand new period of struggle . . . opposed to a brand new form of threat--get able to meet ex-Navy SEAL Max Moore.

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So Stone recommended his boss. At first Herring had to demur. He was running a Reagan-initi­ ated project called the Technology Transfer Assessment Center (TTAC). His job was to detect and prevent the Soviet bloc from stealing American technology. Herring believed deeply in what he was doing and as an added bonus was totally in his element, gath­ ering intelligence and briefing allies on the Soviet threat to West­ ern technology. By now Galvin was getting antsy, and told his staff if they couldn't find someone, he would.

Motorola representa­ tives, knowing all about their counterparts across the table-their likes, dislikes, interests, education, hobbies, family background, and prior strategies in corporate negotiations-were able to make breezy conversation; everyone was at ease, and a deal was struck quickly. "Ironically, competitor intelligence helped deter paranoia," Her­ ring says. " Afterward, one of Mo­ torola's representatives, so impressed with the profiles, showed one of the dossiers to his Toshiba counterpart, much to Herring's cha­ grin.

The two Japanese firms with which Motorola had already forged trading partnerships maintained a traditional Japanese business culture. Their leaders were Shinto and did not respond to American gregariousness. They maintained rigid cultural barriers and a direct connection to their religious and cultural roots, and Western companies did not report positive interactions. Some even claimed the two compa­ nies had failed to live up to their obligations, hiding behind an im­ penetrable cloak. Herring surmised that meant they put their com­ pany and country above all else, and it would not be easy for Motorola to strike a deal, one that would require both companies to establish a mutual bond of trust.

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