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The End of Russia’s War in Ukraine

by Ted Halstead  US United States

July 31, 2020   |    221 reads    |   0 comments

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The End of Russia’s War in Ukraine - Book coverThree Russian agents have just learned that a thermonuclear warhead was stolen from Soviet forces in Ukraine decades ago.  Their mission is to find it, since at 500 kilotons the warhead has enough power to level a major city.

Even worse than that, though, is that America suspects the warhead wasn’t really stolen.  Instead, the American President believes the warhead’s detonation might be a pretext to let Russia seize Ukraine.

If the Russian agents fail and the warhead does destroy a Ukrainian city, America’s President will retaliate against a Russian military target.

Will the agents find the warhead before it is used, and starts WWIII? This will be the Russian agents’ greatest challenge yet.

ISBN: 
979-8-6670-8267-5

About The Author

Ted Halstead served twenty-five years in the State Department as a Foreign Service Officer, most of it overseas, and was promoted to the Senior Foreign Service after his second tour at US Embassy Riyadh. His tours included four years at US Embassy Seoul, and two years at the East Asia Pacific Bureau in DC. He is a National War College graduate, and served for three years at a regional US military headquarters.

Other books by Ted Halstead

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