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In this tale of honor and espionage, the reader is introduced to the nameless, faceless covert operative code-named the Unknown Soldier. During World War II, this cleanup man was responsible for all of the dirty jobs that no one else wanted to do. After the war ended, so did his existence. Now, forty years later, maverick CIA agent William Clyde begins a search to find the legendary patriot. As he uncovers a tangled web of decades old conspiracies and corruption, Clyde soon learns that there can be dire consequences for unyielding commitment to duty at any cost.







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This is a great tale of conspiracies and cover ups.  Maverick CIA agent William Clyde, wants to learn the truth.  Sometimes the truth is best left alone.  Garth Ennis is at his best.  He is famous for his over-the-top violence and crazy$#!+, which at times I believe takes away from the actual focus on the story.  It be comes what F'ed up thing will happen next.  This book doesn't have those " Preacher" moments.   The interior art is great, Kilian Plunkett does a wonderful job.  Tim Bradstreet ...

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