By Peter Telep
A continuous video-game tie-in novel sequence "created by" Tom Clancy, yet written by way of a number of authors less than the pseudonym David Michaels till this latest one written through Peter Telep.
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Sam Fisher needs to store one man's lifestyles to avoid wasting his personal country.
Eccentric billionaire Igor Kasperov owns some of the most influential and winning anti-virus software program businesses on the earth. but if the Kremlin orders him to unharness a catastrophic malicious program opposed to the us, he's pressured to escape for his life.
Sam Fisher and Fourth Echelon are charged with discovering Kasperov and offering the yank president's supply for political asylum. simply because there are others searching for Kasperov. And the one factor they're going to provide him is a quick death...
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Yet now this has me thinking—we proven that the Iranians weren't concerned with the Blacklist Engineers. So what makes the Russians larger companions? ” “I’m uncertain, yet I guess the oligarchs were operating with the Iranians in this for lots longer than we notice. The Iranians stood by means of and watched Sadiq and his Blacklist Engineers start up their plan, and so they saw us and exact our weaknesses,” Grim stated. “And possibly they discovered within the oligarchs a better-connected and –financed best friend who may perhaps pull off a robbery just like the one at Mayak. possibly there have been political or ideological transformations among Sadiq’s humans and the Iranians, and the results won't have benefited Iran. ” “Maybe they suggestion Sadiq used to be an asshole,” stated Charlie. Fisher repressed a smile and nodded. Ollie referred to as from his station. “POTUS at the line. ” They became their heads to the overhead monitor, the place President Caldwell provided a curt greeting. “I’ve been at the telephone with President Treskayev all afternoon. We simply confirmed him the video you took. ” Fisher narrowed his gaze on her. “Did you ask him if he had any suspicions approximately this guy Chern? ” “I did. And he wouldn’t discuss that. He’s says the oligarchs on our checklist must’ve been tipped off and fled, yet all of the intel resources in Asia and Europe were alerted. whilst I educated him concerning the neutron generator and Natanz, he flatly denied that any Russian voters will be concerned. I advised him that for a veteran flesh presser he used to be appearing relatively naïve. ” “I agree,” acknowledged Grim. “Honestly, notwithstanding, he’s now not my largest challenge instantaneously. Israel’s Knesset is debating a preemptive air strike at the Natanz facility, and the country’s air strength has already slipped into our an identical of DEFCON One. Now this entire factor might develop into a center East powder keg. ” “Sounds like we’re going to Iran,” acknowledged Fisher. Caldwell sighed in frustration, then ultimately nodded. “If I bear in mind, you recognize your means round there, at the very least Quds strength headquarters, besides. You’ll have my support. ” Grim was once on the SMI desk. “If we fly into Baghdad, we’re nonetheless an eleven-hour highway journey. ” “HALO bounce? ” Fisher requested. Grim shook her head. “They’ve acquired a few critical antiaircraft weapons. There’s simply no long way to get there. It’s smack in the midst of the barren region. ” “We’ll paintings it out,” Fisher guaranteed the president. yet they have been losing their time— simply because now not six hours later, as they cruised over the Atlantic, Grim heard again from one of many Mossad floor brokers assigned to be their eyes and ears on Natanz. He breathlessly mentioned that one in every of his colleagues were in a fight with a fringe protect and that either males had died. in advance of his dying, the agent had photographed site visitors coming out and in of the facility—government vehicles, army cars, and diverse supply vans. much more importantly, he’d moved in with regards to a loading dock and had captured whatever huge and draped in tarpaulins being transferred right into a tractor trailer. The agent died earlier than he may possibly transmit these photographs, that have been discovered kept on his digital camera.