The Shadow War by Glen Scott Allen
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Colonial historian Benjamin Wainwright is summoned to a think tank in western Massachusetts by an old school friend who researches war-game theory. He discovers upon arrival that his friend is dead – and that the security analyst hired to investigate his death has seemingly been murdered.
A series of codes, forged documents, and secret family histories all point to the existence of a centuries-old militaristic conspiracy, and Benjamin teams up with a beautiful Russian cultural attaché to unravel the truth. They set off on a dangerous mission that stretches from Washington, D.C., to the French Riviera, to deep within the Siberian wilderness. Together, they discover the sinister forces that have been pulling the strings ever since the very founding of America.
With a gripping pace and enigmatic plot that drives the reader from one page to the next, The Shadow War is a highly intelligent thriller that asks: Was the Cold War one vast, international ruse? Who really runs the country, and to what lengths will they go to conceal their hidden agendas?