It's been decades since the United States pulled their troops out of Vietnam--but many believe the POWs and soldiers listed as MIA still linger, prisoners of a maniacal regime who refuse to give up. Colonel Leonard Oates and Army Major turned magazine publisher, Robert Green, have made the extraction of these remaining POWs their lifelong mission. When solid evidence emerges that at least two American soldiers are still being tortured and held prisoner at a camp nestled among the borders of Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam, they will do anything, pay any price, to save these men.
Rossen and Tommy are two former Marine Sergeants who went into business for themselves--as assassins. They have contracted with every branch of the Armed Forces, but they have two requirements, the price has to be right, and their targets have to be bad--really bad. Heeding the call of the Colonel and the Major, Rossen and Tommy find themselves deep in the ruins of Angkor Wat, battling for their lives and hunting for this remote prison camp, but what they find is well beyond their worst nightmare. . . .
About: Former Marine sergeants-turned-freelance assassins Rossen and Tommy are hired by Colonel Leonard Oates and Robert Green, an ex-Army major and magazine publisher, to investigate rumors that at least two American soldiers, listed as MIA since Vietnam, are being held and tortured at a POW camp on the borders of Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam.
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