Grant Blackwood

Sacrificial Lion

Experience a heart-pumping and thrilling tale of suspense!
Originally published in THRILLER (2006),edited by #1
New York Times bestselling author James Patterson.
In this intense Thriller Short, #1 New York Times bestselling writer Grant Blackwood introduces British spymaster Henry Caulder, who faces some overwhelming odds. In 1953, Caulder finds himself in a Russian prison with his health slowly deteriorating. He was sent to Germany on a mission for the CIA but was under watch by the authorities almost from the second he arrived. When captured, he was sent to Lubyanka prison and tortured for information he refuses to give up. Why? Because he knows an execution is in his future, whether he talks or not. And the fate of Europe, and perhaps the world, hangs in the balance.
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29 printed pages
Original publication
Publication year
Harlequin, MIRA
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