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    This is easily the darkest of the Troubleshooters series. It's one thing for the enemy to be in Kazbekistan but when the enemy is homegrown it's more than creepy. And this villain is seriously creepy. The first time I read about him it was seriously chilling. The tension after the first training exercise was incredible - a clever plot device to lull us into a sense of complacency. The other enemy is the weather - the cover is a giveaway. The women in this novel are incredibly strong. Some of them have appeared in previous books while others, introduced in this book, come into their own, one of them quite surprisingly. And it looks like some ships that pass in the night will keep on passing for the foreseeable future.

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