US Army Criminal Investigation Command Special Agent Mark Winters is brought into a Tampa Police investigation of an old skeleton at a construction site when an Army commemorative ring from the 1st Gulf War is discovered with the body. Winters’ team follows the evidence to discover the victim was a reservist with the North Carolina National Guard attached to a US Corps of Engineers district in Jacksonville, Florida.
The case leads Winters team to a newly promoted general with the Corps serving in Japan and a further crimes more extensive then they could have imagined.
Throughout, Winters must balance the needs of the investigation with his falling out with the prosecutor over a murder investigation and court martial in Tamp, the hidden agenda by his new boss at Fort Benning to have him replaced and a serious turn for the worse in his relationship with his wife and her demanding mother.
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Do you like police procedurals and military fiction? Allies: The Coast provides action in both venues.
The Coast is the sixth novel in the “Allies” series and the third involving its U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command characters following on the events of Allies: The Bay and The Gulf.
Chief Warrant Officer 2 Mark Winters of the US Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID) is faced with the murder of a special forces officer and the poisoning of the officer’s wife while on vacation at a beautiful Atlantic coast resort.
The investigation takes him to Mumbai, India and into a broader scheme of kidnapping, extortion and corruption. Together with an inspector from the Indian Federal Criminal Bureau of Investigation, he must unravel the intricacies of both the original murder and the kidnapping of the officer’s wife both in Mumbai and in the dangerous border region of Kashmir.
Winters path crosses with General Phil Sambrook’s son Brian, who had foregone an appointment to West Point in order to enlist in the 75th Ranger Regiment. His platoon is deployed on black special operations operating in both Afghanistan and within Pakistan.
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If you like police procedurals and military fiction, Allies: The Gulf provides action in both venues.
The Gulf is the fifth novel in the “Allies” series and the second involving its U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command characters following on the events of Allies: The Bay.
In Ocala, Florida, two Army National Guard members are brutally murdered and their pre-teen daughters abducted. Local investigators believe the murders to be incidental to the abduction and concentrate their efforts on sex offenders in local the area. For the young apprentice hitman, however, the abduction was the last thing he wanted and the girls continued existence is more a complication to his life than anything else.
Chief Warrant Officer 2 Mark Winters of the US Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID) in Lakeland Florida and his team, on the other hand, while equally haunted by the fate of the girls, comes to believe that the murders are part of string of continuing murders in a war between opposing drug cartels and the smugglers of automatic weapons operating within Florida. Their investigation leads them to the heart of the cartels’ operations in Mexico.
Meanwhile General Phil Sambrook’s has to focus on the investigations involving the potential misconduct of two separate special operations teams in Afghanistan.
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