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First came People's Republic, then Indian CountryNow, Kelly Turnbull returns, locked and loaded, in Wildfire.Blue America teeters on the edge of chaos and collapse, but that's not ex-operator Kelly Turnbull's problem anymore - until he is called out of retirement for a crucial job in Siberia that turns out to be a deadly trap. Now Turnbull must go deep undercover inside the crumbling People's Republic's secret police force to stop a jihadi threat that could kill millions in both red and blue America. Working alongside his sworn enemy, he has to put his trust where he always has - in his instincts and his .45 automatic as his bloody campaign of revenge takes him from Mexico City to Germany to the bowels of the urban jungle of the abandoned Pentagon where, MAC-10 in hand, Turnbull faces his deadliest enemy.
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