The Death Machine Contract

Mike McCray

11-14-23

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11-14-23

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Fiction/War & Military

Description

The main event is manslaughter.

Someone wanted to overthrow the government of San Sebastian, a country whose tiny army, nonaligned status, and location on the deadly curve of Central America made it ripe for subversion. The first try was an attempted hit on its president on a crowded street in Washington. The second was an invasion from the sea.

Both times the Black Berets were there to keep the worst from happening. But how long could five men and one boy hold out against an army of the world’s most skilled assassins? An army with limitless resources—and the patience to keep on killing?

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Release Date November 14, 2023
Language English
Genre Fiction, War & Military
Author Bio
Mike McCray

Mike McCray was a pseudonym shared by John Preston and Michael McDowell. John Preston was a pioneer in the early gay rights movement and publishing initiatives and the author or editor of more than twenty-five acclaimed books. Along with the Black Berets series, he wrote numerous entries in Gold Eagle’s Soldiers of Barrabas series under the pseudonym Jack Hild. As Preston McAdam, he wrote the three books in the Michael Sheriff: The Shield series. Michael McDowell wrote many successful novels under his own name, cowrote four novels under the pseudonym Nathan Aldyne (with Dennis Schuetz), and his screen credits include Beetlejuice, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Thinner, and episodes for a number of television horror anthologies. Unfortunately, they both died at an early age due to complications related to AIDS.

Overview

The main event is manslaughter.

Someone wanted to overthrow the government of San Sebastian, a country whose tiny army, nonaligned status, and location on the deadly curve of Central America made it ripe for subversion. The first try was an attempted hit on its president on a crowded street in Washington. The second was an invasion from the sea.

Both times the Black Berets were there to keep the worst from happening. But how long could five men and one boy hold out against an army of the world’s most skilled assassins? An army with limitless resources—and the patience to keep on killing?