Man in the Middle

By Brian Haig
(Grand Central Publishing, Mass Market Paperback, 9780446616676, 688pp.)

Publication Date: August 2009

Other Editions of This Title: Hardcover

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Description

For newly promoted Army lieutenant colonel Sean Drummond, his latest assignment starts off simply enough: find out if the death of one of D.C.'s most influential defense officials was murder or suicide. Most investigators would call it a cut-and-dried case, but nothing is ever that simple.


Teamed with Bian Tran, the attractive Army Military Police officer investigating the case, Drummond is about to embark on a journey that takes him from the labyrinthine channels of American intelligence to the killing rooms of Iraq. None of it will be more difficult than navigating the shadowy minds and motivations of his enemies and so-called colleagues.


What Drummond uncovers will make him question everything he believes in. Because the more he digs, the more he learns about the key players-American and Middle Eastern-in a war that rages bloodier every day. A war where betrayal is a daily occurrence and makes him ask: Are my loyalties to my superiors or to the American soldiers battling for their lives?




About the Author

BRIAN HAIG is the New York Times bestselling author of six novels featuring JAG attorney Sean Drummond. A former special assistant to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, he has also been published in journals ranging from the New York Times to USA Today to Details. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and four children. For more information on the author you can visit his website at www.brianhaig.com.




Praise For Man in the Middle

"A sizzling thriller...the mouthy lawyer with the susceptible heart is as good as the genre offers."—Kirkus Reviews (starred review) on THE PRESIDENT'S ASSASSIN

"Enormously exciting, timely, and entertaining."—Library Journal on PRIVATE SECTOR

"Haig keeps the action and wisecracks coming fast . . . He has a natural narrative gift."—The Washington Post

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