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K.A. Bachus

January 1970 978-1-7364925-2-9

"A woman should be able to ask for what she wants."

It’s 1993, and Air Force Captain Claire Nolan hopes to be one of the first women to fly a combat fighter aircraft. She has no intention of letting Steve Donovan’s captivating brown eyes derail her ambitions, but his team could cost her more than her career. Steve is a member of Charlemagne, the premier freelance specialist team used by western governments for black operations conducted without fingerprints.

The team has come to Okinawa to eliminate a threat to Steve’s young son, and Claire has been appointed as support liaison. She supplies the team with dinner and finds herself part of a plan to elicit the information they need from their target in order to save the child.

During a frenetic and bewildering two-day period, while Charlemagne tries to identify an enemy asset, it becomes increasingly clear to Claire that she has become the bait on a truly deadly hook.

Swallow is the seventh book in K.A. Bachus’s unflinching Charlemagne Files series. Will Claire live to fly in combat? Will she get her man? Will she live to do either?

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