A Question of Time

James Stejskal

The CIA's most valuable spy has been compromised. Only an unconventional secret Army unit has any chance of safely extracting him from East Berlin. The Cold War is about to turn hot.
Date Published :
October 2020
Publisher :
Casemate
Series :
The Snake Eater Chronicles
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Binding : Hardback
ISBN : 9781612009032
Pages : 304
Dimensions : 9 X 6 inches
Stock Status : Not Yet Published. Available for Pre-Order
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$24.95

Overview
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Berlin, 1979.

When the CIA’s most valuable spy is compromised, the Agency realizes it does not have the capability to bring him to safety. If he cannot evade the dreaded East German security service, the result will be chaos and a cascade of failures throughout the Agency’s worldwide operations.

Master Sergeant Kim Becker lived through the hell of Vietnam as a member of the elite Studies and Operations Group. When he lost one of his best men in a pointless operation, he began to question his mission. Now, he is serving with an even more secretive Army Special Forces unit based in Berlin on the front line of the Cold War.

The CIA turns to Becker’s team of unconventional warfare specialists to pull their bacon out of the fire. Becker and his men must devise a plan to get him out by whatever means possible. It's a race against time to prepare and execute the plan while, alone in East Berlin, the agent must avoid his nemesis and play for time inside the hostile secret service headquarters he has betrayed.

One question remains — is the man worth the risk?

About The Author
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James Stejskal is a former US Army Special Forces soldier who served on special operations in many “interesting places” worldwide before retiring as a Chief Warrant Officer 4. He was then recruited by the Central Intelligence Agency to serve again as a senior Case Officer in Africa, Europe, and the Far East before finally retiring from active service. He is now a military historian and the author of Special Forces Berlin and Masters of Mayhem. He lives in Virginia with his wife, Wanda.

REVIEWS
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"Stejskal, who served 35 years with the U.S. Army Special Forces and the CIA, convincingly describes the mission’s progress, and does a good job building suspense even if the outcome is never in doubt. Fans of realistic espionage fiction will look forward to the sequel."

- Publishers Weekly

"Fiction that reads like fact. Boots on the ground, real-life drama, rich with details only an insider could write… an outstanding book.”

- John Stryker Meyer, MACV SOG Veteran and Author of "Across The Fence: The Secret War in Vietnam"

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