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At 18,000 feet a World War II warship is discovered in the high altitude of the Karakoram Mountains!

From the New York Times bestselling author of STORMING INTREPID, Payne Harrison straps you in for a thriller unlike anything before!

Army Major Ross Jessup is at the tail end of his tour as commander of the Delta Force Sabre-Black Squadron. But then he receives orders recalling him to the Pentagon from Afghanistan. Perplexed by the summons, he reports to the lower basement of the building's D-Ring; and there he meets a 'retired' three-star general who works directly for the President. The general offers Jessup the post as commander of an elite team. A team that deploys over the globe on singular missions - at the behest of the President. Missions that are astonishing, bizarre, unexplainable . . . and frightening.

Jessup accepts and takes command of the small but extraordinary unit - a group known only as 'The Jedburghs.' Shortly thereafter, they are deployed to the roof of the world in the Karakoram Mountains - along the disputed zone between India and Pakistan. There they confront a situation that is beyond belief and reason. For at 18,317 feet, entrapped in ice on the ledge of a snowy massif, lies a World War Two warship.

Genre: Thriller

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