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The Iron Sickle by Martin Limon

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Also by Martin Limon:

The Line, November 2018
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The Iron Sickle
Martin Limon

Sergeants Sueño and Bascom #9
Soho Press
September 2014
On Sale: August 26, 2014
Featuring: George Sueno; Ernie Bascom
300 pages
ISBN: 1616953918
EAN: 9781616953911
Kindle: B00IQQV0N6
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Mystery | Thriller Military

When a U.S. Army Claims officer stationed in South Korea is murdered in grisly fashion the roustabout duo of George Sueño and Ernie Bascom go against orders to track a calculating killer.

Early one rainy morning, the head of the 8th United States Army Claims Office in Seoul, South Korea, is brutally murdered by a Korean man in a trench coat with a small iron sickle hidden in his sleeve. The attack is a complete surprise, carefully planned and clinically executed.  How did this unidentified Korean civilian get onto the tightly controlled US Army base? And why attack the claims officer—is there an unsettled grudge, a claim of damages that was rejected by the US Army?
 
Against orders, CID agents George Sueño and Ernie Bascom start to investigate. Somehow, no one they speak to has been interviewed yet. The 8th Army isn't great at solving cases, but they aren't usually this bad, either. George and Ernie begin to suspect that someone doesn’t want the case solved.

Martin Limón proves once again why he is hailed by his peers as one of the greatest military writers of his time.

Sergeants Sueño and Bascom

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