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John Hayden

Fiction, Thriller

How easy should stealing a nuclear bomb be? Not as hard as trying to give it back forty years later.

At the height of the Cold War, Ryan Lovett stole a thermonuclear weapon in West Germany. Today Jake Duggan wants to give it back—without being killed or imprisoned. Not a simple task, because Jake and Ryan are the same man. If you were sixty and had spent your life hiding, who would you trust, where...