Stonefish and the Salamander by Sly
Two enemies join forces to try to find a missing American philanthropist, but it seems the US army doesn't want them to succeed.
Notorious Australian assassin, Stonefish, and his elite squad of ex-military officers discover that their best client is missing. He is American billionaire, Saul Madison, a man not afraid of breaking laws to fix the world's problems.
The only way Stonefish can hope to locate Madison is by co-operating with his own deadliest enemy: Hiram Vanderlay, the top US civil servant who nearly destroyed his entire team. Vanderlay agrees to help because of the thousands of lives Madison's philanthropy has saved in the past and might save in the future.
These strange allies turn out to have even stranger opponents, including the US army as well as foreign terrorists. Someone who wields considerable power in America doesn't want Madison found, and Stonefish's squad rapidly becomes ensnared in a suicide mission.
- Classification: Moderate
- Work is: Complete; Extract only on Authonomy
- First submitted Aug. 20, 2012
- Last updated Jan. 2, 2015
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