Breaking Ranks by Ed Ruggero

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When a young second lieutenant apparently commits suicide, Major Mark Isen pursues an unofficial investigation that threatens to stain the reputation of the 82nd paratroopers and incurs the wrath of army golden boy Harlan Veir.
 

About Ed Ruggero

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Ed Ruggero is the author of Combat Jump: The Young Men Who Led the Assault into Fortress Europe, July 1943 and Duty First: A Year in the Life of West Point and the Making of American Leaders. He was an infantry officer in the United States Army for eleven years and is an experienced keynote speaker on leadership development. He lives in Wallingford, Pennsylvania.
 
Published January 1, 1995 by Pocket Books. 390 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Convinced that the official reports omit some ugly details on the death by gunshot of Hauck, whose body was found in the parking lot behind a topless joint known as Jiggles, Isen keeps digging with the reluctant assistance of McCall, a crusty young black woman who, despite concurring in his suspi...

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Army Major Mark Isen, last seen in Firefall, is trapped in the Pentagon, ``driving a desk,'' when his mentor, Major General Flynn, asks if he would investigate the suicide of Flynn's nephew, Michael Hauck.

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Continuation of the Major Mark Isen series, in which he investigates the mysterious death of a soldier at Fort Bragg.

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