Shadows at War by Kenneth L. Capps
In the background of Operation Iraqi Freedom and the war in Iraq, with a dedicated soldier as their own pawn, two powerful men play a high-stakes game. One works on the side of good, but is corrupted when he realizes what he could gain by utilizing his position to his own advantage. The other has been working for years, patiently waiting for his chance to possess his prize. but which of them is the lesser of the two evils? The line between them is blurred by a shadow that grows darker with each carefully crafted lie.
Kenneth L. Capps joined the US Marine Corps in 1979 for a 13-year career. His debut novel, Forgiving Waters, won a 2012 Readers Favorite Award and a 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Award in the First Novel category. Ken’s writing career started at 50 years of age in what he considers to be the best years of his life.