Wet Work

4400-wetwork4400 taken. 4400 returned.
With no memory of where they’ve been.
And they haven’t aged a day.
Some have returned with startling new abilities…

1992: For nearly a decade, the international assassin known only as “the Wraith” has eluded authorities. Political leaders, powerful heads of business, terrorists known and suspected have numbered among the many victims until — without explanation — the Wraith disappears….

2005: Tom Baldwin and Diana Skouris are investigating Jordan Collier’s murder but they’re pulled off the case. Washington believes the Wraith, a one-time freelance agent for the U.S. government, is active again. When a high-ranking CIA officer who oversaw the rogue operator’s activities is killed, evidence at the scene points to the Wraith and that this highly-efficient killer is now a 4400. The NTAC agents only have thirteen-year-old leads to follow an assassin who was never caught. Suddenly, the Wraith kills another Returnee. Why? What does this mean? Can the mounting fears of the 4400 be right? Or is this just one Returnee who has gone off the track? Baldwin and Skouris need to know, but will they find out before the Wraith completes this deadly covert objective?

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About Dayton Ward

Freelance word pusher. Husband. Dad. Trekkie. Rush fan (the band). Tampa Bay Bucs fan. Observer/derider of human behavior. I know where my towel is.
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