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A series of unexplained- violent crimes on Election Day around the U.S. leads the FBI to zero in on a covert group of Russian terrorists. When a Texas journalism student named Miriam accidentally finds herself mixed up in the investigation- her life will never be the same. With political espionage- treason- and even mind control- can she clear her name and stop the U.S. from entering into a new Cold War? From writer Stephanie Phillips (Butcher of Paris- ARTEMIS AND THE ASSASSIN- DESCENDENT) and artist Robert Carey (Aliens: Resistance- James Bond) comes a fast-paced political thriller that explores the dark history of U.S./Russian relations.
RED ATLANTIS #1
(W) Stephanie Phillips (A) Robert Carey (CA) Tim Bradstreet
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