Jack Casey’s years of invaluable service to the Central Intelligence Agency are coming to a close and his wife, Cherie, couldn’t be more excited about their new plans—move to Africa and spend their retirement working with wildlife conservatives.
Unfortunately, the landlocked country of Zimbabwe has become increasingly harsh and inhumane. Now, after months of having their lands and wealth robbed by the corrupt President Mkipii, a group of activists have risen up to revolt against the corrupt and abusive government…a coup d’état.
Waiting in the proverbial wings stands a man chosen by the people to take back their country and the only thing the revolution needs is a little outside help to complete the task…
…enter the CIA.
While the current U.S. President Martinez works on his own re-election campaign, the U.S. economy continues a steady, downward spiral. Soon, President Martinez shifts his focus to Zimbabwe where he hopes to create a political diversion. But the last thing he needs is a foreign policy blunder that could cost him the Oval Office.
The tension builds as strategic teams of CIA operatives are moved into Zimbabwe and placed in key positions to help aid in the overthrow. However, one vacancy remains to be filled, and Agent Jack Casey seems to be the perfect man for the job.
“Author Jack Kassinger’s exceptional talents place him among the ranks of Techno-Thriller masters like Robert Ludlum and Dale Brown,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing LLC. “Storms Over Zimbabwe: The OPCON Finding is taut and terrifying—engulfing the reader in every page of covert action.”
Jack Kassinger was born in Henderson, Kentucky, and graduated from Northern Virginia Community College and the Federal Executive Institute in Charlottesville, Virginia. Following his service in the Marine Corps, Kassinger joined the Central Intelligence Agency, and retired in 1995 as a Senior Intelligence Officer. He resides in Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas with his wife, Cherie. Mr. Kassinger is the author of, “Holding Hands with Heroes,” a memoir and “Noble Cause: A CIA Spy Thriller” published by Brighton Publishing LLC.