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In the mid-1960s, Soviet nuclear engineer Zelta Rensky plans to use Operation Code Name Rustler – the highjacking of a US nuclear submarine – to defect to the United States.  Her quest takes her on a treacherous chase from the highest political offices in Moscow to the sweltering cane fields of Cuba and back again as she meets and comes to love a like-minded Russian doctor. Together they work frantically to outwit the KGB, Cuban military, and, before it’s over, even the CIA. With American war plans, shocking family secrets, hidden guerrilla outposts and a sunken sub at stake, this lightning paced tale shocks and satisfies!

Author Jonathan D. Scott who wrote  LENEGRIN says:  "When they coined the phrase "page-turner," they must have been thinking about CODE NAME RUSTLER. Sipple and Wolstenholme have written a novel so compellingly realistic, I wondered if it was a true story. This book is a ticket into a terrifying yet irresistible world of intrigue and love."

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