Sometimes to expose the lie you must bury the truth. "Summer Of The Dragons" is an espionage thriller where love, loyalty and betrayal intertwine on the Korean Peninsula. Written by a former US Army Intelligence Officer, this compelling work of fiction will not disappoint.
Jesse Cullen, an American army intelligence officer, still haunted by memories of a covert operation gone wrong, has long ago stopped wondering about the morality of his profession. Now in Seoul investigating the rise of anti-Americanism and a clandestine biological attack against US forces, he meets and falls in love with Hope Park, a North Korean spy posing as a college professor. Jesse's investigation leads him into a web of intrigue as he learns that the responsibility for both the anti-Americanism sweeping the South and the biological attack on US forces link back to a single DPRK cell and Hope Park.
What should have gotten him a medal turns out to be one more Intel report that's going nowhere, as he discovers that even the murder of American soldiers won't be allowed to derail the US and South Korean governments' pursuit of a peace treaty with North Korea and a joint Nobel Peace Prize. Angry and disillusioned by both governments' actions, Jesse walks a dangerous line, as he seeks to protect the woman he loves while exposing the political corruption and power struggles roiling the Korean peninsula.