THROWAWAY [throh-uh-wey] – Noun - An agent who is considered expendable.
Mark Strain had it all: beautiful wife, a baby on the way, and a skyrocketing career as a D.C. lobbyist. But when Mark is violently abducted from his home by masked men, everything he knows is turned upside down.
They say Mark committed treason. They say he's a traitor to the United States.
They say he's a spy.
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