Last Known Survivor, Chapter 1

72 HOURS AGO. FORMER STAFF SERGEANT Shane Wagner buttoned his dress shirt’s cuffs–maybe for the last time. Winding his tie under his shirt collar, Wagner caught himself in the mirror again. He hadn’t shaved–or even slept. His eyes were bloodshot. His black hair oily and unkempt. Yet, the freshly pressed business suit he’d put on survived the long flight from Washington D.C. to Zurich. Wagner fumbled with his necktie in the mirror. Useless things, he thought. Wagner felt more at home in a jumpsuit working on his truck. Back in Missouri, with Wendy and the kids and dogs. But Wagner …

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