By Jeff Rovin
Spain is a state poised to undergo its worst inner strife in centuries. yes well-placed Spanish diplomats feel it. Op-Center intelligence corroborates it. the entire United States and Spain need to do is locate how to circumvent it. earlier than they could, an Op-Center consultant is assassinated in Madrid on her option to a most sensible mystery assembly. Now all fears are proven. somebody very strong desires one other Spanish civil war--no subject what the price.
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