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A re­tired Se­cret Ser­vice agent seeks to do good. Tom Sloan — who put in much time at the White House and later as a cor­po­rate se­cu­rity ex­ec­u­tive and point man for an in­ter­na­tional fi­nan­cial crimes task force — has penned a thriller ti­tled “Bratva’s Rose Tat­too,” just pub­lished, and al­ready sell­ing on Ama­zon. All prof­its — yes, that’s all prof­its — go to the Navy SEAL Foun­da­tion and Chil­dren’s Spe­cial­ized Hos­pi­tal, a com­pre­hen­sive pe­di­atric re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion fa­cil­ity in New Jer­sey.

And the plot here? Ac­cord­ing to Mr. Sloan: “An Air Force trans­port plane fer­ry­ing the pres­i­dent’s limou­sine and scores of Se­cret Ser­vice, Marine and Air Force per­son­nel has been hi­jacked by Bratva — the Rus­sian mob — which seeks the release of a bril­liant and dan­ger­ous cy­ber­hacker named Max.” Prin­ci­pal char­ac­ters in­clude a fe­male spe­cial agent and her hus­band, a Coast Guard com­man­der. More at Don­

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