2002 "First Edition" stated; William Morrow publishers; hardbound with olive green boards and nice gilt lettering alone spine; very good condition, appears unread; dust jacket good also.
Out of the world's most inhospitable rainforest, a man stumbles into a small missionary village, and within hours the CIA operative and former special forces soldier - tongueless, scarred, his eyes wide with terror - is dead. But the most disturbing aspect of Agent Gerald Clark's death has his superiors in Washington baffled. When Agent Clark first came to the Amazon, he had only one arm - the result of a well-placed sniper's bullet. But the photograph of him submitted by a Brazilian morgue shows a corpse with two upper limbs fully intact...