A lone wolf spy's frantic race to prevent a nuclear war on the Korean peninsula while saving the love of his life from a North Korean prison.
In Sea of Fire Patrick Featherstone, a former JSOC sniper is pressed back into service to find CIA agent Tyler Kang who has apparently defected to North Korea with sensitive missile technology. Patrick has been practicing Buddhism in Japan, but finally agrees to find, and if necessary, kill, Tyler Kang despite his Buddhist vow of non-violence. However, Patrick has a hidden agenda --- to rescue the love of his life from a North Korean prison. Before leaving, he learns of a possible coup at the highest level of the North Korean power structure, a coup which could easily spill over into an invasion of South Korea and a retaliatory nuclear response. In the end only Patrick is positioned to avert a nuclear disaster of cataclysmic proportions.
With breathtaking plot twists, complex characters, heart-felt romance, and revealing insights into the most mysterious country on the planet, Sea of Fire sweeps from the gulags of North Korea to the corridors of power in Washington.