Kimchi is the spicy Korean food known for being hot. Atomic Kimchi raises the heat in every way. When sabotage occurs on a sensitive Army installation in remote South Korea, the investigation falls to a small cadre of young and inexperienced Army Intelligence agents. A second crime, the theft of a nuclear warhead, throws the military into a panic. How was an atomic weapon stolen from a locked container in a buried bunker behind barbed wire on a guarded military compound? David Zajac is a reluctant soldier, but a determined investigator. A chess game with massive international ramifications envelops young David and his fellow agents, hindering their frantic efforts to solve the crime and recover the weapon. Nothing is quite as it seems as friends, suspects, and lovers intertwine roles as the action moves between Korea, the US and Europe. Atomic Kimchi is a fast-paced historical mystery thriller set in 1973 and is based on a true event.
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