The deadly assassin, known as the Hun, is a stone-cold killer. He has his own set of rules, and he reserves the right to change them whenever he pleases. He doesn't torture. He doesn't steal art or papers. He simply kills-and for him, that is enough.
The Hun's past has shaped him into the lethal instrument he is today. He trained under his father, and his extreme intelligence made him a quick study. He learned how to survive in the wild, how to hunt, how to kill. When he joined the US Marine Corps, they turned him into a machine. Eventually he became the personal bodyguard of the President of the United States-but still remained most comfortable out in the field.
The successful assassination of Congressman Blackwell, one of the president's close friends, forces the Hun out of "minder" mode and back into "killer" mode. He embarks on a journey of intrigue to find the culprits and to mete out his perfect brand of justice. This time, though, new technologies and ruthless enemies may make the difference between his life ... and his death.