A choppy sea is not the only South Atlantic disturbance in February 1982. Many political analysts expect Argentinas military junta to attempt a takeover of the Falkland Islands. A shooting war with England appears to be a real possibility. But the junta also has entangling alliances and tireless enemies throughout Latin America, even in the streets and alleys of Buenos Aires itself. The military bosses hold on to power through intimidation and repression. Dissenters disappear.U.S. State Department troubleshooter Trent Collins lands in Buenos Aires without clear instructions as to whether he should try to prevent a war or help start one. When he learns that his actual assignment is to carry out a political assassination, he faces a difficult choice. If he knocks over the first domino, the CIA will designate him a priority target. And if he doesnt, the same applies.Hal Williams has carefully researched the Falklands War and the political intrigues inside Argentina, as well as the external forces which ultimately lead to armed conflict with Great Britain.