"Holiday on Hamburger Hill": Grifter and his team are at Mt. Themiscrya and are under heavy fire, as he request Jack Marlowe's help to use his power to teleport them inside the Coda's stronghold. But, Marlowe made his vows to Grifter as this conflict is not his (Marlowe). Marlowe disconnects fro
Appearing in "Holiday on Hamburger Hill"
- Agent Wax
- Agent Chandler
- Agent Orange
- Beef Boys
- Indigandra (Dies)
- Grand Sarin
- Mt. Themiscrya
- Los Angeles
Synopsis for "Holiday on Hamburger Hill"
Grifter and his team are at Mt. Themiscrya and are under heavy fire, as he request Jack Marlowe's help to use his power to teleport them inside the Coda's stronghold. But, Marlowe made his vows to Grifter as this conflict is not his (Marlowe). Marlowe disconnects from Grifter despite Agent Wax's protest.
Grifter, C.C. Rendozzo, and the Beef Boys fight their way up the mountain while Edwin Dolby, who refuse to get himself involve in a gunfight, infiltrate the stronghold.
Back at Halo, Wax continues to trying to convince Marlowe into helping Grifter given the fact that he is his friend. Marlowe point out otherwise that despite unwillingly to directly help Grifter, he activates a captive Agent Orange inside his cell and breaks him loose. Orange fights his way to where Zealot is being tortured to death by Indigandra, whom Orange kills her and carries Zealot. Elsewhere, Agent Chandler escapes from her prison and wounds up finding Dolby.
At Halo, Wax is surprise of what Marlowe did in activating Orange, but he is still growing critical of insisting Marlowe's involvement. As Wax said this, Marlowe teleports himself away.
Orange and Zealot are then confronted by the Grand Sarin, who then engages Orange. Outside, Grifter and his allies are being overwhelmed by Coda reinforcements.
- This book was first published on July 8, 2004.
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