The atrocities of war take five Canadian men to the darkest, most dangerous quadrant in the world, as the American led coalition continues its fight against the war on terror. Along with the CIA, Wolf Team Foxtrot begin their assault in Afghanistan, taking fighting strategies to a new level of combat. Now a perfectly tuned Sniper/Assault Black Ops Unit, they are an elite fighting force, yet after witnessing the horrors of war, they too are in danger of suffering the same post traumatic stress disorders that they have seen from others in the past. Used by the most powerful manipulators in America, the men find themselves in different, however, just as dangerous settings of the globe. While in the underbelly of Berlin, London, Amsterdam and Yuma AZ, they must use all their skills if they are to endure the tyranny and danger that exists for each one of them. Their ultimate survival may depend on the Native Spirituality of the leader of Wolf Team Foxtrot. No Bridge Left Unburned is a powerful and disturbing story that describes the true horrors of war. Delivered with atmosphere and tension, questions are raised why politicians make the decisions to get involved in the conflict of war, and supported by citizens who give little credence to the consequences of their decisions. With an absorbing plot and compelling narrative, the author’s words will spur the reader to question more, perhaps feeling the need to accept less, and therefore become involved in the dialogue that ends in decisions for conflict resulting in bloodshed.