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Queen & Country (series)

Queen & Country 31

Art: Classified

Art: Classified

July 2006

Art by Chris Samnee.

[TRANSMISSION BEGIN] D-OPS: OPERATION RED PANDA, MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. FIELD AGENTS DESIGNATE MINDER-1, MINDER-2 RETURNING AT ONC-[UNEXPECTED TRANSMISSION HALT]

Queen & Country 30

Art by Brian Hurtt

Art by Brian Hurtt

May 2006

Art by Chris Samnee.

Tara Chace is cleared to return for duty, but after the traumatic events of A Gentleman’s Game, is she ready to be back in the field? Ready or not, she’s off to the Middle East for what could be her bloodiest mission yet.

Queen & Country 29

Art by Brian Hurtt

Art by Brian Hurtt

March 2006

Art by Chris Samnee.

Operation: Red Panda is on the horizon, but first agent Tara Chace must deal with the aftermath of her previous wetwork.

Queen & Country 28

Art by Mike Norton

Art by Mike Norton

November 2004

Art by Mike Norton.

Chris Lankford, the newest addition to Special Operations, team of Minders, is in a bit of a bind. He pretty much blew his first assignment and now if the gunmen on his tail don’t kill him, Tara Chace just might! Can the rookie pull it together before it’s too late?

Queen & Country 27

Art by Mike Norton

Art by Mike Norton

September 2004

Art by Mike Norton.

Second in the Operation: Saddlebag arc. Tara Chace is now Minder One, and is breaking in a new Minder Three by the name of Chris Lankford. This breaking-in takes place in St. Petersburg, where SIS suspects a UK politico of selling classified data to Russian Organized Crime. Things get ugly, fast. This is the last story arc prior to the events of A Gentleman’s Game, for those of you who are wondering where the novel fits into the scheme of things.

Queen & Country 26

Art by Mike Norton

Art by Mike Norton

July 2004

Art by Mike Norton.

First in the Operation: Saddlebag arc. Tara Chace is now Minder One, and she’s barely had time to settle in before she’s off with a virgin Minder Three to recover documents that should never have left England. But when things go wrong, can Chace count on the newbie, or will she be on her own again?

Queen & Country 25

Art by Steve Rolston

Art by Steve Rolston

June 2004

Art by Steve Rolston.

Special double-sized anniversary issue. More than three years after the series debut, it’s time for spy Tara Chace to get away, and what better way than with a trip to Switzerland? This is stand-alone story perfect for new and established readers.

Queen & Country 24

Art by Mike Hawthorne

Art by Mike Hawthorne

February 2004

Art by Mike Hawthorne.

The conclusion to Operation: Dandelion. The Minders are not supposed to conduct operations on British soil and when David Kinney finds out that that’s exactly what they’re doing, he’s bound and determined to make things as difficult as possible for Paul Crocker and his agents.

Queen & Country 23

Art by Mike Hawthorne

Art by Mike Hawthorne

February 2004

Art by Mike Hawthorne.

As Tara Chace works up a suspect tied to one of Crocker’s special projects, Wallace hides in the shadows, keeping tabs on Chace. Meanwhile, Crocker struggles to stay one step ahead of his new boss and nemesis, Frances Barclay. Also, a new Minder joins the special section!

Queen & Country 22

Art by Mike Hawthorne

Art by Mike Hawthorne

December 2003

Art by Mike Hawthorne.

As the balance of power shifts above Paul Crocker’s head, can he keep his own department from tipping over? It’s up to Minders Tara Chace and Tom Wallace to complete a new mission that will determine the roll of future operations in this new world order.

Queen & Country 21

Art by Mike Hawthorne

Art by Mike Hawthorne

November 2003

Art by Mike Hawthorne.

After the devastating effects of the last story arc, how will Tara pick up the pieces of her crumbling life as a spy for her Queen Majesty?

Queen & Country 20

Art by Carla Speed McNeil

Art by Carla Speed McNeil

November 2003

Art by Carla Speed McNeil.

It’s black ops and bloodshed as agent Tara Chace makes good on a debt incurred by her superior Paul Crocker almost a lifetime ago. But what price will she have to pay for Crocker’s guilt?

Queen & Country 19

Art by Carla Speed McNeil

Art by Carla Speed McNeil

October 2003

Art by Carla Speed McNeil.

In T’blisi, Chace finds herself becoming more isolated, stonewalled by the local authorities, and now having to work alone. When the news makes its way to London, Crocker is faced with a decision that could end his career—abort and recall Chace… or take the heat, and let her run.

Queen & Country 18

Art by Carla Speed McNeil

Art by Carla Speed McNeil

October 2003

Art by Carla Speed McNeil.

To find the kidnapped Karpin in T’blisi, agents Chace and Minder Three arrive in what was once Russia to find unfriendly locals who don’t mind showing off their guns. Back in London, Crocker and Wallace continue to pursue the Caracas investigation.

Queen & Country 17

Art by Carla Speed McNeil

Art by Carla Speed McNeil

July 2003

Art by Carla Speed McNeil.

Tara and the department welcome a new Minder into the fold! But when a name from Crocker’s past forces the director to send his recruit on a mission of personal importance, will the fresh-faced agent have what it takes to make his boss happy?

Queen & Country 16

Art by Carla Speed McNeil

Art by Carla Speed McNeil

May 2003

Art by Carla Speed McNeil.

The department is hit hard both home and abroad. In London, the Minders face a shift in their ranks. Elsewhere, in the former USSR, Lasha Karpin (son of DECLASSIFIED’s Valery) is the victim of a kidnapping plot.

Queen & Country 15

Art by Jason Alexander

Art by Jason Alexander

March 2003

Art by Jason Alexander.

The shocking conclusion to the fourth story arc! The man responsible for executing this despicable blackmail scheme steps forward with the truth, but will it be enough to stop the French from following through on their threat? Plus, what has Ed so depressed and what does his gloom mean for Tara?

Queen & Country 14

Art by Jason Alexander

Art by Jason Alexander

February 2003

Art by Jason Alexander.

D-Ops Paul Crocker is away and that means Minder Tom Wallace is responsible for halting a blackmail conspiracy against one the Queen’s most visible subjects. Using an illicit tape of a billionaire’s daughter, the French government hopes to secure an expensive contract. Can Tara prevent this dirty deal without the video going public?

Queen & Country 13

Art by Jason Alexander

Art by Jason Alexander

January 2003

Art by Jason Alexander. With section director Paul Crocker in America, Tom Wallace is in charge and one of the Queen’s wealthiest subjects is in trouble in France. But is there anything the Minders can do to help this entrepreneur out of his predicament?

Queen & Country 12

Art by Leandro Fernandez

Art by Leandro Fernandez

October 2002

Art by Leandro Fernandez.

The pieces of a major terrorist plot are all coming together in this grand finale of the third QUEEN & COUNTRY arc. Intelligence Agent Tara Chace is off to Cairo to find the group responsible for this potential attack, while her compatriot Tom Wallace is in Sarajevo in an attempt to find another piece to the plan. Will Crocker and his Minders solve the puzzle before the terrorist plot comes to fruition or will the international intelligence community be dealt another devastating blow? It’s the thrilling conclusion to the Operation: Crystal Ball story arc.

Queen & Country 11

Art by Leandro Fernandez

Art by Leandro Fernandez

August 2002

Art by Leandro Fernandez.

Time is running out for British Security Section Minder Tara Chace. With her informant MIA and the GIA terrorist organization on her trail, it’s time for Tara to get out of Rome and return home. Meanwhile, hile back in London, Crocker is plotting his next move and a smitten Ed Kittering eagerly awaits Tara’s imminent return. But as Ed’s feelings for Tara become more obvious will Wallace step in to put a stop to their foolhardy office romance? And with nothing but circumstantial evidence and four-day-old intelligence, can Crocker’s team piece together the details of this terrorist plot before it can be executed?

Queen & Country 10

Art by Leandro Fernandez

Art by Leandro Fernandez

July 2002

Art by Leandro Fernandez.

Ed Kittering knew the job was dangerous when he took it. A 10,000 foot freefall from a plane is still pushing it a bit, though. It’s down to Ed to verify Tara Chace’s lead on a possible terrorist threat, and the only way to do that is dropping down in the middle of Northern Iraq. Lovely! And did it have to come at a time when things were getting a little more personal between him and Tara back home? Plus, if the information turns out to be correct, that sends Tara to Rome to once again meet with Youssef, her snitch, which definitely won’t be good for this male Minder’s ego.

Queen & Country 9

Art by Leandro Fernandez

Art by Leandro Fernandez

June 2002

Art by Leandro Fernandez.

Tara Chace is in Cairo, finessing information about a potential terrorist threat from Mahmoud Youssef, a Lebanese agent for the Groupe Islamique Arme. Tara is walking dangerous ground, as not only is the accuracy of Youseff’s information in question, but so are his motives. Is he just out for money? Is he out for revenge? Is he setting the Minders up? And before SIS pays Youssef a penny, they must verify his claims-something they can’t do by themselves. But to get CIA assistance, a whole new price must be paidSumone that could cost a Minder’s life.

Queen & Country 8

Art by Leandro Fernandez

Art by Leandro Fernandez

May 2002

Art by Leandro Fernandez.

Following the events in New York and Washington on September 11, 2001, the world of international intelligence has changed dramatically. The SIS have been following the trails of terrorists for months, seizing their money and shutting down their operations. Word travels through channels, however, that something big is on the way, and Tara must go to Cairo to meet up with the one man who may be the key to stopping the attack.

Queen & Country 7

Art by John K. Snyder III

Art by John K. Snyder III

April 2002

Art by Brian Hurtt & Christine Norrie.

Wallace, Kittering, and their Afghani undercover agent, Avasti, are in downtown Kabul, looking for the information list hidden by one of SIS’s top informants before he was executed by Taliban forces. It’s a race against time, as their illegal presence in Afghanistan could be detected at any moment, and the key to their finding what they need is thousands of miles away. Tara Chace is the only one who can unravel the puzzle, and she is back in England, wrestling with her personal demons. Will she reach the right conclusion before it’s too late?

Queen & Country 6

Art by John K. Snyder III

Art by John K. Snyder III

January 2002

Art by Brian Hurtt & Christine Norrie, cover by John K. Snyder III.

The mission is on. Wallace and Kittering are being sent to Afghanistan to look for the information hidden by David MacMillan before the Taliban arrested him as a suspected spy. Left behind, Tara finds herself with a little too much time on her hands and no real outlet for channeling her energy. Sure, she still has appointments with the staff psychologist to discuss any trauma following her run-in with the Russian Mafia, but that doesn’t really scratch the itch. Instead, Tara settles for a night on the town and the distractions it has to offer.

Queen & Country 5

Art by John K. Snyder III

Art by John K. Snyder III

December 2001
Art by Brian Hurtt & Bryan O’Malley, cover by John K. Snyder III. The beginning of an all-new, three-issue story arc. In Afghanistan, the Taleban Militia has arrested foreign reporters as suspected spies. Unfortunately, one of the men taken into custody really is gathering information for the Ministry of Intelligence and was about to relay a juicy chunk of it to MI6 when he was arrested. That means the Minders have to launch a daring mission on the Taleban’s turf to either rescue their source or find where he stashed the goods. This is good news to Tara, because she’s more than gung-ho to take on the Taleban’s misogynist regime; the bad news is that Crocker won’t send her because there is no way for a woman to operate in that area undetected. Even worse, Crocker’s forced her to meet with the SIS psychiatrist for an “evaluation.”

Queen & Country 4

Art by Tim Sale

Art by Tim Sale

September 2001

Art by Steve Rolston, cover by Tim Sale.

Queen & Country 3

Art by Tim Sale

Art by Tim Sale

July 2001

Art by Steve Rolston, cover by Tim Sale.

Queen & Country 2

Art by Tim Sale

Art by Tim Sale

May 2001

Art by Steve Rolston, cover by Tim Sale.

Queen & Country 1

Art by Tim Sale

Art by Tim Sale

March 2001

Art by Steve Rolston, cover by Tim Sale.