Maverick USAF pilot Patrick McLanahan is caught up in explosive events in the Middle East in this new high-action adventure from the bestselling author of FLIGHT OF THE OLD DOG and WARRIOR CLASS.
With the authenticity expected of a former pilot and the storytelling skills that have brought him 13 New York Times bestsellers, Dale Brown has a reputation as the master of the modern military thriller. Now, his 14th novel finds a disgraced Patrick McLanahan facing his greatest challenge.
When the new Libyan president has the new Egyptian president assassinated, his widow vows revenge. She takes over the Egyptian government and in the process ensnares McLanahan, who helps her with his military knowledge and high-tech weapons. Then she has the Libyan president assassinated and rapidly adopts the role of leader in the Arab Middle East. But events spiral out of control when she invades the Gaza Strip and both Syria and Israel threaten war with Egypt. Will McLanahan continue to protect this increasingly power-mad tyrant, or will he come to his senses and risk his life by turning against her?
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‘Clancy’s got serious company.’
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
‘When a former pilot with years of experience turns his hand to writing thrillers you can take their authenticity for granted. His writing is exceptional and the dialogue, plots and characters are first-class… far too good to be missed.’
‘Dale Brown is a superb storyteller.’
‘The best military adventure writer in the country.’
Former US Air Force captain Dale Brown was born in Buffalo, New York. He was still serving in the US Air Force, where he was a navigator-bombardier, when he wrote his first thriller, Flight of the Old Dog. His most recent novels are The Tin Man, Battle Born and Warrior Class..
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Descrizione libro HARPERCOLLINS. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. 0007109873 New Condition. Codice libro della libreria NEW6.0001633
Descrizione libro HARPERCOLLINS, 2002. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110007109873