Book Reviews of Code of Honor (Scott Dixon, Bk 5)

Code of Honor (Scott Dixon, Bk 5)
Code of Honor - Scott Dixon, Bk 5
Author: Harold Coyle
ISBN-13: 9780671510299
ISBN-10: 0671510290
Publication Date: 1/1/1995
Pages: 448
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 17 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Another very good book by Coyle
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A corrupt and fractured government in Bogota', Colombia, requests a small expeditionary force of U.S. Troops to combat drug lords and a growing insurgency. It's a scenario for disaster: an unstable country, an elusive enemy, a political and military minefield. The 11th Air Assault Division is called on to act as a police force, even while Brigadier General Scott Dixon reports back from a fact-finding mission that is's a war America can't win. But for a paper-pushing U.S. Major General in Bogota', no initiative is too risky to safeguard his career. Then Capt. Nancy Kozak-under assault in the field, but determined to avert defeat and protect the soldiers in her command-dares to defy him. With careers hanging in the balance, Kozak is struggling to survive an explosive clash that pits resolve against prejudice, and honor against ambition.
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Coyle never diapoints in the war and intrigue
style.
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Coyle's ongoing series is a great worst-case scenario study! They seem to be pulled straight from existing military what-ifs and are exciting to read.
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This one takes war into a different arena.
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I greatly enjoyed the continuation of previously introduced characters in this book as they struggle against the daily strife and drama of private lives versus their military conflicts. makes for an excellan addition to the previously published books with these characters. I do not know if it is an intentional series or just a continued use of great characters but I really enjoy it.