Timely Dale Brown tale of terrorism against US targets, told in his usual gripping manner.
Terrorists use stolen airplanes to attack major US targets. Realistic and intense. A 1994 story with striking similarities to the 9/11 events.
Classic Brown. I'm a fan and this won't dissapoint.
Another super novel from the great master Dale Brown. Edge of the seat reading. Once you start you will not want to put this book down.
Typical Dale Brown military, action, adventure
War has been declared on America. At San Francisco Internation Airport, highly trained terrorists unleash a devastating cargo of high impact explosives. Their method is ingenious: using large commercial aircraft to deploy bombs on an unsuspecting and critical target. The destruction of life and property is enoumous. The storm of nationwide panic reaches all the way to the White House. And as America watches in horror, a second attack is launched against a major shipping facility in Memphis. The military is desperate to re-establish security. The air sstrikes represent the most destructive attacks on U.S. soil since Perl Harbor.
And the next target is Washington, D.C.
At San Francisco International Airport, highly trained terrorists unleash a devastatin cargo of high impact explosives. Their method is ingenious: using large commercial aircraft to deploy bombs on an unsuspecting and critical target. The destruction of life and property is enormous. The storm of nationwide panic reaches all the way to the White House. And as America watches in horror, a second attack is launched against a major shipping facility in Memphis. The military is deperate to reestablish security. The air strikes represent the most destructive attacks on U.S. soil since Pearl Harbor. And the next target is Wahsington, D.C.
America is under siege. Henri Cazaux, one of the world's most feared and deadly terrorists, is conducting a campaign of vindication and revenge against the United States. Cazaux, who was abused by American soldiers during an incarceration when he was a teenager in Europe, has waited years for this opportunity. Now, when the United States seems at its most vulnerable, he decides to strike. His method is ingenious in its simplicity: using large commercial aircraft purchased from an airline graveyard wholesaler, Cazaux will deploy bombs out of a modified rear-entry stair on unsuspecting critical targets. Cazaux's first attack is on a small northern California airport, even as he is fleeing federal authorities who are hot on his trail. But in a stunning turn in the chase, Cazaux heads directly for San Francisco International Airport, where he unleashes an entire cargo of high-impact explosives. The destruction of life and property is enormous, and the panic that ensues reaches all the way to the White House. As the nation watches helplessly in horror, Cazaux launches a second attack, this one against a major overnight shipping company facility in Memphis; the country's express package-delivery systems are all but crippled. With airports held hostage to Cazaux's pathological whims, and the President's back against the wall, there is only one man who can end the chaos. He is Rear Admiral Ian Hardcastle, known to readers of the author's previous bestselling novel Hammerheads. And Hardcastle, along with Lieutenant Colonel Al "Rattler" Vincenti, is ordered to reestablish security in the skies before there is further political fallout in the White House and the nation. Hardcastle's response to the emergency must be drastic, and it is . . . until Cazaux hits the Dallas/Fort Worth airport, then aims his sights on the biggest target of all - the nation's capital.