The Rogue Warrior® walks the razor's edge of alarming reality in this blazing thriller of the war on terror. Former SEAL Team Six leader Richard Marcinko and his Red Cell II team give Homeland Security a wake-up call with a series of simulated terror attacks. But there's nothing fake about the railroad bridge wired with explosives or the dismembered corpse the team unearths while they're busy scaring the daylights out of the American public. With the enemy on the brink of unleashing hell on U.S. soil, the Rogue Warrior launches an all-out international manhunt. And when it's clear that Marcinko himself is a moving target, Demo Dick wants more than dead terrorists he wants vengeance. . . .
I've read nearly all Rogue books. And nearly all are fun and exciting. This one was mainly bad. The big ego and self promotion in the earlier books were funny and bold. In this book it's too naked. Almost a parody of the usual grandstanding. Even the exciting scenes when he finally decides to pull the trigger, lack the commitment and drama Dick can usually conjure. I only finished reading it because of loyalty from his earlier work.