Paul Hood is out as head of the Op=Center, and in his place is a gritty female general. Fast forward to opposing factions in China playing out over a nuclear satellite built by General Roger's new employer. All the favorite Op-Center players get pulled in to this one. You have to wonder, though, how this will stay an Op-Center series as almost all key characters are somewhere else by the end of the book.
The explosion of a Chinese freighter in Charleston Harbor is the first sign that someone is capping Chinese interests abroad. Now under the control of the Pentagon, Op-Center is unsure of its own future-but must root out the cause of the attacks before the entire world is affected.
Last of the Op-Center series, much to my sorrow. I have thoroughly enjoyed each adventure that is timely and very possible. A lot of technology is used in this series which makes the books even more fun. A fast-paced book and full of thrills.