A string of bestsellers--from FLIGHT OF THE OLD DOG to WARRIOR CLASS--has given Dale Brown the reputation as the best military adventure writer in the country today.
In WINGS OF FIRE, the Air Force's General Patrick McLanahan, ostracized by the government, the military, even his own family, is near the end of his rope---and it's about to get worse . . .
North Africa is in turmoil. The new Libyan president has had the new Egyptian president assassinated, and the latter's widow, Susan Salaam, vows revenge. She enlists the high-tech help of McLanahan and his Night Stalkers. But the Libyans and their scheming secret allies hold a trump card, one with a deeply personal meaning for McLanahan, and it may be one that will leave even the Night Stalkers powerless.