Easy Day for the Dead: A SEAL Team Six Outcasts Novel

Easy Day for the Dead: A SEAL Team Six Outcasts Novel

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by Howard E. Wasdin, Stephen Templin
     
 

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From the authors of the New York Times bestselling SEAL Team Six, which “is as visceral and active as a Tom Clancy novel” (The New York Times), comes a fiercely intense novel featuring the elite military operations of the Outcasts as they take on Iran.

They started as soldiers. They became elite warriors. Now they are

Overview

From the authors of the New York Times bestselling SEAL Team Six, which “is as visceral and active as a Tom Clancy novel” (The New York Times), comes a fiercely intense novel featuring the elite military operations of the Outcasts as they take on Iran.

They started as soldiers. They became elite warriors. Now they are The Outcasts: The heroes the world will never know. . . .

Alex Brandenburg: Smart, steady, and facing a cross­roads in his life and career. The SEAL Chief Petty Offi­cer is the Team Leader—leading his team into a living hell. . . .

John Landry: The quiet Cajun believes in God and fights like the devil. He’s making a high-altitude jump with a nuke strapped on his back.

Catherine “Cat” Fares: Fluent in Arabic. Fluent in femi­nism. Fluent in warfare . . . and stuck working with a bunch of savages. . . .

Francisco “Pancho” Rodriguez: Even if the world catches on fire, he figures it will just have to wait . . . until this laughing Mexican-American shows up to save the day.

Their Mission: Blow up a secret Iranian biological warfare site with a suitcase-sized nuke. The Catch: Getting out alive . . . then going back for more. . . .

Drawn from the elite SEAL Team Six, these men and women are working deep in a program called Bitter Ash: taking on the kind of missions that, if they were exposed, will always be denied. For these warriors, every op is the highest possible risk and any moment could be the last. So they deal with it. And then wait for the next call.

Now the call has them parachuting into a harsh des­ert on the border with Afghanistan, meeting a beautiful agent who will lead them to a top-secret Iranian site that must be totally destroyed. For Alex Brandenberg and his fellow SEALs, this mission is like most oth­ers: Nothing goes according to plan. And when they’re done, they’ve only just begun.

Going back into Iran for a second time brings Bran­denberg and his team face-to-face with a maniacal Revolutionary Guard officer who knows Alex’s identity and is hot on his trail. The SEALs must free a hostage in Lebanon. Then the fight takes them halfway around the world—in a frantic battle of courage and fighting skill that America cannot afford to lose. . . .

Editorial Reviews

Chris Evans
"A fiercely intense novel written from the ultimate insider’s perspective – an elite sniper from the famed SEAL Team Six."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781451682977
Publisher:
Gallery Books
Publication date:
12/31/2013
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.20(d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Howard E. Wasdin graduated with Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) Class 143. He was awarded the Silver Star and the Purple Heart for his valor during the Battle of Mogadishu. He medically retired from the Navy in November 1995 after twelve years of service. He makes his home in Georgia. Visit his website at HowardWasdin.com.

Stephen Templin completed Hell Week, qualified as a pistol and rifle expert, and blew up things during Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training. He lectured as a tenured university professor in Japan for fourteen years, where he also practiced the martial art aikido. Currently, he lives in the Dallas–Fort Worth area.

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Easy Day for the Dead: A SEAL Team Six Outcasts Novel 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like the part when he is on the roof sniping
areadergh More than 1 year ago
It is exciting to read this book. It hard to put down and you have to keep turning the pages.