Ironsides' Peril

Ironsides' Peril

by Michael D. Urban
Ironsides' Peril

Ironsides' Peril

by Michael D. Urban

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Overview

IRONSIDES' PERIL is the new Zach Colt thriller from award-winning author Michael D. Urban.

The War of 1812 is long over.

The War of 2012 has just begun.

July 4, 2012. Boston is under attack. A trail of burning ships and downed jet aircraft litters the harbor. A ruthless band of Iranian backed terrorists has hijacked U.S.S. Constitution. A former president of the United States and other dignitaries are onboard together with the ship’s crew and other hostages.
Unfortunately for the terrorists, so is Zach Colt. And he’s spoiling for a fight.
Now it’s time to take “Old Ironsides” back. Before she is destroyed and the terrorists’ final, devastating revenge is enacted on the City of Boston.
The question is …. How do you recapture an 18th-Century warship – and sacred American icon -- using 21st-Century weapons and tactics?


Product Details

BN ID: 2940044479005
Publisher: Michael D. Urban
Publication date: 04/16/2013
Series: Zach Colt Adventures , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
File size: 766 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

I was born outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Now I live in New England with my Portuguese Water Dog (who happens to have the same grandfather as Bo Obama). Drake's Coffin and Ironsides' Peril are the first two novels in a planned series of several thrilling adventures featuring my Drake's Coffin hero, Zach Colt. For over a decade I lived and traveled throughout Central America. I have worked in federal law enforcement both in the States and overseas. Most recently I have been a trial lawyer in private practice. And yes, I did dive in search of Sir Francis Drake's lead coffin, which has been resting for over 400 years somewhere on the ocean floor near the entrance to Portobelo Harbor, Panama. I haven't found it -- yet.

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