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Manhunt: USA vs. Militia
     

Manhunt: USA vs. Militia

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by Ian Slater
 

IN AMERICA, YOUR BROTHER IS YOUR ENEMY. . . .

Under an iron fist, the militia movement has mushroomed. Now two legendary leaders have been liberated from a heavily guarded Phoenix hospital—and hostages taken for a furious, bloody ride to the California border. It's the spark their armies needed and an excuse for the Feds to unleash the Patton

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IN AMERICA, YOUR BROTHER IS YOUR ENEMY. . . .

Under an iron fist, the militia movement has mushroomed. Now two legendary leaders have been liberated from a heavily guarded Phoenix hospital—and hostages taken for a furious, bloody ride to the California border. It's the spark their armies needed and an excuse for the Feds to unleash the Patton reincarnate, Gen. Douglas Freeman.

From Sacramento to Seattle, America is burning. A new generation of automated weapons has been brought to the field, the skies split by artillery and the desert nights lit up by infrared. With Americans facing off against Americans, the fight for the USA has reached a turning point.

But from the other side of the globe, a new enemy prepares to tip the scales of battle—with the ultimate killing tool. . . .

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780449150467
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
08/03/1999
Pages:
384
Product dimensions:
4.22(w) x 6.86(h) x 1.03(d)

Meet the Author

Ian Slater, a veteran of the Australian Joint Intelligence Bureau, is the author of the World War III novels. He teaches political science at the University of British Columbia and is managing editor of Pacific Affairs. He lives in Vancouver, Canada, with his wife and two children.

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Manhunt 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
it's sad that his WW3 series ended, but this wasn't a bad book, it's not his best work though. I recommend this if your a Slater fan, if not, then goto his WW3 series and start from there.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The greed for money has turned one of the best storytellers too predictable and far away from reality! Repetitive charaters that turn to be stronger than Superman, characters that never grow old, even one that instead of growing older his age decreases as time goes by, of course the mighty, unkillable Gen. D. Freeman. The books seems to be terminated in the 400 pages so in the last couple the bandits, miss the way, miss the shoot, or have a fatal car accident. Well, the list might go on and on, it´s a pity that he decided to go down in quality in such a way.