The Third Dragon

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Fifty years after a failed attempt to detonate an atomic bomb in Tokyo, Air Force Major Don Stewart takes a position at the American Embassy in Tokyo. A committed Christian, Stewart moves his family to Japan, where he is assigned to work with Toshiro Okawa of Japanese Internal Security in connection with the investigation of Jack Owens, an American connected to the secret 1945 failed atomic bomb attempt who was killed in Hibiya Park. Don and Toshiro discover that a dangerous Japanese terrorist group has been ...
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Overview

Fifty years after a failed attempt to detonate an atomic bomb in Tokyo, Air Force Major Don Stewart takes a position at the American Embassy in Tokyo. A committed Christian, Stewart moves his family to Japan, where he is assigned to work with Toshiro Okawa of Japanese Internal Security in connection with the investigation of Jack Owens, an American connected to the secret 1945 failed atomic bomb attempt who was killed in Hibiya Park. Don and Toshiro discover that a dangerous Japanese terrorist group has been active in that area as well. As Don gets closer to the truth and the terrorist group kidnaps his family, Don and Toshira must race to save not only his family but stop the terrorists from detonating the long-dormant lost bomb. Once again the author of The Y2K Bug and The Raptor Virus delivers a timely suspense-filled action thriller about the threat of terrorism against U.S. interests and citizens.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780805424447
  • Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 4/15/2002
  • Pages: 341
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix
Prologue 1
Chapter 1 USS Tennessee 18
Chapter 2 Sam Grayson Owens 36
Chapter 3 Toshiro Okawa 48
Chapter 4 Akira Moriya 64
Chapter 5 Plans for the Unknown 75
Chapter 6 Matt Porter 84
Chapter 7 Pikadon-ha 99
Chapter 8 Encounter at Disneyland 123
Chapter 9 At the Tearoom 136
Chapter 10 Operation Canceled 142
Chapter 11 The Lord's Provision 154
Chapter 12 The Answer 168
Chapter 13 Added Insurance 179
Chapter 14 Return to Tokyo 192
Chapter 15 The Countdown Begins 203
Chapter 16 Defying Dill 211
Chapter 17 Rewarding Hong 218
Chapter 18 A Way Out 228
Chapter 19 Escape from Tokyo Tower 237
Chapter 20 Finding Help 249
Chapter 21 Driving to Shiohama 263
Chapter 22 Sayonara Shiohama 276
Chapter 23 Aboard the Tennessee 286
Chapter 24 At Kawasaki 296
Chapter 25 Sailing Toward Armageddon 308
Chapter 26 Fighting Moriya 316
Chapter 27 Reunion 334
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