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Warrior Class (Patrick McLanahan Series #9) based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Warrior Classs is another excellent military thriller from Dale Brown. The story involves Russian criminal Pavel Kazakov wanting to build a massive oil pipeline through many countries that are not agreeing with the idea. Kazakov uses a stealth fighter to bring chaos to the Balkans in hopes of initiating war and it is up to regular Brown character Patrick McLanahan to stop him. The book is well written and as always the hi-tech air combat scenes are vividly described in great detail. The story ends with the formation of the Night Stalkers, which will continue into Brown's next one, Wings of Fire.
A fascinating book that holds your interest from beginning to end. My greatest joy is reading a good book that is technically correct. Mr. Brown knows his airplanes and how to write.
For the first time since Washington, an independent wins the election for president of the United States. Thomas Thorn owes nothing to either the Republicans or the Democrats. The former Desert Storm hero believes in isolating America. He orders the ground troops home from Europe, as he has no desire to use the Armed Forces as peacekeepers. With the Yankees returning home, old rivalries flare up throughout Europe. Many of them are orchestrated by the avaricious Russian druglord Pavel Kazakov, who wants to build an oil pipeline to the Baltic. He needs the cooperation of several former Soviet Republics. To accomplish his goal, Pavel devices a deviously clever plan that keeps the area filled with minor skirmishes and battles. This would lead to the Russians returning to take control and rebuild their former empire. Only General Patrick McLanahan stands in his way and he must defy his Commander-in Chief. Dale Brown is one of the best writers of techno-thrillers on the market today. Fans of Clancy will love WARRIOR CLASS especially with the radical change in American foreign policy and the world reaction to the withdrawal of the only superpower. The story line is loaded with military action that supports the theme of ¿My country, right or wrong, my country¿ vs. the value of doing what the individual believes is the right thing. Harriet Klausner