WW III: Payback

WW III: Payback

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by Ian Slater
     
 

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Old soldiers never die. They just come back for more.

Three terrorist missiles have struck three jetliners filled with innocent people. America knows this shock all too well. But unlike 9/11, the nation is already on a war footing. The White House and Pentagon are primed. All they need now is a target and someone bold–and expendable–enough to…  See more details below

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Old soldiers never die. They just come back for more.

Three terrorist missiles have struck three jetliners filled with innocent people. America knows this shock all too well. But unlike 9/11, the nation is already on a war footing. The White House and Pentagon are primed. All they need now is a target and someone bold–and expendable–enough to strike it.

That someone is retired Gen. Douglas Freeman, the infamous warrior who has proved his courage, made his enemies, and built his legend from body-strewn battlegrounds to the snake pits of Washington. Using a team of “retired” Special Forces operatives and a top-secret, still-unproven stealth attack craft, Freeman sets off to obliterate the source of the missiles, a weapons stockpile in North Korea. Some desktop warriors expect Freeman to fail–especially when an unexpected foe meets his team on the Sea of Japan. But Freeman won’t turn back even as his plan explodes in his face and the Pacific Rim roils over–because this old soldier can taste his ultimate reward. . . .


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“Superior to the Tom Clancy genre.”
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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780345481863
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
03/29/2005
Sold by:
Random House
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
352
Sales rank:
150,269
File size:
386 KB

Meet the Author

IAN SLATER, a former defense officer for the Australian Joint Intelligence Bureau, is the author of the WW III and the USA vs. Militia series. He holds a Ph.D. in political science, has taught a wide variety of university courses in the humanities, and is author of the acclaimed biography Orwell: The Road to Airstrip One. He lives in Vancouver, Canada.



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