Easy Day for the Dead: A SEAL Team Six Outcasts Novel by Stephen Templin, Howard E. Wasdin
In this second work in the New York Times bestselling SEAL Team Six series, travel the globe with the Outcasts as they take on threats to their country’s security—with only each other, and no government backing, to make it through.
Drawn from the elite SEAL Team Six, the Outcasts are working deep in a program called Bitter Ash: taking on the kind of missions that, if they were exposed, will always be denied. For these warriors, every op is the highest possible risk and any moment could be the last. So they deal with it. And then wait for the next call.
Now the call has them parachuting into a harsh desert on the border with Afghanistan, meeting a beautiful agent who will lead them to a top-secret Iranian site that must be totally destroyed. For Alex Brandenberg and his fellow SEALs, this mission is like most others: Nothing goes according to plan. And when they’re done, they’ve only just begun.
Going back into Iran for a second time brings Brandenberg and his team face-to-face with a maniacal Revolutionary Guard officer who knows Alex’s identity and is hot on his trail. The SEALs must free a hostage in Lebanon. Then the fight takes them halfway around the world—in a frantic battle of courage and fighting skill that America cannot afford to lose…