Marcinko promised to be back after recounting his adventures in the original Rogue Warrior (Audio Reviews, LJ 4/1/ 93). He adamantly claims that this sequel is fiction, going so far as to have a disclaimer at the beginning of the tape. Is this ``plausible denial,'' or what? Anyway, the author spins a good tale about nuclear-tipped Tomahawk cruise missles being stolen for a group of Japanese ultranationalists. Marcinko (who casts himself as the lead character), just out of the pen, is called out of the civilian work force by the Navy and put back in charge of his old SEAL Red Cell team. His mission: track down the missiles. The action is continuous, and Marcinko and his team zigzag all over the United States and across the Pacific. Marcinko's reading is excellent and is filled with details (and adjectives) from his 30 years of service. The only drawback is that the action in this abridgment is somewhat jumpy. Recommended for action/military collections.-Michael T. Fein, Catawba Valley Community Coll., Hickory, N.C.