A coalition of African nationalists and Muslim extremists have decided the time has come to wipe American influences clean from the face of Africa. Their first target: an enclave of African-American expatriots living in Liberia. It is not only a blood bath—it is an international crisis which demands an immediate U.S. response. Enter Amphibious Group Two, a special joint task force of Naval and Marine components led by Rear Admiral Dick Holman. Their job is simple: liberate the trapped families in Liberia. But in today's explosive political climate, with ever-shifting alliances and dangerous hidden agendas, nothing is ever that simple. . . .
"Not only does the author know his subject but [his] fiction could readily become fact."—John Tegler, host of the syndicated television show, Capital Conversation.