Gen. Patrick McLanahan's aerospace Battle Force is dismissed when a newly elected U.S. president is blackmailed by the Russians. When Russia attacks, McLanahan refuses the president's command and prepares to act unilaterally to stop the aggressors. Unabridged. 9 CDs.
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by Dale Brown
by Dale Brown, Jim DeFelice
by Dale Peck
by Tommy Brown
by Carolyn Brown
by Pierce Brown
"It is 2009. Is this the year a military coup will occur in the U.S.? And does the American Aerospace Command intend to use its access to the Space Station to protect the United States--or do its leaders have other intentions? Phil Gigante's characterizations of Presidents Gardner and Zevitin, of the United States and Russia, clearly reflect their personalities, the tension between their countries, and the mind game that Zevitin is winning. The other primary characters are also vividly presented. The suspense is thick, although sprinkled with interludes of levity, which Gigante makes the most of. Overall, the premise of the book is a bit farfetched--or at least the listener will hope so! J.E.M. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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