In the dead of night, Lieutenant Kent "Rat" Rathman and his secret Special Forces counterterrorism team parachute into the Sudanese desert, where an arms merchant is delivering weapons to Wahamad Duar, the world's most wanted terrorist. Eventually Duar is captured. But an enemy within Rat's own government sells him out-a cold-blooded act of betrayal that could lead to horrifying destruction for the United States, for Duar's organization is planning a major strike. Before he can save his country, Rat must defend himself against political forces determined to shut him down. James W. Huston takes the hottest issue of our time, terrorism, and explores it with a compelling, stay-up-late thriller filled with high-stakes courtroom drama, white-knuckle flying, and the shadowy world of American Special Forces operations.
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by James Preller
by James Hynes
by Steven James
by James Becker
by Rebecca James
by James W. Huston
by Mo O'Hara
by Sara Pennypacker
by Gary D. Schmidt
by Naomi Hughes
"Counterterrorism specialist, Navy SEAL, and CIA/Special Forces leader Lt. Ken Ratham captures Wahamad Duar, the world's most wanted terrorist, in the Sudanese desert. Charged with a long list of terrorist crimes, Duar is brought to a U.S. ship for a tribunal trial. Meanwhile, Ratham is brought up on charges that he tortured one of Duar's men to death. Reader Christopher Lane energetically gives life to this action-packed plot. A variety of accents comfortably identifies the foreign characters, while changes in pace, diction, and style create unique vocal identities for key U.S. players. The effort is topped off with excellent engineering and production. T.J.M. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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