Hawk Hunter is back—in the bestselling military adventure series by "the best high-action thriller writer out there today, bar none" (Jon Land). With nearly a quarter of million copies sold, this high-octane series features Hawk Hunter, a fearless fighter pilot who saves the not-so-distant-future United States from the brink of all-out anarchy. Skyfire: In the chaos that followed the end of World War III, Maj. Hawk Hunter took refuge in the arms of a woman named Dominique. But Hunter's campaign soon tore them apart, and he was forced to send her to Canada, where his enemies claimed Dominique as their own. Drugged, tortured, and imprisoned, she waits helplessly—praying for his return. But while Hunter embarks on a daring raid to rescue his beloved, another threat is coming—in the sleek black nuclear submarines now steaming toward the eastern seaboard, whose warheads threaten everything Hunter is fighting to rebuild. Return from the Inferno: Just as America is beginning to recover from nuclear war, her enemies attack again. As ace pilot Hawk Hunter battles the horde of Nordic mercenaries who have ravaged the East Coast, another army lands in California: the combined forces of the dictatorships of East Asia. The Second Axis is here. Hunter leads the charge, flying his famous red, white, and blue F-16 into the invasion's maw. But this is the first time the Wingman does not come out the other side. Their champion gone, America's soldiers carry on, engaging in guerilla warfare to protect the country's interior, keeping hope alive that Hunter is out there somewhere, planning a counterattack. War of the Sun: An army of cultish mercenaries from East Asia has seized the West Coast, conquering territory as far east as the Rocky Mountains—all in the name of Hashi Pushi, a Japanese despot revered as a god. With the support of two submarines patrolling the Pacific, each armed with a nuclear warhead, the invaders have promised that any counterattack will result in the annihilation of two American cities—a price the battle-scarred populace is not prepared to pay. Onboard the carrier Enterprise, Hunter prepares to strike. His target is not the submarines, but Tokyo itself, where his fellow pilots will attack this warrior cult from the top down. The Ghost War: A pilot patrolling the South Pacific discovers Xmas Island is nothing more than a blackened hole in the ground. The carnage was wreaked by a battleship armed with an array of sixteen-inch cannons that, in a matter of minutes, could obliterate any city on earth. As far as Maj. Hawk Hunter is concerned, that constitutes a direct threat to the West Coast—a threat he must neutralize personally.