Storming Heaven

Storming Heaven

Book - 1994
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Penguin Putnam
Beginning with his bestselling debut, Flight of the Old Dog, ex-Air Force captain Dale Brown has redefined the modern military thriller. Now, in his New York Times bestseller Storming Heaven, Brown brings back the heroic Coast Guard admiral Ian Hardcastle in a tale of covert warfare that will leave reader hanging on the edge of their seats.

“Dale Brown is superb storyteller.”—W.E.B. Griffin
“A master at mixing technology and action . . . He puts readers right into the middle of the inferno.”—Larry Bond
“Brown has mastered this genre.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Riveting.”—The Buffalo News
“A superior book . . . An action-loaded plot.”—The Virginian-Pilot
“Smashing . . . The prose here is crisp, the action scenes move.”—The Sacramento Bee

Baker & Taylor
When a powerful drugs and arms smuggler with a grudge against America begins bombing the nation's airports and shipping facilities using commercial aircraft, two military men are called to regain control of the skies. Reissue.

& Taylor

Lieutenant General Robert Blocker races against time to stop a ruthless gang of terrorists who are using large commercial aircraft to bomb unsuspecting targets, including Los Angeles International Airport

Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, [1994]
Copyright Date: ©1994
ISBN: 9780425147238
Branch Call Number: FIC Brown, D 200.4 1994
Characteristics: 399 pages ; 24 cm


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Feb 15, 2015

I understand Dale Brown is considered a great author, but don't waste your time. Isn't exciting at all.


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