New York: Harper, 2004-05-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 518 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; Patrick McLanahan has a shot at redemption as he takes aerial warfare into unknown territory in a heart-racing new adventure. Still smarting from recent losses, the brilliant but unpredictable former USAF Major General is accepted back into the fold and assigned a simple task: devise and build the air combat unit of the future. McLanahan's answer: the Air Battle Force -- a rapid-response team of elite commandos protected by state-of-the-art body armour and supported by an armada of unmanned planes. His idea is soon put to the test when the oil-rich Republic of Turkmenistan becomes a battleground between Taliban insurgents, former Soviet overlords, Iranian opportunists and American oil companies and politicians. But can a handful of commandos half a world away, aided by an unproven force of robot warplanes, fight and win a war in which seemingly everyone -- even 'friendly' forces at home -- want them to fail?
New York: Harper, 2007-10-27. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 437 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; Jason Richter and Task Force TALON return in the pulse-pounding follow-up to 'Act of War'. Violence has erupted on the border between the United States and Mexico, caused by rival drug lords. Major Jason Richter along with the members of task force TALON set up a base in Southern California called Operation Rampart,with the aim of crushing the unrest. But their presence causes controversy, and suddenly events begin to take a very menacing turn. Ernesto Fuerza, nicknamed Commander Veracruz has reinvented himself as a Mexican freedom fighter and is intent on causing mayhem by declaring the treaty that gave the Northern most Mexican states to the US, illegal. However, his motives are far from honourable and hide a sinister plot to flood the US with drugs. Re-assigned to the FBI to investigate the murders of several border patrolmen in Southern California, Task Force TALON uncover Fuerza's real intentions. As Richter and his team are coaxed across the border into Mexico, tension between the two countries explodes into violence and an all out guerrilla war-fare threatens to destroy the very fabric of the USA. Only Richter and his seasoned gang of professionals can stop the carnage. But is it already too late?`
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1990. Book Club. Hardcover. Good/Good. 207 pages; edge wear to jacket and boards, small edge tears to jacket; An explosive World War Two adventure from the author of THE EAGLE HAS LANDED set on the eve of D-Day. A routine mission ends in icy terror for OSS agent Craig Osborne, as he floats helplessly in the sea off the coast of Brittany. The rumble of engines should signal rescue! But it is a German warship which appears out of the fog -- hauling Osborne to safety and preparing him for the fight. As the time of invasion approaches, the Allies are ready to play their dirtiest trick: dispatching a highly trained killer behind German lines -- in a disguised E-boat with the name Lili Marlene emblazoned on its prow!
Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1971. Hardcover. Good. 888 pages; paper over boards, spine cover creased, edge wear, corners bumped, some foxing to page ends; The Winds of War follows Commander Victor "Pug" Henry, U.S.N., as he is assigned to Berlin in 1939 as a naval attache. Concluding in December, 1941, with the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Henry sees his family and the world bracing for war.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1986-01-15. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 316 pages; edge wear to jacket and boards, some light soiling to jacket; "Night of the Fox" describes an attempt to rescue a man with important information about the D-Day landings from Nazi-occupied Jersey. In "The Iron Tiger", Drummond was willing to run guns across the Tibet-China border. But even he becomes nervous when the guns are used in a border war.
New York: Forge Books, 2000-02-12. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 316 pages; some light edge wear to jacket and boards; sticker remnants on back of jacket; Assigned to peace-keeping duties in a troubled and violent Eastern European country, two young officers and the soldiers of the Third Platoon, Company C, struggle to keep the peace in a world that is disintegrating around them.
London: Pan Books, 1987. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 316 pages; spine creases, edge wear; "Night of the Fox" describes an attempt to rescue a man with important information about the D-Day landings from Nazi-occupied Jersey. In "The Iron Tiger", Drummond was willing to run guns across the Tibet-China border. But even he becomes nervous when the guns are used in a border war.
New York: Bantam, 1987-03-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 442 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; With an insight and authenticity honed by his years as a war correspondent and bureau chief for Newsweek in Vietnam, Nicholas Proffitt creates a sweeping, action-packed portrait of that nation--and of the men and women, both Vietnamese and American, brought tumultuously together in the crucible of war.
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998-04-15. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. 376 pages; corners lightly bumped, some edge wear to jacket and boards; jacket has some edge tears; The assassination of Japan's emperor by a squad of fanatical Japanese nationalists becomes the first step in a sinister plot to seize control of oil-rich Siberia, and it is up to Air Force colonel Jack Cassidy and his squadron to thwart the conspiracy.
Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc, 1968. Hardcover. Good/Good. 274 pages; corners bumped, some edge wear to jacket and boards, rubbing to jacket, faint foxing on page ends; The thrilling sequel to Alistair MacLean's masterpiece of World War II adventure, The Guns of Navarone. Now reissued in a new cover style. The guns of Navarone have been silenced, but the heroic survivors have no time to rest on their laurels. Almost before the last echoes of the famous guns have died away, Keith Mallory, Andrea and Dusty Miller are parachuting into war-torn Yugoslavia to rescue a division of Partisans ! and to fulfil a secret mission, so deadly that it must be hidden from their own allies.
New York: St. Martin's Press, 2003-02-18. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 420 pages; edge wear to jacket and boards, small remainder mark on page ends; n engimatic Russian spymaster makes contact with Jake Grafton in the aftermath of the savage attacks on the World Trade Center in New York to give him a warning. A disaffected Russian general has sold four tactical nuclear weapons to the Sword of Islam, a terrorist organization determined to mount a deadly strike designed to destroy the U.S. as a world power. The goal is nothing less than the final destruction of western civilization. This time, Jake learns, the foreign terrorists have domestic friends. Someone within America wants the attack to succeed. Fighting bureaucrats and traitors, Jake Grafton is up to his eyes in agents and double agents, with time running out as he hunts for the weapons. From international bestselling author Stephen Coonts, LIBERTY is a taut thriller full of action and suspense that will leave you wondering if it might be happening now.
New York: Berkley, 1999-09-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 246 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; In this series dedicated to the brave pilots who flew the A-10A Warthogs over the Persian Gulf, Major Johnson has been shot down behind enemy lines. His survival depends on the men who have served alongside him. Their mission is simple--rescue the major at all costs.
New York: Delacorte Press, 1990. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 389 pp; light edge wear to dust jacket, bit of soiling to top page end, corners very slightly bumped; As a journalist, Paxton Andrews would experience Vietnam firsthand. We follow her from high school in Savannah to college in Berkeley and then to work in Saigon.For the soldiers she knew and met there, Viet Nam would change their lives in ways they could never have imagined. For the men in her life, Viet Nam would change their lives in ways hey could not escape or deny. Peter Wilson, fresh from law school, was a new recruit who would confont his fate in Da Nang. Ralph Johnson, a seasoned AP correspondent, had been in Saigon since the beginning. He knew Vietnam and the war inside out. Bill Quinn, captain of the Cu Chi tunnel rats, was on his fourth tour of duty and it seemed nothing could touch him. Sergeant Tony Campobello had come to Vietnam from the streets of New York to vent a rage that had followed him all the way to Saigon. For seven years Paxton Andrews would write an acclaimed newspaper column from the front before finally returning to the States and then attending the Paris peace talks. But for her and the men who fought in Viet Nam, life would never be the same again.
New York: Signet, 2000. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 218 pp; sticker on front cover; some edge wear; Following a deadly Sarin gas attack in Tokyo, TALON Force discovers that it was no random terrorist act. The attack only a test for a much larger operation put into motion by the most feared criminal organization in Japan-the dreaded Chu Triad. Now, TALON Force must race against time and terrorists to stop an apocalyptic attack that spells certain death for every man, woman, and child in the Hawaiian Islands....