Silent Enemy

Silent Enemy

[a Novel]

Book - 2012
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When the Afghan National Police training center in Kabul is attacked by jihadists, Major Michael Parson accompanies wounded soldiers on planes bound for Germany only to discover that several of the planes have been sabotaged.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2012
Edition: Berkley Premium ed
ISBN: 9780425250280
Branch Call Number: F YOU NVD
Characteristics: 392 p. : ill. ; 19 cm


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Sep 29, 2012

A gripping military thriller. The writer gives a whole new appreciation of the largely unsung heroes of the air... military transport pilots and flight crew. The author, who is a member of the American Air National Guard who has served in several theatres of conflict, paints a vivid and believable picture of the challenges facing these service people. The scenario is a bit over-the-top, almost like a training scenario or war game, but serves its purpose in underlining the incredible skill, leadership and determination possessed by the best in this branch of the service


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Jan 23, 2013

We are trapped between heaven and earth.

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