Cuba is a suspenseful novel that takes place primarily on the last communist Island and the US warships circling the island. The US searches for a US cargo ship that sailed from Gitmo carrying biological warheads when it is lost at sea and presumably has fallen into Cuban hands. The small island is packed with a new brand of revolutionaries willing to lob a biological warhead into America's prominent cities. ... Deep Black: Dark Zone
St. Martin's, Dec 2004, 7.99, 416 pp.
Deep Black, a section of the NSA, works mostly with communications; the agency spies through satellites and other devices that are so technologically advanced that their operatives are rarely placed in danger. Retired French agent Denis LaFoote informs former marine sniper and Deep Black operative Charlie Dean that his friend Mr. Vefoures is missing and that he was working on an assignment.
... Hong Kong
The story is about a plot to overthrow the Chinese regime in Hong Kong and to stop communism in China. Well written story. Allows you to look at all sides from the local Hong Kong people, to the Chinese communists to the American politcal involvement. It's almost too realistic. Action packed, intrigue and futuristic possiblities for warfare.... Liars and Thieves
St. Martin's, May 2004, 25.95, 400 pp.
Former burglar Tommy Carmellini now works for the CIA. His current assignment is to inspect security at the Greenbriar River Facility, a CIA safe house in the Alleghany Mountains in Virginia. When he reaches his destination, Tommy finds the complex under attack. He manages to kill a goon, rescuing translator Kelly Erlanger and a suitcase of KGB files.
Kelly informs Tommy that the resid...
St. Martin's, Feb 2003, 25.95, 352 pp.
Russian General Petrov sells four decaying from age nuclear warheads for two million American dollars to Islamic terrorist Ashruf, known more often as infidel killer Frouq al-Zuair. Anna “Modin” Mickhailova observes the sale and later notifies her boss Russian spy chief Janos Ilin about it. Ilin informs retired Rear Admiral Jake Grafton about the sale and that the four warheads are heading ... Saucer
A young students discovery of a "Real" flying saucer leads him into world of industrial competion and evil that he had never imagined existing in his world. Goverments and industrialists fight over the discovery.... Saucer: The Conquest
St. Martin's, Sep 2004, 14.95, 352 pp.
After the adventures in SAUCER, Rip Cantrell and his girlfriend Charley Pine donated the flying saucer to the Air and Space Museum. A bored Charley accepts Pierce Artois' offer to pilot a space plane to the moon to bring supplies to the station being built there. While she is on the space plane, Charley notices inside a locked compartment an object marked with a radioactive warning label; n...
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