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Enter a crusty Marine, embattled Army officer, two Turkish spies and the ultimate cyber-warrior tasked with countering an ISIS regime carving out a new caliphate. Can they rescue an American embassy under siege by a weapon that even Washington?s military might can?t defeat? This is indeed a test of sheer will and technical expertise pitted against national pride and suicidal zealotry.
OSIRIS takes readers on a twisted path from the glittering palaces of Qatar to the dusty hell of central Iraq, replete with drunken Russian pilots, conniving American politicians, and unlikely heroes.
This is the first book in a trilogy ripped from today?s headlines that could leave tomorrow?s Europe on the brink of a new Dark Age.
Fler böcker av Eric C Anderson
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“a shockingly real ‘ripped from the headlines’ story, this military thriller takes you on a heart-pounding ride through the frontlines of america's war on terror. eric c. anderson knows his stuff - and really delivers!”
- r.g. belsky, author of BLONDE ICE (David Award Finalist, Silver Falchion Finalist, Claymore Award winner)
"eric anderson uses his in depth knowledge to write a story that pulls back the curtains! he knows his stuff!”
-anderson harp, author of Northern Thunder, Retribution and Born of War
“anderson delivers nonstop, gripping suspense. an explosive thriller drawn from the author's incredible expertise.”
-allan topol, author of Washington Power Play
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ERIC C. ANDERSON is a retired member of the US Intelligence Community who served tours of duty in Hawaii, Iraq, Japan, Korea, Saudi Arabia and Washington DC. A former academic, he taught at the University of Missouri, University of Maryland, the Air Force Academy and National Intelligence University. A life-long sailor and motorcycle rider, he claims to have spent endless hours on boats and put over 300,000 miles on a variety of Harley Davidsons.