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ANUBIS, the second installment of Eric C. Anderson's thrilling "New Caliphate" trilogy, picks up where OSIRIS left off, on a roller-coaster of soldiers, spies, statesmen and sellouts, all thrown together either to save the world?or see it destroyed.
Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sergeant More and US Army Special Forces Major Faheem are once more thrust to the front as the world braces for a hurricane of terror.
With an outrageously enigmatic US president dead, his most hated political opponent about to be inaugurated, and ISIS attacking on multiple global fronts, will America and her allies give in to the jihadi and withdraw from the Middle East? The only way for More and Faheem to prevent the crisis from becoming a catastrophe is to turn to More's nemesis ODIN?the ultimate cyber-warrior.
With rivers of blood ready to run through the capitals of Europe, Africa, and Washington, D.C., the clock is ticking...
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“with his thrilling new novel, Anubis, former intelligence officer Eric Anderson once more takes us down the rabbit hole of the world he knows so well. Nothing is what it seems here; motives are layered with power lust and greed, statesmen are turncoats and the double-cross is an art form. Only Anderson’s heroes, crusty USMC Master Gunnery Sergeant More and US Army Special Forces Major Faheem, can be trusted to pause their disgust for each other long enough to wreak havoc on the enemy. Anderson’s twisty plotting, taut dialogue and clever character commentary remind us of Joseph Heller’s Catch-22, and his book about the horrors facing our modern world is equally one for the ages.”
—Steven Hartov, best-selling author of In the Company of Heroes
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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. Also a former academic, he taught at the University of Missouri, University of Maryland, the Air Force Academy and National Intelligence University. During his career he produced more than 600 articles for the President's Daily Brief, the National Intelligence Council, International Security Advisory Board and the Department of Defense.
A life-long sailor and motorcycle rider, he has spent endless hours on boats and put over 300,000 miles on a variety of Harley-Davidson motorcycles.