Brown, Dale Storming Heaven

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Storming Heaven

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The USA is under seige. Terrorist Henri Cazaux has been using large commercial aircraft to drop explosives on major US airports. When he unleashes a cargo of explosives on San Francisco airport, the national panic reaches all the way to the White House.

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The USA is under siege. With chilling ruthlessness terrorist Henri Cazaux has demonstrated the vulnerability of the USA’s air defences by using large commercial aircraft to drop bombs on unsuspecting major airports. When he hits San Francisco Airport the destruction of life and property is enormous. The national panic that ensues reaches all the way to the White House.

Only one man can end the chaos: Rear Admiral Ian Hardcastle. Charged by the President with re-establishing security in the skies, Hardcastle must take drastic action to control the emergency – and quickly. But then Cazaux sets his sights on the biggest target of all – the nation’s capital.

“Clancy has got serious company”
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

”Aviation ace Dale Brown has firmly established his high-tech credentials in seven bestselling aviation thrillers – his new, edge-of-the-cockpit novel should rocket him out to the Van Allen belt”
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

”Cazaux is a fascinating monster; 'Storming Heaven' will be an explosive success.”
BOOKLIST

”His writing is exceptional… far too good to be missed.”
SUNDAY MIRROR

”Dale Brown is the best military adventure writer in the country today – a master at creating a sweeping epic and making it seem real.”
CLIVE CUSSLER, author of 'Inca Gold'

About the Author:

Dale Brown was a much decorated US Air Force Captain aboard B-52s and FB111 fighter bombers, and participated in numerous top secret tests and exercises held to simulate an actual strategic war. He became a recognised expert on air warfare and appeared on American TV as a commentator during the Gulf War.

Only a man with Dale Brown’s background could provide the detailed authenticity that makes his novels such compulsive reading.

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