New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal Best-selling Author, West Point graduate and former Green Beret Bob Mayer
Over five million books sold. Translated into over a dozen languages.
They killed Patton when he opposed them. They've cowered Presidents into going to war. For more than half a century, a secret organization of Army officers known as The Line has been covertly manipulating US Policy. Now, in a political climate rife with dissent and unrest, The Line has ordered a pivotal top-secret operation that will let the world know who is really in charge: take out the President on Pearl Harbor Day. But The Line didn't count on Boomer Watson, a member of the Army's elite Delta Force and Major Benita Trace, both West Point graduates, staying true to their oath of allegiance and willing to fight The Line with their lives.
From The Ukraine to Pearl Harbor to West Point to the Army-Navy game in Philadelphia, it's a race against time to stop The Line as December 7th looms.
Written by a West Point graduate, former Green Beret and NY Times Bestselling author, this book crackles with authenticity and action.
©August 2011 Bob Mayer (P)2012 Bob Mayer
"Sizzling, first rate war fiction." (Library Journal)
"So convincing, that by the last page, readers may doubt the official version of the last 50 years." (Publishers Weekly)
"Exciting and authentic. Don't miss this one!" (W.E.B. Griffin)
Not a bad story and pretty well voiced, but if you are at all familiar with the genre, it is a little formulaic.
The narrator is very good and conveying the different characters. Since there is plenty of action, keeping the characters identified becomes the narrator's job.
Yes, though some of the twists were difficult to accept, the overall speed and action keeps the listener involved.
The clarity of the characters
Without giving it away, that would be the near ending. Not what was expected.
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