When the Rogue Warrior travels to India to help supervise security arrangements for the upcoming Commonwealth Games, he and his team find themselves up to their skivvies in terrorists of all types - Pakistanis. But it’s not just the Games that are being targeted for disruption: Demo Dick and his young bucks uncover a plot to steal all seventy nuclear warheads the Indians have amassed for war against the Pakistanis.
The Rogue Warrior must overcome various obstacles to prevent disaster: a high-tech remote-controlled attack helicopter that makes the Apache look like a child’s toy, an ominous chemical factory about to go boom, and tea and crumpets with the Queen. (We're just kidding about the Queen.)
Marcinko and DeFelice sprinkle the action with trademark Rogue Warrior humor and non-PC asides in the latest installment of the best-selling series. As usual, the plot mixes fact with fiction, and incorporates some of the original SEAL Team 6 skipper’s recent experiences in India.
©2011 Richard Marcinko and Jim DeFelice (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
“The most colorful, hell-raising, bomb-throwing ex-SEAL commander of them all.” (Playboy)
Marcinko going back to reading his own books
THe narrator needed to be like Marcinko I tried 3 times to read it and could not get through it. I guess Marchinko is the only good one for his the gruff and rough way he puts into it
Marcinko or someone close to him and his style
I don't know, I love Marcinko I have all his books but I tried 3 times and could get threw it because of the narrator
If you like Demo Dick Marcinko , the sharkman, you'll enjoy this.
It does get a bit madcap but was enjoyable.
Marcinko & DeFelice rate up there with Clancy and Cussler, with added humor andan attitude only arrived at by having "been there and done that".
Clive Cussler's "Oregon Files" books. Similar action and an equally (although fictional) engaging main character.
Well read, good pacing, understanding of Marcinko 's own delivery, and a pretty good grasp of accents. Doesn't make an integral female voice sound like a transvestite!
Not written with that emotion an intended result.
Simply pure escapism. When I desire erudite prose, I choose another author. When I want good fun, fast action, and irrepressible manliness "Demo Dick" does just fine.
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