After a combat incident in Iraq, Cal "Spectre" Martin was grounded and told he would never fly an F-16 again. Years later, he started a new civilian life with his F-16 pilot fiancée while being haunted by the nightmares of his last deployment.
But when she goes missing on a routine training mission off the South Florida coast, Spectre unwillingly finds himself thrust back onto the frontlines of the war on terror - this time, not in the skies over Iraq, but on the streets of Miami.
While searching for answers, Spectre uncovers a deadly international conspiracy that shakes his beliefs to the core and threatens national security. The stakes have never been higher as Spectre rises to overcome his inner demons, challenge his friendships, and take to the skies once again in a daring final mission.
©2013 C.W. Lemoine (P)2016 C.W. Lemoine
Entertaining story I enjoyed it.
I really liked the addition of music in some parts of the narration. It was just enough to add some dramatic effect.
I rarely come across a modern novel that tells it like it is with technical perfection and a refreshing story line. This excellent novel throws political correctness out the window, thrashes Liberal agendas and brings home the bacon! A lot of real world military culture here - bet there's some stories behind the story.
Having flown F-16's for 12 years of my 20 year AF flying career it felt like I was at it once again. Tom Block did a magnificent job: "Golden Globe" quality voice with superb character acting/narration. Look forward to another Spectre novel soon!
Paul Van Sickle
Maj Gen, USAF (Ret)
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