A Far Justice by Richard Herman

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Gus Tyler is a man under a microscope--and the world is watching! He may be a hero. He may be a scapegoat. He stands before the International Criminal Court in The Hague accused of war crimes committed on the infamous Highway of Death during the Gulf War of 1991. The U.S. is focused on the crisis in Asia as China moves aggressively against Taiwan and desperately needs European help. France seizes the chance to challenge the U.S. and forge an alliance with China. And Gus Tyler is trapped in a geopolitical storm. Tyler faces a powerful prosecutor as the international press trumpets his guilt. But a determined lawyer and Tyler's own son, a tough Air Force officer, have a different plan. For Gus Tyler, the search for justice will lead from a pampered Western Europe to a far place--the wild and lawless slaughterhouse of the Southern Sudan.

About Richard Herman

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Richard Herman is a retired Major in the United States Air Force and flew C-130s and F-4s. He served as an operations plans officer and tauight at the Air Force Academy. He is the author of eleven previous novels, including the critically acclaimed The Warbirds, Firebreak, Call to Duty, and Power Curve. His novels have been translated into a number of foreign languages and have been read in the White House. Mr. Herman currently lives in northern California.
Published May 27, 2010 by AuthorHouse. 352 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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