Storm Flight by MARK BERENT

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The explosive finale of Mark Berent's saga of men at war in Vietnam. In four novels, beginning with Rolling Thunder, Berent has captured the intensity and drama of U.S. politics and Vietnam combat as few other writers have. His years in Vietnam as a fighter pilot and diplomat charge his books with authenticity even while he "artfully spins gripping, compelling tales of his craft" (The Washington Post). Tom Clancy calls him "the real thing." And Storm Flight proves it again. In the fifth and final novel of this saga, the daring raid on the Son Tay prisoner-of-war camp starts a chain reaction that forces each of Berent's men to examine his courage, strength, and abilities in ways he'd never thought possible. USAF Lieutenant Colonel Court Bannister is removed from the field of action, only to reenter it on a bomber manned by a dead pilot.... Special Forces Colonel Wolf Lochert parachutes into Hanoi for POW evidence that could have an astonishing effect on the war, if only he can make it out in one piece.... USAF Captain Toby Parker faces constant questions about his gut instincts, until a test looms from which there is no turning back.... For each of them, and the many others of Storm Flight - pilots, soldiers, lovers, politicians, commanders - fate depends on the risks they take... and the risks have never been greater. Storm Flight is a searing, powerful work - an electrifying conclusion to a remarkable series.


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Published June 16, 2014 by Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. 383 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, War, Literature & Fiction, History, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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 American pilots languish in a secret Vietnamese prison as President Nixon and Henry Kissinger negotiate the end of US involvement in the war—in the fifth and concluding volume of Berent's highly detailed Air Force saga (Eagle Station, 1992, etc.).

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