The Fourth War by Chris Stewart

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Along the Afghanistan border, a CIA agent meets secretly with a distraught Arab girl. She passes him a coded message before killing herself. But before the message can be deciphered, the world spins toward war: Within hours, the president of Pakistan is assassinated, and the country's nuclear warheads go missing. Al Qaeda streams into northern Pakistan. Israel puts her combat forces on hair-trigger alert.
CIA paramilitary agent Peter Zembeic is given the impossible task of finding and destroying the missing warheads. Working with his best friend, a B-2 pilot, they develop a desperate plan to save the world from the threat of nuclear terror.

 

About Chris Stewart

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Chris Stewart is a former U. S. Air Force pilot assigned to fly the SR-71 Blackbird and B-1 bomber. He is the author of four other successful and acclaimed thrillers, Shattered Bone, The Kill Box, The Third Consequence, and The Fourth War.  He lives in Farmington, Utah.
 
Published April 1, 2007 by Thomas Dunne Books. 400 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, War. Fiction

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Peter, working out of Camp Cowboy, a CIA paramilitary base in northern Afghanistan, is secretly led to the location of the warheads by the Islamic spy Donner, who seems truly motivated by humanitarian means when he explains the ramifications of a nuclear war: “America will be wounded, but we will...

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