Tom Clancy's Op-Center by George Galdorisi
Dark Zone

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While there isn’t a lot of actual fighting, the procedures involved in puzzling out what is real and what is not, who is involved and when the attack will happen, generate plenty of suspense.
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In Dark Zone, a race-to-the-finish thriller in the New York Times bestselling Tom Clancy's Op-Center series, the brutal murder of an undercover agent reveals a plot to incite a full-fledged war between Russia and Ukraine.

Former US Ambassador to the Ukraine Douglas Flannery meets with an old friend and former spy near New York’s South Street Seaport. She is seeking his help to thwart a Russian plan to overrun her native Ukraine, but those for whom she is working propose an infinitely more dangerous scheme, one that could draw in NATO forces and possibly ignite World War III. Moments later, as she jogs along the East River, her throat is slashed.

Within hours, Op-Center learns of the killing and alarm bells go off. Director Chase Williams and his team have been following events as Ukraine, her NATO allies, and Russia rapidly deploy forces in a dangerous game of brinksmanship. But the secret that Flannery has learned threatens to take the looming battle to a whole new and very lethal level. Using cutting edge techniques of cyber warfare and spycraft, Op-Center must respond to the rapidly unfolding crisis before the U.S. is forced to take sides in a conflict that could change history.

 

About George Galdorisi

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Author George Galdorisi flew U.S. Navy search and rescue in the early 1970s, manning Vietnam-era helicopters with pilots from the initial cadre of navy CSAR teams. His flying career continued for over a quarter-century, culminating with state-of-the-art CSAR helicopters aboard U.S. aircraft carriers in the Persian Gulf. He has written about naval combat operations in a wide range of articles in professional journals and has published two successful novels of naval combat: The Coronado Conspiracy and For Duty and Honor. Author Tom Phillips began his U.S. Navy career flying attack helicopters in Vietnam, including POW rescue operations with Navy SEALs. He continued flying in squadrons sprinkled with other CSAR veterans of Vietnam before moving into operational staff positions and, after retirement from active duty, was intimately involved in developing training materials for current CSAR pilots. He now works as a Navy tactics analyst and a flight simulator instructor training today¹s rescue crews.
 
Published May 30, 2017 by St. Martin's Griffin.
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, War, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction
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on Mar 24 2017

While there isn’t a lot of actual fighting, the procedures involved in puzzling out what is real and what is not, who is involved and when the attack will happen, generate plenty of suspense.

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