Vortex by Larry Bond

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As the forces of white supremacy make their last ruthless stand in South Africa and the world faces Armageddon, America mobilizes Operation Brave Fortune, a full-scale war effort waged on land, at sea, and in the air. "Bond is good. . . . I started sweating on the first page".--Stephen Coonts.
 

About Larry Bond

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Larry Bond is a writer and game designer. He graduated from St. Thomas College in 1973 with a degree in quantitative methods. Bond worked as a computer programmer before entering The U.S. Navy Officers Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island. He graduated in 1976 and served in the Navy for six years. Bond spent two years with the Navy Reserve Intelligence Program and then worked as a naval analyst for consulting firms in Washington, D.C. Bond also designs games. His Harpoon gaming system was published in 1980 and has won the H.G. Wells Award as the best miniature game of the year in 1981, 1987, and 1997. A computer version of the game was created in 1990 and won the Wargame of the Year award from Computer Gaming World. Bond began his writing career by collaborating with Tom Clancy on the bestseller Red Storm Rising. His own novels include Red Phoenix, The Enemy Within, and Day of Wrath.
 
Published June 1, 1991 by Warner Books. 670 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, War. Fiction

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This near-future techno-thriller with a South African setting sustains interst from first page to last and confirms Bond ( Red Phoenix ) as a highly capable storyteller. Afrikaner radicals stage a cou

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Sustaining interest from first page to last, this near-future techno-thriller--a PW hardcover bestseller for five weeks--has Afrikaner radicals staging a coup, reinvigorating apartheid and invading Namibia.

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This near-future techno-thriller with a South African setting sustains interst from first page to last and confirms Bond ( Red Phoenix ) as a highly capable storyteller. Afrikaner radicals stage a cou

Jun 03 1991 | Read Full Review of Vortex

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