Tag Archives: Larry Bond

Book Review – Silver Tower – Dale Brown

As Russia looks to invade the middle east, the ultimate weapon for the opposing American forces isn’t on the battlefield, it orbits many miles high above it. A space station with a powerful radar, but is it enough to stop Russia winning the war? With the grand scope of the …

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Book Review – Black Order – James Rollins

An auction of books is attracting death and destruction while in Nepal a monastery full of monks becomes a killing ground. Sigma Force is on the case trying to tie the incidents in Denmark and Nepal with a world war II experiment in Poland. Like several of his contemporaries such …

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Book Review – Dangerous Ground – Larry Bond

An ex-pilot uses a family connection to get into the submarine training system. He ends up aboard the USS Memphis which is Captained by a hard driving tyrant. The submarine, along with two female technicians are given a highly sensative mission which does not yield the expected results. Larry Bond‘s …

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Book Review – Night of the Hawk – Dale Brown

From the Publisher During a bombing mission in the Soviet Union, First Lieutenant David Luger was killed in an explosion–or so his fellow crew members thought. Now they find out that he survived, and has been brainwashed by the KGB. Perhap a little long and a little too detailed, the …

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