Day of the Cheetah

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Berkley Books, 1989 - Fiction - 502 pages
36 Reviews
In one of his boldest bestsellers, Dale Brown creates a shattering scenario of the ultimate race for technology...America's most advanced fighter plane, "DreamStar, " has been hijacked. To retrieve it, Lt. Col. Patrick McLanahan takes on his most daring assignment since "The Flight of the Old Dog." The odds are against him. His plane, the "Cheetah, " is less advanced than "DreamStar." And so begins the greatest high-flying chase of all time...

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Review: Day of the Cheetah (Patrick McLanahan #4)

User Review  - Bob Conner - Goodreads

When I read Dale Brown, I'm often awed at his technical knowledge, but even more intriguing is his almost clairvoyant ability to write stories that connect with the future. Now, a "thought-controlled" fighter jet has appeared in his clairvoyant writing. Read full review

Review: Day of the Cheetah (Patrick McLanahan #4)

User Review  - Richard - Goodreads

Fantastic aviation/cold war era thriller. I couldn't put it down. Highly recommended to fans of Stephen Hunter, aviation, and the cold war. Read full review


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About the author (1989)

Dale Brown is a former captain in the U.S. Air Force. He lives in Nevada, where he can often be found high in the sky, piloting his own plane. He is the author of ten previous novels, all of them "New York Times" bestsellers.

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