Collateral Damage: A Dreamland Thriller

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HarperCollins, Nov 27, 2012 - Fiction - 496 pages
5 Reviews

The technology is perfect . . .until it's not

The fires still burn in Libya years after the fall of Gaddafi, forcing NATO to intervene in a new war that could have devastating consequences for the volatile region. But something has gone terribly wrong with a "foolproof" new superweapon, resulting in the shocking deaths of innocents.

The latest military miracle to come out of the Whiplash group was designed to eliminate any possibility of human error—yet civilians die when a computer-controlled UAV drone inexplicably goes rogue while the whole world watches. Now the entire Whiplash program is under fire, as the weapon's creator heads into the blistering heat of the conflict to discover if sabotage caused his infallible machine to fail. But there's an enemy waiting for him, determined to unleash more chaos and terror and death—which sends pilot Turk Mako to the skies once more to prove that, in the heat of battle, a skilled ace can do what no computer can.

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Review: Collateral Damage (Dreamland #14)

User Review  - Sheldon Lehman - Goodreads

Okay, Mr. Brown, you killed off Patrick Mcclanahan earlier this year. Time now to do the same to this series. It wasn't about Dreamland other than a flashback and a few mentions. It was barely about ... Read full review

Review: Collateral Damage (Dreamland #14)

User Review  - Tamera Lawrence - Goodreads

Take a trip into the Air Force where high tech planes are being developed by brilliant minds. But when an unmanned aircraft drone Sabre kills civilians in Libya, fingers are being pointed in every ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Dale Brown is the author of numerous New York Times bestsellers, including his 1987 work Flight of the Old Dog. His most recent bestseller was A Time for Patriots. A former captain in the U.S. Air Force and a current mission pilot in the Civil Air Patrol, he often flies his own plane in the skies over America.

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