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Stephen Coonts
Macmillan, Mar 15, 2002 - Fiction - 384 pages
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A historic landmark work, depicting war as it is and soon will be-the shape of war to come.


Harold Coyle, reporting from the front lines of the information war, where cyberpunks are recruited to combat the growing swarm of hackers who orchestrate online terrorism around the world.

Ralph Peters, who takes us to the war-torn Balkan states, where a U.S. Army observer sent to keep an eye on the civil war is taken on a guided tour of the country at gunpoint, captured by the very people he was sent to monitor.

James Cobb, pitting one U.S. Cavalry unit against an aggressive Algerian recon division in an attempt to protect a defenseless African nation.

R. J. Pineiro who goes into the far reaches of space where a terrorist holds the world captive from a nuclear equipped space platform.

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If your interested in today's military challenges and what-ifs I would suggest you read this book. I really enjoyed the story about cyber security and the cyber knights. Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Ten original novellas dish out military/technothriller fiction. Editor Coonts, who has had several bestsellers of this ilk since Flight of the Intruder (1986), argues in his introduction that the ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Stephen Coonts is the author of seven New York Times bestselling novels, the first of which was the classic flying tale, Flight of the Intruder, which spent more than six months at the top of The New York Times bestseller list. His novels have been published around the world and translated into more than a dozen languages. He was honored by the U.S. Naval Institute with its Author of the Year Award in 1986. His latest novel is America. He is also the editor of two anthologies, War in the Air and The New York Times bestselling Combat. He resides with his wife, Deborah, in Nevada.

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