Day of the Cheetah
HarperCollins Publishers Limited, Oct 1, 2008 - 656 pages
In this aerial combat story, the author refers to technology only now coming off real military drawing boards and his own hands-on insider's skill. In this novel of high-tech aviation, the story comes to a shattering climax. The author also wrote Flight of the Old Dog and Silver Tower.
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