War Breaker

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Leisure Books, Jul 1, 1996 - Fiction - 400 pages
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Two years ago, Michael O'Connell was kicked out of the CIA for knowing too much: He was the key agent on an unsanctioned assignment to help Pakistan turn a small fleet of ancient B-50s into nearly undetectable nuclear bombers. Now, with war about to break out between Pakistan and India, the agency wants him back - to cover their tracks. Against his better judgment, O'Connell recruits former air force officer James Greeley to help steal the planes. Together they find themselves dodging bullets from the secret services of several nations, trying to outfly Pakistan's top American-trained fighter ace, and fending off a rogue arms trader willing to pay millions for just one weapon. From the streets of Paris, to the desert skies over northern India, to the final assault on the bombers in the Himalayan foothills, Jim DeFelice buckles his readers into a high-performance technothriller that accelerates from the first page to the last.

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It is 1997, and India has just invaded Pakistan. The Pakistani army is no match for the Indians, who threaten to overrun the country. Former CIA agent Michael O'Connell is persuaded to come back for ... Read full review


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Jim DeFelice, Jim DeFelice has written over a dozen works of fiction and non fiction for young people. He has written "Havana Strike," published in 1997, and "Brother's Keeper" published in 2000. He is the coauthor of "Dreamland" with Dale Brown.

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