War Breaker

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Dorchester Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2006 - Fiction - 389 pages
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September 1997. The world stands on the brink of nuclear disaster. War has broken out between India and Pakistan. The CIA has recalled Michael O'Connell, expelled from the Company two years earlier for helping Pakistan design nearly undetectable nuclear bombers. Now he is hired to destroy these refitted B-50s.

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A bankrupt ex-CIA agent takes his helicopter flying skills to the Indian subcontinent—where Muslim monarchists, Sikh separatists, and megalomaniac militarists are at daggers drawn. Nuclear weapons ... Read full review

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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 has written over a dozen works of fiction and nonfiction for young people. His works include: Havana Strike, published in 1997, and Brother's Keeper published in 2000. He is the co-author of Dreamland with Dale Brown. He also co-authored best sellers American Sniper and American Gun with Chris Kyle. In 2014, his nonfiction ebook made the New York Times bestseller list; it was entitled Code Name: Johnny Walker. DeFelice co-authored 2015 New York Times and Publisher's Weelky bestseller American Wife with Chris Kyle's widow, Taya Kyle.

Jim DeFelice is the author or co-author of several military-themed "New York Times" bestsellers. His latest novel is "Leopards Kill,

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