Trial By Fire

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Simon & Schuster, Jan 1, 1993 - Fiction - 544 pages
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The fourth consecutive New York Times bestseller from the acclaimed author of Bright Star, Sword Point and Team Yankee. In a powerful and sophisticated thriller, Coyle brings to life the complex interplay among war, politics, and the media, as a government overthrow in Mexico destabilizes the border, and the U.S. is compelled to invade Mexico and establish a security zone.

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Review: Trial by Fire (Scott Dixon #3)

User Review  - Ben Diaz - Goodreads

Decent. The book over simplifies some of the problems- most notably with the female infantry officer. Overall a fun read, but the ending is both abrupt and not believable. Read full review

Review: Trial by Fire (Scott Dixon #3)

User Review  - Gwendolyn - Goodreads

If you are interested in military plans and the execution of them it is a good book. Also a viewpoint of 2 countries and a drug business at war is interesting. More than one way of looking at things Read full review


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Harold Coyle is the "New York Times" bestselling author of nine novels, including Look Away, "The Ten Thousand, Trial by Fire, Bright Star, Sword Point, " and "Team Yankee." He lives in Leavenworth, Kansas.

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