Synopses & Reviews
From top-secret diplomatic tunnels beneath London to the high seas off the Azores, the andlt;Iandgt;New York Timesandlt;/Iandgt; bestselling SEAL commando of eight explosive thrillers takes on a lethal group of Irish Republican Army terrorists inandlt;BRandgt; andlt;BRandgt; andlt;Bandgt;andlt;Iandgt;ROGUE WARRIORandlt;/Iandgt;andlt;BRandgt; DETACHMENT BRAVOandlt;/Bandgt;andlt;BRandgt; andlt;BRandgt; The Rogue Warrior is back in a fast-paced, furious, in-your-face adventure! This time he's on the hunt for a high-tech army that smashed the Good Friday Peace Accord and killed a half dozen American and British CEOs. Launched by two self-financed, new-generation terrorists, this murderous wing of the IRA has an even bigger assault planned -- one that promises to stun the world. Now, along with a special ops team made up of Brits, SEALS, spies, and NSA operatives, Marcinko is determined to stop them, but there are a few unknowns: they don't know the target, they don't know the date, and they don't know where the terror is going down.
Publishers Weekly Unabashedly testosterone-addled.
andlt;Iandgt;The Washington Timesandlt;/Iandgt; In a field of wanna-bes, Marcinko is the real thing.
andlt;Iandgt;Publishers Weeklyandlt;/Iandgt; Unabashedly testosterone-addled.
Rogue Warrior is on the hunt for a high-tech army that smashed the Good Friday Peace Accord and killed six American and British CEOs. Launched by two self-financed, new-generation terrorists, this murderous wing of the IRA has a bigger assault planned. Along with a special ops team of Brits, SEALs, spies, and NSA operatives, Marcinko is determined to stop them.
About the Author
andlt;Bandgt;John Weismanandlt;/Bandgt; is one of the select company of authors to have written both fiction and non-fiction andlt;Iandgt;New York Timesandlt;/Iandgt; best-sellers. In 1992 he wrote andlt;Iandgt;Rogue Warriorandlt;/Iandgt; with Richard Marcinko. That book, Marcinko's autobiography and the story of the U.S. Navy's elite counterterrorism unit, SEAL Team Six, spent eight months on the Times best-seller list, including four weeks at number one. The sequels, andlt;Iandgt;Rogue Warrior: Red Cell, Rogue Warrior: Green Team, Rogue Warrior: Task Force Blue, Rogue Warrior: Designation Gold,andlt;/Iandgt; and andlt;Iandgt;Rogue Warrior: Seal Force Alphaandlt;/Iandgt; were all andlt;Iandgt;New York Timesandlt;/Iandgt; fiction-list best-sellers.andlt;BRandgt;Weisman was appointed a Senior Fellow at the Annenberg Washington Program for Communications Policy Studies of Northwestern University in 1989. Prior to that, he wrote hundreds of articles for publications that run the gamut from the andlt;Iandgt;Columbia Journalism Reviewandlt;/Iandgt; to andlt;Iandgt;Soldier of Fortune.andlt;/Iandgt; He has lectured on media and writing at the National War College at Fort Leslie J. McNair, the American University, Cornell University, and Longwood College.andlt;BRandgt;His books include the nonfiction best-seller andlt;Iandgt;Shadow Warrior,andlt;/Iandgt; the life story of Felix Rodriguez, the CIA agent who captured Che Guevara, which was published by Simon and Schuster and was the subject of a 60 Minutes segment. His previous novels include andlt;Iandgt;Evidence, Watchdogs,andlt;/Iandgt; and andlt;Iandgt;Blood Cries.andlt;/Iandgt; His acclaimed CIA short story "There Are Monsterim" can be found in the current anthology andlt;Iandgt;Unusual Suspects.andlt;/Iandgt;andlt;BRandgt;Weisman was born in New York City in 1942. He attended the Birch Wathen School and Bard College. He divides his time between homes in the Washington, DC area and the Blue Ridge mountains of Virginia.andlt;BRandgt;He can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org