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A radical cleric has become the democratically elected president of Pakistan and uses a brutal incident in the Kashmir region as an opportunity to ignite war with India. The highly lethal conventional war spins out of control when Pakistan initiates a nuclear attack. India is on the verge of launching their own nuclear response, one that will have unimaginably disastrous results for both the United States and the world at large.
With only one chance to head this off, the president of the United States sends in his best people to do whatever it takes to restore the fragile peace to the region. With the clock ticking and Pakistan in the hands of a religious radical willing to do anything to destroy India, there remains only one viable option: to execute a coup d’état in Pakistan.
There is only one man with the skills and experience to infiltrate the live war theater and remove the Pakistani president from power. Only one man the White House can trust. His name: Dewey Andreas. Now they have to find him before time runs out.
From the author of the critically acclaimed thriller Power Down comes the latest ripped-from-the-headlines novel featuring his indelible and indomitable protagonist, the unforgettable Dewey Andreas.
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By Susan on 03-18-12
Dewey Andreas Saves the Day ... Again!
I enjoyed Power Down by the same author so decided to get this one as well. No regrets. The same semi super-hero main character (Dewey Andreas) from Power Down is in Coup D'Etat and once again he takes us on a wild ride that kept me listening at all hours. The plotline is excellent, characters are perfect for the plot and the pace is nice and fast, just how I most enjoy listening. Definitely recommend for thriller lovers. Plenty of action!
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By Brad on 10-04-11
The Story Continues...
I really enjoyed the first book "Power Down" - and Dewey Andreas did not let us down. Dewey is not our typical protagonist he has these moments where you see his soft side but then he flips that switch and he becomes scary bad. Only thing I think drew away from this was the reader - you could hear him breath in right before he spoke after a while I did not notice it but it was distracting at first.
16 of 16 people found this review helpful