Rogue Forces : Patrick McLanahan

  • by Dale Brown
  • Narrated by William Dufris
  • Series: Patrick McLanahan
  • 11 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The clash of civilizations will be the highest bidder.The newly inaugurated president, Joseph Gardner, pledged to start pulling U.S. forces out of Iraq on his first day of office. Meanwhile, the former president, Kevin Martindale, and retired Air Force lieutenant-general Patrick McLanahan have left government behind for the lucrative world of military contracting. Their firm, Scion Aviation International, has been hired to take over aerial patrols in northern Iraq.Yet Iraq quickly re-emerges as a hot zone: Kurdish nationalist attacks have led the Republic of Turkey to invade northern Iraq, the new American president needs to regain control of the situation, but he's reluctant to send U.S. forces back into harm's way, leaving Scion the only credible force in the region capable of blunting the Turks' advances. But when Patrick McLanahan makes the decision to take the fight to the Turks, can the president rein him in? And just where does McLanahan's loyalty ultimately lie?In Rogue Forces, Dale Brown, the New York Times-best-selling master of thrilling action, explores the frightening possibility that the corporations we now rely on to fight our battles are becoming too powerful for America's good.


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Great Narrator

William Dufris does a great job on the story (reminiscent of "Destroyermen"), but the story kinda drifts a little. The problem may be that there are not really any bad guys in the book; things just get outta hand like in a cafeteria food fight. The Secretary of State is an interesting character, and so is McLANAHAN!!! But, most of the characters are very forgettable.
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- Dan

Patrick MacCannahan Does it Again!

I have become a Dale Brown fan as this is the 5th book in a row I have listened to. Edge of your seat action, great plot if you like this high tech espionage stuff. I thoroughly enjoyed this book as I have all Dale Browns book, so far this has been the best of them all. The epilogue was great and I am looking forward to the sequel. Keep up the great work, please!
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-28-2009
  • Publisher: HarperAudio