Phantom Strike

Lovejoy has proven himself a master storyteller Clive Cussler Never has the balance of power in the Middle East been delicate Stoked by the flames of defeat, the Libyan high command has secretly completed the construction of a massive chemical weapons plant in the desert Their Sukhoi 24 bombers, capable of undertaking short range lethal raids, have orders for a Lovejoy has proven himself a master storyteller Clive Cussler Never has the balance of power in the Middle East been delicate Stoked by the flames of defeat, the Libyan high command has secretly completed the construction of a massive chemical weapons plant in the desert Their Sukhoi 24 bombers, capable of undertaking short range lethal raids, have orders for a test target three refugee camps, filled with women, children and the old Millions of innocent lives are set to be destroyed in this flexing of the high command s muscles, but at the first sign of aggression the entire region is set to erupt into total war Spurred on by the intelligence reports yet unable to wage an overt pre emptive attack, the White House is forced to turn to Andrew Wyatt A covert specialists and former top gun pilot, Wyatt marshals his squad of unmarked F 4 Phantoms as a C.I.A agent on the ground tries to learn prior to their arrival Wyatt must lead them through the deadly net of Libya s air defences, risking everything as he endeavours to deliver a final blow in the name of international peace Phantom Strike is a gripping, contemporary military thriller Praise for Phantom Strike Lovejoy writes in afterburner action that leaves you dry lipped, moist palmed and hungry for An excellent read M.E Morris Fast paced aerial action Phantom Strike is a supersonic rush toward a deadly target that rings with authenticity Jimmie H Butler, The Iskra Incident William H Lovejoy is the author of twenty five thriller, suspense, and mystery novels, including Delta Blue and Delta Green A Vietnam veteran, he resides in Colorado and is Vice Chancellor Emeritus from Mohave Community College Endeavour Press is the UK s leading independent digital publisher For information on our titles please sign up to our newsletter at endeavourpress Each week you will receive updates on free and discounted ebooks Follow us on Twitter EndeavourPress and on Facebook via on.fb 1HweQV7
Phantom Strike Lovejoy has proven himself a master storyteller Clive Cussler Never has the balance of power in the Middle East been delicate Stoked by the flames of defeat the Libyan high command has secretly compl

  • Title: Phantom Strike
  • Author: William H. Lovejoy
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Phantom Strike”

    1. Probably gave this book one more star than it deserved, but I liked the storyline a lot. The reassembly of old F-4s from the Air Force boneyard in Arizona and then used in a covert CIA operation against Libya. As the reader will surmise from the target, this book originally written over 20 years ago.

    2. Phantom Strike (William H Lovejoy)How do you create a small air force, simple, go to the Air Force boneyard in Arizona and pick out what you need from the massive mothballed fleet sitting in the desert Sun. Having a list of the last ones to be retired helps along with the required paperwork and a big check. Then, you rebuild them retrofitting them to meet the mission. Welcome to Phantom Strike. The action Lovejoy lays out will keep you glued to the pages. You're going to enjoy this one. Thanks f [...]

    3. Good bookThe book is a good read. It begins slowly and builds to the action slowly. The technical changes were easy to follow but left surprises for the reader. The only distraction that I encountered was a sampling of misspelled words. These misspellings were only on basic and simple words.

    4. Great BookThis book as all the things included to feel tense and your heart pumping. A great story line. I kept holding my breath and hoping against hope all the main characters would live and the mission completed.

    5. One of the betterEnjoyable, entertaining and developed well until last chapter. The ending was like the author was tired of it and simply white washed it in a feel good finish

    6. Phantom Strike.Very good read, read it straight thru in one day. Now on to the next book of Lovejoy's. Have to let my eyes rest for a day.

    7. Someone needs to have a spelling lessonGood plot, fast mover, and kept me up figuring what that word could be. The grammar police strikes again, so it goes

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