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Red Phoenix by Larry Bond

Red Phoenix (1989)

by Larry Bond, Patrick Larkin (Author)

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  SideHill | Feb 8, 2012 |
My first contact with Larry Bond was via Harpoon, great strategy focused on naval warfare. Then I read "Red Storm Rising" he wrote in cooperation with Tom Clancy.
Although I like techno-thrillers thing that annoys me the most is that political maneuvers are always very highly polarized - you have good guys and bad guys (no gray area) and soldiers fighting (but commendably soldiers are never declared as bad guys because they are always ordered to war by the bad guys) - it is just not the way things are on the greater scale (IMO books with more grasp on reality regarding this factor are Dragonstrike/Dragon Fire/Third World War (all by Humphrey Hawksley)).
This one is not very different but nevertheless it is an interesting read. ( )
  Zare | Feb 4, 2009 |
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Larry Bondprimary authorall editionscalculated
Larkin, PatrickAuthormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Meyer, Jackie MerriCover designersecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Thorpe, PeterCover artistsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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Dedicated to our parents
Margaret and Harris Bond
Marilyn and Don Larkin
for thiei encouragment, patience, and most of all
for their love.
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They found the North Korean tunnel shortly before dawn.
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This thundering geopolitical thriller dares reveal the military hardware, global upheavals, and raw combat that a second Korean War would unleash.
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The story of men and women as they shape events that alter, if not devastate, the world after the Second Korean War begins when North Korea, supported by the Soviets, invades South Korea.

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