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Similar books to Executive Intent: A Novel (Patrick McLanahan Book 16. I have been a Dale Brown fan since the late 1980's. I have also been a fan of Patrick McLanahan and the Old Dog series and have followed the characters as if they were actual living beings

Similar books to Executive Intent: A Novel (Patrick McLanahan Book 16). "A Steep Price" by Robert Dugoni Learn more about this new book. I have also been a fan of Patrick McLanahan and the Old Dog series and have followed the characters as if they were actual living beings. I looked forward to Executive Intent for months, but after finely getting it, it was very disappointing. I read it on my Kindle, which as most of you know gives a percentage line at the bottom of the page.

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Executive Intent book. With Executive Intent, the New York Times bestselling master thriller-writer Dale Brown crafts an action-packed tale of intrigue and technological weaponry that pits the world's superpowers in a contest for Earth's oceans and ultimate high ground - space.

Executive Intent Dale Brown The United States has just launched the most powerful weapon in history – a missilelaunching satellite called Thor's . Book 16 in the Patrick McLanahan series, 2010

Executive Intent Dale Brown The United States has just launched the most powerful weapon in history – a missilelaunching satellite called Thor's Hammer that can strike anywhere on the planet. Book 16 in the Patrick McLanahan series, 2010. This novel is dedicated to my hardworking family, who refuse to give in even during tough economic.

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However, the book can be part of the overall Patrick McLanahan continuity because of his and General Elliott's appearances, plus the book taking place over two years since the events of Flight of the Old Dog (which is referred to in passing). Brown's novels mostly center on a character named Patrick McLanahan, whose exploits as a US Air Force officer date back over 25 years. Executive Intent (2010) - The US deploys a new orbital bombardment system, the Thor's Hammer, with a Pakistani ballistic-missile battery hijacked by terrorists firing on Indian cities as the first target.

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Patrick McLanahan (series by Dale Brown) 2. Flight of the Old Dog, a New York Bestseller is the first book in the . Night of the Hawk is the second book in the Patrick Mclanahan book series. This book is an excellent read, which is quite enjoyable

Patrick McLanahan (series by Dale Brown) 2. Flight of the Old Dog, a New York Bestseller is the first book in the Patrick McClanahan book series. In this book, the author Dale Brown introduces the reader to Captain Patrick Mclanahan, who works as a flight navigator. We are also introduced to another significant character, General Elliot, who is the man in charge of the dreamland projects. These two characters work on an exceedingly important mission in the story. This book is an excellent read, which is quite enjoyable.

Dale Brown continues the Patrick McLanahan Series with another winner. With the other large nations expanding their power and influence on all continents it is inevitable that it expands into space.

Narrated by William Dufris. The incomparable Dale Brown ( The best military writer in the country -Clive Cussler) roars back at full throttle with Executive Intent. The perennial New York Times bestselling master delivers another action-packed tale of international intrigue and technological weaponry that pits the world’s superpowers in a terrifying contest for dominance of outer space and the Earth’s oceans.

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Executive Intent - Brown Dale 13. 14. 15. 16. . 80. Secretary of the Air Force Salazar Sal Banderas smiled and nodded as he returned to his chair.

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The incomparable Dale Brown (“The best military writer in the country” —Clive Cussler) roars back at full throttle with Executive Intent. The perennial New York Times bestselling master delivers another action-packed tale of international intrigue and technological weaponry that pits the world’s superpowers in a terrifying contest for dominance of outer space and the Earth’s oceans. Vince Flynn and Brad Thor fans will flock to the man whose electrifying visions of near-future warfare remain the gold standard of the techno-thriller genre. Executive Intent is Dale Brown at his best.


Comments: (7)

Mozel
I have been a Dale Brown fan since the late 1980's. I have also been a fan of Patrick McLanahan and the Old Dog series and have followed the characters as if they were actual living beings. I looked forward to Executive Intent for months, but after finely getting it, it was very disappointing. I read it on my Kindle, which as most of you know gives a percentage line at the bottom of the page. I was shocked to see that from approximately 20% into the story that the next 60% was basically technical information on why the story was happening. You can't sit on the edge of your chair waiting for the next action move with this story. Hopefully Mr. Brown can get us back to sitting on the edge of our chairs again.
felt boot
Not one of Brown's better books. Action is sooooooo slow. The White House Administration is obviously Obama-esque, as the President and his aides refuse to believe the Russians and Chinese are purposely taking out American targets without a response from the US. If you're going to read it, skip to the last 30 pages or so and you'll spare yourself a lot of time getting peeved at the White House, Russians, and Chinese, and you can go on to read another book.
fetish
I believe I have seventeen or so Dale Brown Novels in my bookcase and most of them I really enjoyed. However, as Brown has advanced Patrick McClanahan to retired general status, the stories have become just a bit uncomfortable and implausable for me. The American Holocost was where I decided that I had gone as far as I could with the techno wizadry and Brown's version of the world. I had hopes that this latest book might be a return to something like the earlier times. What I got was a dash of this and a dash of that. We have a new president who has outlooks much like the current one we have and a female Secretary of State who has a very large agenda. At least Brown didn't have to dream those two up. The Vice President is one which we could really use right now, however.

In this book, China and Russia are conniving to get the US out of using space as a defensive weapons environment and they are doing a very good job of it as the president doesn't want to do anything to antagonize or stand up to our adversaries. I won't divulge how this crisis is dealt with, but I will say it is highly unlikely in the real world.

Three stars means "It's OK." And it is. It just isn't what we used to get from this author.
Mightdragon
I haven't finished reading the story, but it is very up-to-date time-wise on the theme of the book dealing with various situations between China, Russia and the USA. I very much enjoyed reading about being "up in space" and felt like I was there with Dale Brown's characters. In some instances, the story line was a real eye opener to me. The story is getting better and better and Brown's stories always leave me wanting more and anxious to read another of his books.
Gerceytone
Dale Brown begins the story as if he was preparing a canvas, putting in the background first with recent live news commentary pertaining to what the main world powers are doing or contemplating to update their weaponry. Then the narrative begins with live action in the air. No messing about! He doesn't waste your time with trivia. The canvas is now ready for the main characters including Patrick McLanahan in riviting nonstop action. Another masterpiece from Dale Brown.
Deodorant for your language
I like all of Dale's books! keep the mclanahan's coming. they are like family.
Gnng
The entire series is good but this one is special. Great characters. Very real! Nice story line. Better than some of the later books. A good read evennon its own.
Dale Brown comes through again creating a riveting talk esse filled with suspense. You'd be foolish enough to not give this book a try, and be sure to read the entire series.
Executive Intent (Patrick McLanahan, Book 16) download epub
Thrillers & Suspense
Author: Dale Brown
ISBN: 0062044869
Category: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Language: English
Publisher: Harper; Reprint edition (February 22, 2011)