The Red Horseman

The Red Horseman

by Stephen Coonts (Author)

Synopsis

As the infrastructure of the Soviet Union crumbles before the world's eyes, twenty thousand tactical nuclear weapons, once under the command of the Soviet military, are up for grabs - and US intelligence believes they may soon appear on the open market. Jake Grafton is despatched to Moscow to ensure that the weapons are destroyed before they disappear into a terrorist pipeline. But Grafton discovers that unidentified American officials want his mission to fail - and will go to any lengths to stop him. Meanwhile, off the coast of the Canary Islands, the body of a British billionaire has been found floating in the sea. Grafton's contacts tell him the man was a victim of a hit squad from within the CIA. And before long, Grafton realises he too has been targeted for assassination - and the conspiracy is clearly stamped 'made in America'...

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 434
Edition: New Ed
Publisher: Orion
Published: 02 Oct 2003

ISBN 10: 0752849077
ISBN 13: 9780752849072
Book Overview: A fantastic, fast-paced Jake Grafton thriller Published alongside his brand-new mass-market paperback LIBERTY THE RED HORSEMAN is new to the Orion paperback list Stephen Coonts's sales are increasing with every book He is one of the few younger adventure thriller writers who can go on to threaten Clancy's dominance. Coonts is both a NEW YORK TIMES and SUNDAY TIMES bestselling author and all his thrillers received terrific reviews: 'Stephen Coonts, like Jake Grafton, just keeps getting better' Tom Clancy 'Crammed with action [and] suspense' USA TODAY '[Coonts's] flying-and-fighting scenes are as exciting as ever. Chalk up another red, white and blue ace for the author and his jet-jockeys' KIRKUS '[Coonts'] gripping, first-person narration of aerial combat is the best I've ever read. Once begun, this book cannot be laid aside' WALL STREET JOURNAL 'First-rate adventure fiction' PUBLISHERS WEEKLY 'Nobody does it better than Stephen Coonts' Clive Cussler 'Mr Coonts knows how to write and build suspense. His dialogue is realistic, the storylines mesmeric. That is the mark of a natural storyteller' NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW

Author Bio
Stephen Coonts is a former naval aviator who flew combat missions during the Vietnam War. His previous novels have been worldwide bestsellers. A former attorney, he resides with his wife and son in Las Vegas, Nevada.