Storming Heaven

Storming Heaven

Book - 1994
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America is under siege. Henri Cazuax, one of the world's most feared and deadly terrorists, is conducting a campaign of vindication and revenge against the United States. Cazaux, who was abused by American soldiers durning an incarceration when he was a teenager in Europe, has waited years for this opportunity. Now, when the United States seems at its most vulnerable, he decidees to strike. His method is ingenious in its simplicity: using large commerical aircraft purchased from an airline graveyard wholesaler, Cazaaux will deploy bombs out of a modified rear-entry stair on unsuspecting critical targets.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c1994.
ISBN: 9780399139314
Characteristics: 399 p. ; 25 cm.


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pollyvirgil Feb 15, 2015

I understand Dale Brown is considered a great author, but don't waste your time. Isn't exciting at all.


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