No Warriors, No Glory

No Warriors, No Glory

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Technology is changing the way wars are fought. Unmanned robots are used to drop bombs, launch missiles, and are even used in ground combat . . . but if things go wrong, who's really to blame? In the ever-challenging deserts of Iraq, US army officer Nathan Dixon comes face to face with the future of warfare. Assigned to investigate a friendly fire incident involving a rogue unmanned ground combat vehicle, Dixon finds that behind every action lies a chain of hidden decisions. And this one placed hundreds, maybe thousands, of troops in harm's way. Journalist Alex Hughes is out to expose the truth. As the insurgencies heat up around them, Dixon must weed through self-serving paramilitary contractors, fledging commanding officers, and soldiers willing to hide the facts at any cost, to discover who defines the rules of war without the soldier. And where does patriotism end and national security begin?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 355 pages
  • 107 x 193 x 25mm | 236g
  • Tor Books
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 0765358654
  • 9780765358653
  • 736,315

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"Coyle is a master at high-tech suspense."--Clive Cussler

"Pulse-pounding . . . Coyle's masterfully labyrinthine plot lines, pedal-to-the-medal pacing, and brutally realistic portrayal of army life make this another winner."--"Publishers Weekly "on "Cat and Mouse "
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About Harold Coyle

HAROLD COYLE graduated from the Virginia Military Institute and spent fourteen years on active duty with the U.S. Army. He is the "New York Times" bestselling author of nine novels, including "The Ten Thousand, They Are Soldiers, God's Children, " and "More than Courage." He lives in Fairfax, VA.
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