Stephen Coonts: Three Great Novels: The Pentagon : The Intruders, The Minotaur, Under Siege
THE INTRUDERS - Post-Vietnam, Jake is having to handle his new life away from the front line, a life far more complicated than the missile-infested skies above the Ho Chi Minh trail. Here the enemies aren't so obvious and most are on your own side. But the danger is, if anything, more deadly and the consequences of failure more final...THE MINOTAUR - Assigned to the Pentagon, Jake Grafton is drawn into a hunt for the Minotaur - a mole who is selling America's most precious defence secrets. As Grafton homes in on the shocking identity of the Minotaur - and his even more chilling motive - he is forced to ask just who exactly are the traitors? UNDER SIEGE - When Colombian suicide squads hit Washington, Captain Jake Grafton and the Joint Chiefs of Staff face the most deadly challenge ever to threaten America. But while confusion and chaos rule the streets, a ruthless hunter serving an unknown master has his own catastrophic mission. He will not rest until he has wiped out the whole cabinet, starting with the President himself...
- Paperback | 1080 pages
- 152 x 230 x 58mm | 1,202.03g
- 20 Oct 2005
- Orion Publishing Co
- Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
- London, United Kingdom
About Stephen Coonts
Stephen Coonts is a former naval aviator who flew combat missions during the Vietnam War. His previous novels have been worldwide bestsellers. He lives with his wife and son in Las Vegas, Nevada.