Richard DickinsonÂ's acclaimed debut novel, The Silent Men, introduced Jackson Monroe, a master sniper prowling the jungles of Vietnam. This riveting sequel finds Monroe thirty years later, now a three- star general who has been sent to Afghanistan to broker a peace agreement. But when his chopper is shot down over the mountains, the polished political officer must become a hardened survivor once more. Following Monroe and his menÂ's peril-filled trek across hundreds of miles of hostile territory, The Warlord captures all the menace and ambiguity of Special Ops warfare and proves Jackson Monroe to be one of the most successful heroes in military fiction.
- Paperback | 329 pages
- 129.5 x 208.3 x 15.2mm | 226.8g
- 27 Dec 2005
- Penguin Books
- United States