Larry Bond's First TeamLarry Bond's First Team (Volume 1)
Larry Bond and Jim DeFelice
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ISBN: 9781429969390368 Pages
The New York Times bestselling author of the classic technothrillers Red Phoenix and Day of Wrath, Larry Bond has won praise for the gritty authenticity of his military-political adventures as well as for his matchless talent at generating edge-of-your-seat suspense. Now Bond debutes an exciting new series that rockets straight from the cutting edge of America's war on terror . . .
Officially designated the Joint Services Special Demands Project, "The Team" is a unique unit created to address unconventional threats in an unconventional manner, beyond the beurocratic restraints of either the U.S. intelligence or military establishments. With an almost unlimited budget, the Team, consisting of a CIA officer, two Special Forces commandos, and one outnumbered Marine--is authorized to track vital intel and then take immediate action.
A radical response to perilous times, the Team has never been more needed than this very moment: a quantity of radioactive waste, being shipped across the former Soviet Union, has gone missing. In the wrong hands, the stolen material can be converted into a "dirty bomb" capable of rendering any American city uninhabitable for centuries. With time running out, the Team must locate and neutralize the threat--unaware that their unseen enemy has already chosen a target: the island paradise of Honolulu.
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Larry Bond's First Team
So from that spring whence comfort seemed to come, Discomfort swells.
--Shakespeare, Macbeth, 1.2.27--8
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Praise for Larry Bond's First Team
“The technothriller has a new ace and his name is Larry Bond.” —Tom Clancy
“Technothriller fans rejoice! Larry Bond is good--very, very good.” —Stephen Coonts
“A superb storyteller . . . Larry Bond seems to know everything about warfare, from the grunt in the foxhole to the fighter pilots far above the earth.” —The New York Times