Rogue Warrior: Dictator's RansomRogue Warrior (Volume 13)
Richard Marcinko and Jim DeFelice
Is Kim Jong-il really a fanatical fan of Dick Marcinko, the Rogue Warrior? Has the terrifying tyrant actually read every one of Marcinko's many New York Times bestsellers?
One thing is certain: the Rogue Warrior wants nothing to do with the brutal despot. When, in Dictator's Ransom, "the loathsome dwarf"--as George W. Bush derided him--invites Marcinko to the Hermit Kingdom, the Rogue Warrior instantly declines...prompting the CIA to RSVP on his behalf. Of course, the Agency is sending Marcinko on this life-threatening mission, not to sign books but as part of a clandestine special op: Marcinko is to track down four covert nuclear warheads secreted in the Supreme Leader's palace.
More than just another thriller, however, Dictator's Ransom is a novel of electrifying energy and wicked wit. Marcinko rightfully takes his place alongside Huck Finn as the raunchy, rambunctious American hero he truly is. Kim Jong-il quickly becomes the most outrageous, most frightening, most demented nuclear psychopath in all of history and literature. Dictator's Ransom will have you shuddering with fear and trembling...even as it has you cracking up with laughter.
Impressions of North Korea:
Cold. Crappy food. Cheap booze.
Great place to hunt. Especially if you're with the world's cruelest dictator.
Not a good place to be shot, especially by said dictator.
Richard Marcinko discusses Rogue Warrior: Dictator's Ransom
More than just a thriller, Dictator's Ransom is a novel of electrifying energy and wicked wit.Share This