Before the Terminator and Rambo, there was Dick Marcinko--the real thing! Now the controversial author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Rogue Warrior series brings real-life adventure to a new level. In Green Team Marcinko puts his top-secret unit of the U.S. Navy to the ultimate test against a terror network with roots in a violent religious ...
Before the Terminator and Rambo, there was Dick Marcinko--the real thing! Now the controversial author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Rogue Warrior series brings real-life adventure to a new level. In Green Team Marcinko puts his top-secret unit of the U.S. Navy to the ultimate test against a terror network with roots in a violent religious movement.
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Publishers Weekly, 1995-12-18 This third book in the Rogue Warrior series, in which the Rogue Warrior goes up against fundamentalist terrorists, spent four weeks on PW's bestseller list. (Feb.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
Publishers Weekly, 1995-02-06 The Rogue Warrior is back with a vengeance in this third adventure starring and narrated by foul-mouthed, fast-talking ex-SEAL Richard Marcinko, subject of the autobiographical Rogue Warrior and hero of the novel Rogue Warrior II: Red Cell. Marcinko's latest escapade opens with his new Green Team on a secret assignment from the Chief of Naval Operations to snatch a terrorist away from his Cairo hideaway. When a terrorist bomb kills Marcinko's mentor and friend, CNO Arleigh Secrest, Marcinko and team vow revenge. Their battle against traitors and terrorists is waged with high-energy heroics from Nice to Karachi, with enough testosterone to float a battleship. Marcinko gives new definition to the word tough; the character that he and coauthor Weisman have created to tell the story is loud, self-assured, self-aware and unabashedly chauvinisticć the embodiment of an American myth: the outlaw who gets the job done with an end-justifies-the-means morality. The highly energetic storytelling includes numerous informational, historical and anecdotal asides, none of which is dull. A novel for those who like in-your-face four-letter action. Author tour; Simon & Schuster Audio. (Mar.)
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