Read Price of Duty (Patrick McLanahan, #21) Online Free - The U.S. and its Western allies come under a diabolical Russian cyber warfare attack in this action-packed military techno-thriller from New York Times bestselling master Dale Brown.
In a top-secret location deep in the Ural Mountains, Russian President Gennadiy Gryzlov has built his nation’s most dangerous weapon since the atomic bomb—a fearsome tool to gain superiority in Russia’s long-running battle with the West. From inside Perun Aerie—an intricate network of underground tunnels and chambers that is the heart of the Russian cyber warfare program—he is launching a carefully plotted series of attacks on an unsuspecting U.S. and its European allies.
The first strike targets Warsaw, Poland, where Russian malware wipes out the records of nearly every Polish bank account, imploding the country’s financial system and panicking the rest of Europe. When Stacy Anne Barbeau, the besieged American president, fails to effectively combat the Russian threat, Brad McLanahan, on some well-earned R&R with his new Polish girlfriend, Major Nadia Rozek, is called back to duty.
As the Russians’ deadly tactics escalate—including full-scale assaults on Europe’s power grid and the remote hijacking of a commercial airliner that kills hundreds of civilians—McLanahan and his Scion team kick into gear, arming themselves with the most advanced technological weaponry for the epic struggle ahead. A patriot in the mold of his father, the late general Patrick McLanahan, Brad knows firsthand the price of freedom.
With the world’s fate hanging in the balance, will Scion succeed in turning back Gryzlov before he can realize his terrifying ambition to conquer the globe? And what will the toll of victory be?
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June 20, 2017
The book was hard to put down and had a real world feel. Dale Brown's use if technology to enhance the story succeeds where many other tech writers fail. The book stands on its own the technology merely an enhancement to a good story. I especially like keeping up with the Dream Land chapters and...
April 14, 2017
I won this book on Goodreads. I have not read any of the previous Dale Brown books, but this story has spurred me to read the previous ones, especially Iron Wolf,the one just before this one. The action moves around a lot, so the reader must pay attention to the titles. The author references some...
April 11, 2017
Another great story in this series.I love the continuity in all these books characters you get to know and either love or hate.Finding out what happens to Patrick also makes you keep reading .brad has become a major player in the last few.the only problem is now i have to wait for the next book,I...
April 30, 2017
I won an ARC in a GOODREADS giveaway - Price of Duty (Patrick McLanahan, #21) by Dale Brown - How can he continue to write with such intensity?!? As usual, this book can be read as a single but WHY do that!
April 16, 2017
Price of Duty by Dale Brown
Dale Brown plucks his plots out of newspaper headlines. This thriller continues with the Skymaster characters and focuses on cbyer warfare with Russian origins. Obviously that is not much of a fictional stretch.
The McLanahans are back as is ex-President Martindale. The...
June 13, 2017
This is a scary and timely book. With headlines every day of the Trump Administration in possible
collusion with the Russians, with certain knowledge of Russian hacking and interfering in the American presidential election of 2016 (and no indication that President Trump believes this to be a prob...
July 06, 2017
BROWN IS STILL A FAVORITE WRITER - GOOD CURRENT NOVEL
June 24, 2017
As usual Dale Brown has written an excellent techno thriller. Truly enjoyed the whole book, but could have done without the Saturday morning thriller style epilogue
July 06, 2017
June 26, 2017
The quality of writing is back up on this one. Brad McLanahan has moved to being the lead character taking the place of his father in previous books. The Russians are causing trouble again, this time using cyber warfare to disrupt the Baltic states. They're doing a pretty good job of it too.