Detachment Delta

Detachment Delta

Book - 2009
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Penguin Putnam
These elite Delta Force heroes are highly trained killing machines. Their leader is Charlie Strongheart, a Lakota warrior. His assignment: enter Iran and eliminate a terrorist threat. But when Strongheart is betrayed by those he thought he could trust, he finds himself alone in the heart of the beast.

Baker & Taylor
Charlie Strongheart, a Lakota warrior and member of Detachment Delta, a cadre of elite warriors from all branches of the American military, must enter Iran and eliminate an up-and-coming terrorist, but his mission turns even more dangerous when he is betrayed by someone close to him. Original.

Publisher: 2009
ISBN: 9780425224489
Characteristics: p. ; cm


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Mar 15, 2012

A terrible book. This is unfortunate because the plot is interesting enough. However, the finished product is far from a polished product and not at all believable. The author's writing is very juvenile. I do not recommend this book to any level of reader, even juveniles!

Mar 31, 2010

Truly one of the most poorly written books I have read in years - there is a decent plot in their, struggling to rise above the turgid prose and pages of useless details. Borrow this only if hackneyed, cliche'd characters and endless recounting of minute details intrigue you.

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