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Hellhound Paperback – March 31, 2014
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Roberts ( Walking Dead ) and Appel ( Vengeance Valley ) make a good team and deliver an imaginative novel of clear, direct military suspense, although the internal logic of their plot too often relies on coincidence to fully convince. When a team of Iraqi and Palestinian terrorists steal the Hellhound, a high-powered attack helicopter being tested by the Russians at a secret airbase in Libya, the responsibility for its recovery falls to Russian colonel Sergei Valentin. Based on a cryptic remark by Libya's leader Qaddafi, whom Valentin concludes must know something about the thieves, the Russian's search takes him to an address in gang-controlled East L.A., where he teams up with Jack Walker, a temporarily idled LAPD helicopter cop. Meanwhile, the Arab terrorists prepare to use the Hellhound to avenge Saddam Hussein by attacking a nuclear power plant in Southern California, where former President Reagan is giving a speech. Valentin and Walker secure a Cobra helicopter of their own and take on the Hellhound in a daring seaside rendition of Duelling Helicopters in the rousing climax.
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About the Author
Craig Roberts is an author or co-author of 12 books, both fiction and non-fiction. He is a former police helicopter pilot with over 2600 hours of flying time in helicopters, airplanes and seaplanes. A US Marine Vietnam veteran, he often writes about the war in Vietnam. Allen Appel is a father and son writing team based in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. Allen Appel III is the author or co-author of over two dozen books of fiction and non-fiction.
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