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Title
Rogue Warrior--Holy terror Rogue Warrior--Holy terror
Type
Text
Subject
Rogue Warrior (Fictitious character)--Fiction.
Terrorism--Prevention--Fiction.
Rome (Italy)--Fiction.
Genre Form
fiction
Adventure fiction.
Language
English
Geographic Coverage
Italy
Classification
LCC: PS3563.A6362 R6425 2006 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 813/.54 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2005056306
Supplementary Content
Index present
Summary
Visiting a NATO conference in Rome, Rogue Warrior Demo Dick gives a speech about Europe's vulnerabilities and the need to get serious about terrorism, ending with an impromptu demonstration, as he unmasks a plot to kill the conferees seconds before it begins. The former SEAL commander is then shanghaied to Sicily to help investigate the attempted theft of nukes from a U.S. base. Is the Mafia involved? Or is this the work of Saladin, a shadowy extremist trying to step into bin Laden's shoes? A high body count lends credence to both theories, but before Demo Dick can untangle the plot, his firm is hired to track down "shrinkage" in a courier operation in Asia, involving data and currency worth hundreds of millions of dollars. But he soon discovers the job is a trap to keep him from getting back to Rome in time to save the city from destruction.--From publisher description.
Authorized Access Point
Marcinko, Richard. Rogue Warrior--Holy terror
Authorized Access Point Variant
DeFelice, Jim, 1956- Rogue Warrior--Holy terror