African Dragon

African Dragon To gain access to the vast mineral wealth of the Democratic Republic of Congo China sends in disguised military advisors who will lead the People s Army of Congo against the seated government The US

  • Title: African Dragon
  • Author: David M. Salkin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • African Dragon

    To gain access to the vast mineral wealth of the Democratic Republic of Congo, China sends in disguised military advisors who will lead the People s Army of Congo against the seated government The US won t sit back and allow China to overthrow a pro western democracy, but also doesn t want open hostilities against China There s only one way to prevent another African wTo gain access to the vast mineral wealth of the Democratic Republic of Congo, China sends in disguised military advisors who will lead the People s Army of Congo against the seated government The US won t sit back and allow China to overthrow a pro western democracy, but also doesn t want open hostilities against China There s only one way to prevent another African war send in The Team.Chinese military advisors have helped build the PAC Army into a sizeable fighting force capable of taking down the government in Kinshasa The Chinese are also operating a mine, illegally searching for uranium and plutonium their real reason for being in the DRC With the clock ticking, the The Team is forced to take on an army that outnumbers them a thousand to one To some folks, it might sound like a suicide mission To these warriors, it s just another day at the office.

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    One thought on “African Dragon

    1. Richard L. Cooper

      Good seriesI hope the author continues this series. It had a lot of action and moved well. When is book 4 coming out? Loved it. Great author!

    2. James Autrey

      Want more of his books.Very good story teller, thrilling, hard to put down. One of the best books out of the 108 I have read this year.

    3. Walt Mccluskey

      African DragonCorny start but quickly transitioning into a somewhat more than believable tale with activities seen in that part of the world too often. The action once the main coup began was non stop and believable with the outcome in doubt from start to finish. Good ending.

    4. John Scheibelhut

      A story of an elite team that does bad things to bad people.A great story. Brings out the best of what teams do as well as the obvious dangers. Another saw some book by David M Salkin.

    5. Tina Marie

      War is hellBook 3 in this amazing series is bloody brilliant. (No pun intended) This mission has the team in the middle of the Congo, and trying to stop a coup. As always, full of nonstop action, heart pounding suspense, and heartbreak. At times I was laughing, the next in tears. Mr. Salkin truly knows how to draw in his readers. Make them feel like they are smack dab in the middle of the action. You feel like one of the members of THE TEAM. I love this series! You will to. Brilliant David M. Sa [...]

    6. Linda Goudreau

      Good book.Was a little hard to read as the African names were tough and I would stumble on the pronunciation of them and also some of the Chinese names and the cities, too. Could you add a chapter on how to say these tough names and cities? Other than that , the story was great, the chase scenes in the Capital city had my heart racing and I wished I could read faster. Really enjoying these military thriller books. Please keep them coming!!! Thanks, Amarillo Turtle

    7. April Joy

      The best of the groupThis was the best of the three, though all are excellent. Realistic chaos and coping with best of bad options. Fabulous characters. I already miss them.

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