Free eBook Hunter Killer download

by Patrick Robinson

Free eBook Hunter Killer download ISBN: 0434013110
Author: Patrick Robinson
Publisher: Gardners Books (April 30, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 420
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Size MP3: 1862 mb
Size FLAC: 1307 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Hunter killer patrick robinson contents author’s note cast of principal characters prologue . Other books by patrick robinson.

HUNTER KILLER PATRICK ROBINSON CONTENTS AUTHOR’S NOTE CAST OF PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS PROLOGUE CHAPTER ONE The black Cadillac stretch limousine moved swiftly around th.

Patrick Robinson is an outstanding story teller, The book keeps you on edge wondering what will happen next. Just completed listening to the abridged audiobook of Hunter Killer (by Patrick Robinson). Set in the current world, the plot is, unfortunately, not very believeable

Patrick Robinson is an outstanding story teller, The book keeps you on edge wondering what will happen next. He uses some of the same good guys and some of the old bad guy's, Some of the points he makes are a little off but close enought. Set in the current world, the plot is, unfortunately, not very believeable. It is a bit hard to get into a story where a Saudi prince secretly cuts a deal with the government of France to overthrow the king in return for exclusive rights to sell their oil on the world market.

LOCAL)THE WHITE HOUSEKathy Morgan, sitting at the wheel of their new Hummer, swung the civilian version of the . Army’s fabled Humvee straight into the West Wing entrance to the White House. to her sat her husband, Admiral Morgan, whom the guards saluted. Whenever the great man visited Pennsylvania Avenue it was like General Eisenhower returning to the beaches of Normandy. No one caused quite the same ripple of admiration. He said good-bye to Kathy, who was having breakfast with her mother at the Ritz-Carlton, and headed toward the main West Wing entrance.

Patrick Robinson is the author of seven international bestselling suspense thrillers, including Nimitz Class and Hunter Killer, as well as several nonfiction bestsellers. He divides his time between Ireland and Cape Cod. Библиографические данные.

On the other side of the globe, as the ferocious battle for the desert kingdom begins and the world's oil markets plunge into chaos, Admiral Morgan, former Security Advisor to the President, and Lt. Commander Ramshawe are summoned to the White House.

Blind greed and duplicity have forged an unholy alliance - between France's most able commander. and General Ravi Rashood, the Middle East's most virulent terrorist. The terrifying battle for a desert kingdom has begun, as the oil fields explode and the global economy is plunged into chaos

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A Crown Prince, enraged over the careless, destructive rule of the Saudi royal family, is determined to bring about its fall - and secretly enlists the aid of a powerful Western ally. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. Rising Storm (Warriors, Book 4).

Cast of principal characters. United States Senior Command.

Because my principal publishers are in New York and London, I have chosen to work, essentially, in miles, yards, and feet. In terms of weight I have stuck with pounds and tons, except where military and naval protocol requires something different in the area of missile warheads. Cast of principal characters.

Author: Patrick Robinson. Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers In. New York, 2005. Blind greed and duplicity have forged an unholy alliance - between France’s most able commander. and General Ravi Rashood, the Middle East’s most virulent terrorist. The terrifying battle for a desert kingdom has begun, as the oil fields explode and the global economy is plunged into chaos.

User reviews
Iell
Not a bad story line, but after reading almost every book Patrick Robinson has written, I find him to be ennamored by the british casr system. He obviously believes that “class eliteism” bestows the best character traits in a person, and that anyone born in a “low financial status situation” should not be “allowed” to rise up to the “elite” class. I got very wearyof reading this bigotry in his books.
Delalbine
Hard to believe how timely this book is right now with the world in chaos.
Kaim
Patrick Robinson is an outstanding story teller, The book keeps you on edge wondering what will happen next. He uses some of the same good guys and some of the old bad guy's, Some of the points he makes are a little off but close enought. I should know because I was in the US Navy for 28 years, 8 Years in the submarine service and most of the rest in under water demolition team and seal team. At 77 years old I do read a lot and Patrick Robinson is at the top of my lest along with W E B Griffin and Tom Clancy. Ya all have a great year.
Zugar
Enjoyable fast paced read
Fordrekelv
When I started reading this series I thought they were pretty good. Then as I got further in to the series I find that it is always the same or similar story line. Always the same scenarios and very repetitious in each single book. Descriptions abound about the same statistics of the cruise missile, the size of the sub etc. etc.
I actually stopped reading Mr. Robinson's books in the middle of "Hunter Killer" and went back to a different author.
Hulis
Just completed listening to the abridged audiobook of Hunter Killer (by Patrick Robinson). Set in the current world, the plot is, unfortunately, not very believeable. It is a bit hard to get into a story where a Saudi prince secretly cuts a deal with the government of France to overthrow the king in return for exclusive rights to sell their oil on the world market. In the book, the French just say, Sure, let's do it. Add a couple of French subs and poof, you have an overthrow.

Sorry, this ain't no Clancy novel in quality or story. It was short (5 CDs) and interesting when you ignore the main plotline. Not up to Robinson's usual standard for story quality. I'd pass on this one.
Tetaian
This is a very solid novel that reads like it is from the current news. The characters I found to be very real and authentic, and the dialog and pacing is great. The technical details are well researched. I highly recommend this novel. It also provides real background on what is going on in Saudi Arabia (the author discusses the dwindling wealth per person in the kindgom, and the extravagent lifestyle of the 35,000 princes who run the kindgom, which is increasingly unpopular). CIA sources have already predicted scenarios of this type occurring in the near future. Very solid novel.
Patrick Robinson has excellent research and the best possible consultants to ensure his books are credible. Plus, his writing style keeps you turning the pages!