Présentation de l'éditeur
On September 11, 2001 five terrorists storm his cockpit.
Flint Wolfe fought off the terrorists and landed his plane, saving his passengers and thousands on the ground. The Only thing is, no one ever heard about it, because the CIA decided he’d make the perfect “fireman.” Flying worldwide as an airline pilot Wolfe can take care of “problems,” both foreign and domestic.
Wolfe wants to refuse, but the terrorists come after him and his kids, forcing him to join the Company. Under the guidance of the beautiful Iranian borne operative Yasmina Orani, Wolfe plunges into a shadowy world of espionage and terrorism. He’s on the trail of Marwan Hamdi, a brilliant bombmaker who is at the center of a plot to destroy the Eastern Seaboard of the United States. Hamdi has problems of his own. His daughter is going to school in New York, and she’s becoming very much like her Western educated mother—independent, with delusions of a career and her own life! His father is old school, but somehow he’s thankful for the opportunities of the West and appreciative that he can worship in peace. Hamdi cannot let the “westernization” of his people spread! He leaves a trail of devastation from New York to Seattle, Denver, Paris and the Canary Islands where Wolfe catches up to him. Now the Wave of Allah will wipe the slate clean! Can Wolfe stop his rampage or is it too late?
To learn more about Flint Wolfe go to www.dragons-and-dreadnoughts.com or visit the author's blog at www.christopherlanderson.wordpress.com