The Warlord

The Warlord

Book - 2004
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Random House, Inc.
A fictional answer to Black Hawk Down, The Warlord is a pulsating military thriller set against today’s special ops war in Afghanistan.
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Meet three-star general, Jackson Monroe, a character very much based on four-star general, Colin Powell.

What would happen if a polished middle-aged man like Powell found himself shot down in the mountains of Afghanistan and surrounded by the enemy?

Can a “soft” political general who has spent decades inside the corridors of Washington now become a hardened survivor, killer, and commander inside a war zone?

Loosely based on Xenophon’s The Persian Expedition, The Warlord tells the story of former sniper Jackson Monroe (The Silent Men) a man who must follow and then lead a ragtag unit against adversary after adversary as they try to make their way across hundreds of miles of hostile territory.

Evading, feinting, fighting, and then avenging, Monroe finally finds the commando he once was and the commander he always wanted to be.

Baker & Taylor
Former sniper Jackson Monroe is shot down in the mountains of Afghanistan, and must find the resources within himself to be the commando he once was and lead his ragtag unit through hundreds of miles of hostile territory.

Baker
& Taylor

In an effort to promote his "heavy metal" wartime agenda, General Jackson Monroe, once the finest of military snipers, meets with Afghanistan's Northern Alliance warlords, a setup that turns into a deadly power play that leaves Monroe responsible for delivering his unit to safety.

Publisher: New York : Rugged Land, 2004
ISBN: 9781590710173
1590710177
Characteristics: 392 p. ; 24 cm

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