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ISBN:
0671891707
Author:
Ed Ruggero
Category:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pocket Books; 1st edition (December 1, 1995)
Pages:
390 pages
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1336 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. When a young second lieutenant apparently commits suicide, Major Mark Isen pursues an unofficial investigation that threatens to stain the reputation of the 82nd paratroopers and incurs the wrath of army golden boy Harlan Veir.

Pocket Books, 1995 - 390 من الصفحات. Another in Ruggero's estimable series (Firefall, 1994, et., this time with hero Major Mark Isen, a veteran of combat in three foreign campaigns, finding himself in dubious battle at a Stateside post. The reports out of Fort Bragg are detached and to the point: Second Lieutenant Michael Hauck, 82nd Airborne, spent a drunken night at a strip club, went out to his car for his nine-millimeter pistol, put it in his mouth, and pulled the trigger.

Another in Ruggero's estimable series (Firefall, 1994, et., this time with hero Major Mark Isen, a. . Indeed, the paratroopers appear to have closed ranks against Isen, perhaps at the instigation of Hauck's battalion commander, Lieutenant Colonel Harlan Veir, hailed as the US military's new breed of warrior in a Newsweek cover story.

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In a novel which Nelson DeMille calls fast-paced, sharp and savvy, Ruggero combines military grit with investigative suspense to create a supercharged thriller of conspiracy and cover-up. When the death of a soldier near Fort Bragg is ruled a suicide, Major Mark Isen unofficially investigates and discovers a connection to a deadly, off-limits world.

Ruggero is a first-rate storyteller, abetted by the vivid memories . Ruggero is a gifted storyteller who introduces us to some memorable individuals.

Ruggero is a first-rate storyteller, abetted by the vivid memories of the soldiers who lived through it. DENVER POST. Read an Excerpt from Combat Jump. Read an Excerpt from Duty First. Other Books: Fiction.

December 1996 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

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When a young second lieutenant apparently commits suicide, Major Mark Isen pursues an unofficial investigation that threatens to stain the reputation of the 82nd paratroopers and incurs the wrath of army golden boy Harlan Veir.
  • Jediathain
Excellent Suspense & Mystery, in a military setting! In the tradition of WEB Griffiths, David Poyers & others.
It's a very different scenario than prior Mark Isen books, but continuity of the same character.
Breaking Ranks is a great mystery, very engaging with a lot of suspense.
Having been an military officer, Ruggero KNOWS HIS STUFF ! ! The overall Good of the military, and some of the Bad.
Ruggero does as good or better a job of character and plot development, and setting and action description Griffiths, etc. Also, relatively realistic 'hero conquest' scenarios ("Deux ex machina"), more realistic than many of Griffiths', Poyers, etc.
  • Ramsey`s
Interesting but no combat, just informal investigation story within an 82nd airborne battalion of the army - boring!
  • Quamar
great read
  • Bodwyn
An excellent look into the machismo and secrecy of the Army's most famous Airborne Division. As a poor wing wiper (Air Force) assigned to Pope AFB smack dab in the middle of Airborne country, I can sympathize with the problems the main character, Major Isen, has to cope with. His descriptions of the area and its seedy nightlife as well as the conduct of many officers is completely realistic. I am surprised more Army personell weren't offended by this unflinching look into the last bastion of so-called "real" soldiers.