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  • Author:
    Dale Brown
  • ISBN:
    0553580000
  • ISBN13:
    978-0553580006
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  • Publisher:
    Bantam; Reprint edition (April 6, 1999)
  • Subcategory:
    Action & Adventure
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New York Times bestselling author Dale Brown pits men and technology against impossible odds, in vividly realized stories.

Only 12 left in stock (more on the way). New York Times bestselling author Dale Brown pits men and technology against impossible odds, in vividly realized stories. Now, in his eleventh novel, he brings aerial combat hero Patrick McLanahan out of retirement and plunges him into the most personal war he's ever fought. His old enemy Gregory Townsend has come to America to ignite a reign of terror that will sweep across the nation. The police and the government seem powerless to stop him.

Patrick McLanahan Series. 23 primary works, 26 total works. Book 1. Flight of the Old Dog. by Dale Brown. Shelve The Tin Man. Want to Read.

Patrick McLanahan (series by Dale Brown) 2. Flight of the Old Dog, a New York Bestseller is the first book in the Patrick . Flight of the Old Dog, a New York Bestseller is the first book in the Patrick McClanahan book series. In this book, the author Dale Brown introduces the reader to Captain Patrick Mclanahan, who works as a flight navigator. We are also introduced to another significant character, General Elliot, who is the man in charge of the dreamland projects. These two characters work on an exceedingly important mission in the story.

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New York Times bestselling author Dale Brown pits men and technology against impossible odds, in vividly realized stories. And one of the first casualties in this war is a rookie cop-McLanahan's brother.

The Patrick McLanahan book series by Dale Brown includes books Flight Of The Old Dog, Night of the Hawk, Sky Masters, and several more. Dale Brown.

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The master of military adventure creates the ultimate one-man army....New York Times bestselling author Dale Brown pits men and technology against impossible odds, in vividly realized stories. Now, in his eleventh novel, he brings aerial combat hero Patrick McLanahan out of retirement and plunges him into the most personal war he's ever fought.His old enemy Gregory Townsend has come to America to ignite a reign of terror that will sweep across the nation. The police and the government seem powerless to stop him. And one of the first casualties in this war is a rookie cop--McLanahan's brother.McLanahan has plenty of experience in war. And so does arms expert Jon Masters. Using Masters's deadliest weapon yet, McLanahan becomes a one-man army, known on the streets as the Tin Man. But this time, technology is a double-edged sword--and his war of revenge may destroy McLanahan himself... and everything he stands for.

Gldasiy
This is a good read in the tradition of McLanahan stories. But for a smart guy with the experiences he has had, he makes some really dumb moves that seem out of character regardless of the situation that has evolved. Other than these contrived instances, the story moves well and as usual the technology takes over so that every thing works out. However, jumping into revolving helicopter blades seems a bit far fetched even with the protective suit. The torsional energy received from hitting those blades would cause sever momentum damage that was not considered. The tech stuff is good but there should be some attention to physics nonetheless.
Centrizius
Not what I Was expecting. I looked up the chronological order for this series and this was the next book. I did enjoy it and it was a quick read but it had nothing to do with Patrick and flying. I guess I needed to do more research. It certainly followed Patrick's journey but I prefer is "flying" novels. I don't regret reading it and I have already purchased the next book in the series.
Yla
The story was not meant to be a comedy, but I found myself more often amused than intrigued. The hero is a Brigadier General after 18 years in the Air Force. Really?? How was that accomplished, because he is so smart? Mostly he seems clueless. So, that's unrealistic.
It was 1/2 way through the book before the story really started. Too much character developement. Mostly a dull read.
Quttaro
Well written . Good story line and flow. Several of the characters can be found in real life. Well Done to the author.
Mojind
I love Dale Brown, and about all of his books, but I honestly had to go back and check to see if this had a co-author. The dialogue (of which there is a ton) just didn't seem up to his normal standard. But over all, it's part of the series, and it's a way to find out how things got to later books.
Truthcliff
Awesome series

Great series of books from an awesome author. I always highly recommend any of his books to all
Shak
Reading this series again. I first read the Dale Brown book about 25 years ago. I am now reading the (Patrick McLanahan) starting with book #1. There have been many new books added. When I am finished with this series Dreamland series is next on my list. Good READ'S
This book was a really good read. Once again mclanaghan meets up with an ultimate bad guy. The bad guy commands the meth trade in Sacramento, and then he does. Xxxx things to the bikers he was partnered with. Then he does more and still more.