6 edition of Acts of war found in the catalog.
Acts of war
|Statement||created by Tom Clancy and Steve Pieczenik|
|Series||Tom Clancy"s op-center 04|
|Contributions||Pieczenik, Steve R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||685 p. ill.|
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Acts of War: Behavior of Men in Battle Paperback – August 4, by Richard Holmes (Author)Cited by: Acts of War is the first novel of the Usurper's War series, which charts a very different World War II.
As young men and women are forced to answer their nation's call, the choices they make and risks they take will write a different song for the Greatest Generation.4/5().
Act of War by Brad Thor strikes at the heart of the reader and creates a novel of good versus evil. A merciless fictional view of terrorism groups designed for destruction, creates an empathy reminiscent of the aftermath belonging to the 9/11 attacks. These historical /5(K).
Act of War by #1 New York Times bestselling author Brad Thor is the thirteenth book in the Scot Harvath series, and is an engrossing military thriller in which United States planted a NOC secret agent in China to spy on suspicious activities that could threaten its security/5.
Based on extensive interviews and numerous government documents released through the Freedom of Information Act, Act of War tells the riveting saga of Bucher and his men as they struggled to survive merciless torture and horrendous living conditions set against Cited by: 2.
Written by Jeff Rovin, but named for Tom Clancy, Acts of War is the fourth book of the Op-Center series which sees a well-planned attack by Kurdish militants send Turkey and Syria on the verge of war as the action spans from Eastern Turkey to the streets of Damascus and the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon/5.
There were rusted pails of live crabs, buckets of eels, and shallow bowls of water filled with fish. Men and women haggled over oranges and peppers, raw pork and chicken.