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Eric C. Anderson
ERIC C. ANDERSON, a retired U.S. Air Force officer, was a member of the intelligence community who served around the world, including postings in Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Hawaii, South Korean and Japan. A prolific author, his bibliography includes Take the Money and Run, China Restored, Sinophobia, the “New Caliphate” trilogy consisting of the novels Osiris, Anubis and Horus, and Byte, a cyber-thriller describing cryptocurrency’s potential for regime change.
Eric left the party too soon, on October 5, 2018. His literary achievements and clarion views of the challenges facing western democracies in the 21st-century are incalculable.
It’s a dilemma no Washington politician wants to confront: rescuing 5,000 Americans trapped in Baghdad. Taking on the challenge is a crusty Marine, an embattled Army officer, two Turkish spies and the ultimate cyber-warrior. Their enemy? An ISIS regime intent on carving out a new caliphate. Can they rescue an American embassy under siege by a weapon that even Washington’s military might can’t defeat?
As if the slaughter of thousands of U.S. citizens in Baghdad wasn’t enough – now the Caliphate has a new plan in the highly anticipated second installment of Eric C. Anderson’s “New Caliphate” trilogy. Anubis picks up where Osiris left off, on an incendiary mission of soldiers, spies, statesmen and sellouts, all thrown together to either save the world – or see it destroyed.
U.S. Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sergeant More and U.S. Army Special Forces Major Faheem are once more thrust to the front as the world braces for a hurricane of terror.
With the enigmatic American president dead, his hated political opponent about to be inaugurated, and ISIS attacking on multiple fronts, will America and her allies surrender to terrorists and withdraw from the Middle East? There’s only one way for More and Faheem to staunch the crisis—by calling upon More’s nemesis, the cyber-warrior ODIN. The clock is ticking as rivers of blood run through the capitals of Europe, Africa and North America.
The United States has barely recovered from the last round of terror in the streets—now an exhausted president must deal with the specter of nuclear horror. Horus concludes the thrilling “New Caliphate” trilogy begun with Osiris and Anubis, as megalomaniacs battle zealots and America is once again caught in the crossfire.
U.S. Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sergeant More and U.S. Army Special Forces Major Faheem had hoped to never see one other again. But alas, warlords and fanatics on the march in the Middle East have no regard for the plans of others.
With ISIS on its heels and the Caliph on the run, Turkish strongman Recep Erdogan seizes the opportunity to revive the Ottoman Empire. However, the Kurds refuse to get out of his way, poison gas is in play, the jihadi faithful have set Europe aflame, and somehow cyber-criminal ODIN has again found his way to a keyboard. More and Faheem join the fray, only to discover that the North Koreans have sold off nuclear cruise missiles to terrorists intent on using them. Can they somehow stop these madmen before mushroom clouds light up the world?
Former Air Force maintenance officer Jason Montgomery and his partner, Rob “Ski” Kalawski, have just hit the big time. China Air’s aging fleet of Boeing 777s desperately needs navigation hardware and software upgrades, a multimillion-dollar contract. Easy Street, right?
Wrong. The Japanese firm supplying the gear for the upgrade knows that the Chinese are looking to reverse-engineer their gear, creating a high-flying case of industrial espionage. To prevent this, they’ve implanted a deadly bug in their navigation upgrade package, to be triggered a the first sign of theft.
No longer just the middleman between corporations, Jason’s now caught between murderous Japanese and Russian mobsters, as well as a tattooed femme fatale executive, each trying to survive the other in a web of spin and profit from historic aviation disaster.
Final Flight is an eerily prescient tale from the forward-looking author of the ISIS-themed “New Caliphate” trilogy and cyber-thriller Byte, that will make you think twice before flying.
Her friends call her “Roller” because of her wheelchair, but the witty, wise-cracking, pistol-packing agent is better known at the CIA as “the Veterinarian.” She’s the woman dispatched to cage big dogs and bring the bits and bytes to heel.
When Roller’s superiors discover the balance of power between the U.S. and Russia is about to run off the rails, she’s called upon to head a cyber-strike team and face off with her arch-nemesis, a female hacker from the depths of the Dark Net. There’s $50 billion of oligarch money at play, bitcoins to intercept, and evidence of a surging cyberattack on global infrastructure that could kill thousands.
Some days it just doesn’t pay to roll into work.