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Tiger's claw / Dale Brown.

By: Brown, Dale, 1956- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Corsair, 2013Description: xxv, 400 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781472107312 (paperback); 1472107314 (paperback).Subject(s): McLanahan, Patrick (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Air pilots, Military -- Fiction | Air warfare -- Fiction | United States -- Foreign relations -- China -- Fiction | China -- Foreign relations -- United States -- FictionGenre/Form: War stories. | Thrillers (Fiction)DDC classification: 813.6
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Originally published: New York: William Morrow, 2012. -The fight for the Pacific begins when China increases its naval presence in the Pacific and develops advanced weapons technology that targets American ships with lethal accuracy, that imperils American military superiority. Can the United States, in the wake of an economic recession and decreased military spending, compete with its cash-rich Chinese enemy? This question can be answered only when U.S.-China tensions blow up in an epic battle for supreme dominion of the Pacific. -Also issued online.
Summary: After he and his team refurbish America's aging weapon systems, Patrick McLanahan heads to Guam to oversee strategy which causes the Chinese to take the offensive, launching a preemptive strike on a small American fleet that ignites a battle for the Pacific.
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The latest techno- thriller from the New York Times bestselling author Dale Brown: 'Dale Brown is the best military adventure writer in the country.' Clive Cussler

Originally published: New York: William Morrow, 2012. -The fight for the Pacific begins when China increases its naval presence in the Pacific and develops advanced weapons technology that targets American ships with lethal accuracy, that imperils American military superiority. Can the United States, in the wake of an economic recession and decreased military spending, compete with its cash-rich Chinese enemy? This question can be answered only when U.S.-China tensions blow up in an epic battle for supreme dominion of the Pacific. -Also issued online.

After he and his team refurbish America's aging weapon systems, Patrick McLanahan heads to Guam to oversee strategy which causes the Chinese to take the offensive, launching a preemptive strike on a small American fleet that ignites a battle for the Pacific.

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