Book review RED METAL by Mark Greaney and Hunter Ripley Rawlings IV read online FREE! Click Here.
From the NY Times bestselling author of the grey Man series comes a startlingly realistic novel of war III.
A desperate Kremlin takes advantage of a military crisis in Asia to at the same time strike into Western Europe and invade geographical region in a very bid to occupy 3 lanthanide mineral mines that may provide Russia new management for generations over the world’s sophisticated sector.
Pitted against the Russians ar a Marine light colonel force out of a soft job at the Pentagon and thrown into the fray in Africa, a French division captain and his intelligence operative father, a young Polish feminine partisan fighter, associate A-10 swine pilot, and also the captain of associate yank tank platoon UN agency, along side a German sergeant, fight from behind enemy lines in Federal Republic of Germany all the means into Russia.
From a daring MiG attack on yank satellites, through land and air battles altogether theaters, armed service battles within the Arabian Sea, and little unit fighting all the way down to the close level within the jungle, Russia’s forces battle to either take the mines or detonate a nuclear device to forestall the West from exploiting them.