Wings of steele book 4

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wings of steele book 4

Wings of Steele Series by Jeffrey Burger

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Published 29.01.2019

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Wings of Steele Series

If it's just us, it seems like an awful waste of space. The planet's mineral resources notwithstanding, the most viable commodity on the planet is it's people and the best way to control them is a one world government. But with the arrival of Jack Steele's, Task Force Lancer, the alien operatives are desperate for a way out and will stop at nothing to prevent their capture. A global nuclear war threatens the very survival of humanity and the existence of Earth, prompting a spy-vs-spy game of cat and mouse, forcing Jack Steele to play an entirely new role No one knows what they are capable of until they are pushed to the breaking point

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Both are equally terrifying. Book one in the Wings of Steele series, Destination Unknown is an epic science-fiction adventure that reaches from the surface of our familiar planet and the safety of terra firma to the dark, vast expanse of deep space and distant star systems. Jack Steele is an ex-big-city cop that left the department after losing a friend in the line of duty. Recovering from a tough divorce, he reinvents himself with a love of flying and restructures his life as a pilot for hire. Accompanied by his ever-present German Shepherd, Fritz, Jack will fly almost anything anywhere, shuttling new and used planes for clients all over the world. He had never been a Boy Scout, but he is a man who likes to stay prepared and in control of whatever life throws at him. But nothing could have prepared Jack and his copilot for how life suddenly goes drastically and violently sideways, in a direction and magnitude that no one could have ever anticipated.


  1. Estelle J. says:

    Some of the best character development I have seen in my 76 years of reading science fiction.

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