A Brotherhood of War Novel by W.E.B. Griffin
The series that began it all returns with a dramatic new adventure.
W.E.B. Griffin first made his name on the national scene with his Brotherhood of War series, eight novels featuring the lives and exploits of the men of the U.S. Army, and the women who love them, in a saga that quickly became a tremendous critical and popular success.
The last of the Brotherhoods was published in 1988, yet there was always one more story he wanted to tell - and this is it. Crag Lowell, Sandy Felter, Jack Portet, Geoff Craig, Robert Bellmon, George Washington "Father" Lunsford, Master Sergeant Doubting Thomas: they're all back in this dramatic new novel, Special Ops.
As the author takes his readers through the twists and turns of Special Ops, he spins a story of devilish cunning and thrilling adventure. Filled with crackling realism, rich characters, real heroes, and that special flair for the military heart and mind that has made Griffin's novels so popular for so long, Special Ops is storytelling at its finest: a welcome return for new fans and old.
2001, hardcover; 665 pages.
Condition: Very good/excellent. Minor handling wear, edge wear to dustjacket. Very small light gray blemish on edge of book (approx. 2/16" diameter). Inside pages clean and unmarked, spine slightly cocked. Binding attached to spine on left and right sides on top spine, attached completely on bottom spine. Book appears to have never been read.
1985, hardcover; 342 pages.
Condition: Very good. Edgewear, minor wear to dustjacket. Small bump to bottom left corner of book. Book appears to have never been read; pages clean and unmarked, binding tight, though slightly cocked.