Using the knowledge of cutting edge technology, and the kind of military experience that make for great thriller writing, Harp has created a fast-moving and totally riveting thriller that will make Anderson Harp a leading name, like Robert Ludlum and Brad Thor, in the military/political thriller.
Previously AIRED March 12, 2014 at 4:00 PM (ET)
“Tense and authentic—reading this book is like living a real-life mission.”
—Lee Child, #1 internationally bestselling author of the Jack Reacher thrillers
“Want to see what the military’s really like? Harp knows his stuff. Retribution proves that the scariest story is the true story. Here’s the real intelligence operation.”
—Brad Meltzer, #1 New York Times author of The Inner Circle
“Retribution is just outstanding.”
—Douglas Preston , #1 bestselling author of Impact
About the Book:
The remote and impenetrable Pakistani mountains have offered refuge to the worst enemies of civilization since the time of Alexander. Now, the world faces a new challenge. Reared from birth to harbor a seething hatred, a lone man is about to unleash a firestorm that will rage for centuries. And the window of opportunity to stop him is shutting much faster than Washington D.C. can hope to deal with.
A top operator, Will Parker is embedded within the terrorists’ ranks to stop this catastrophic disaster. But with a nuclear core on its way to the U.S., Parker will go to any length to stop a devastating threat to the homeland, more lethal than anything the USA—and the world—has ever faced.
About the Author:
Anderson Harp served 30 years in the U.S. Marine Corps, rising through the ranks to become a Colonel. His stations included: the Pentagon, South Korea, Central America, the Persian Gulf, Europe, Camp Pendleton, the Marine Mountain Training Center, Fort Benning, Fort Sill, and Camp LeJeune. He has served as the Officer in Charge of Crisis Action Team for Marine Forces Central Command. His decorations include the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal and Navy Commendation Medal. As an officer in the Marine Corps Reserve, he was mobilized for Operation Enduring Freedom and served with MarCent’s Crisis Action Team. Anderson Harp lives with his family in Columbus, Georgia.