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War Heaven ebook

by M. Maloney


Mack Maloney is the author of numerous fiction series, including Wingman, ChopperOps, Starhawk, and Pirate Hunters, as well as UFOs in Wartime – What They Didn’t Want You to Know.

Mack Maloney is the author of numerous fiction series, including Wingman, ChopperOps, Starhawk, and Pirate Hunters, as well as UFOs in Wartime – What They Didn’t Want You to Know. A native Bostonian, Maloney received a bachelor of science degree in journalism at Suffolk University and a master of arts degree in film at Emerson College.

His assignment from the highest officials in the United States intelligence services meant breaking every rule in the book: take to the skies in his F-15X Strike Eagle jet on a do-or-die mission against the mysterious Aggressors who held the key to the deadly war games-and the long-forgotten Roswell Incident.

by M. Maloney (Author). Book 10 of 17 in the Wingman Series. America won all the battles and lost WW-III. Hawk Hunter, the hotshot pilot that was to be the next US Astronaut is instead scrambling hard to keep Freedom alive for everyone. This book takes place in Vietnam.

The world was left to wonder. Someone was killing America's top gun fighter pilots. The war games fought between "Friendly" and "Aggressor" forces high above an ultra-secret electronic battlefield in the American southwest were meant to simulate combat†yet American pilots were suddenly being lost at an alarming rate to real missiles and bullets.

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The Ghost War is the eleventh book of the Wingman series, which also includes Wingman and The Circle Wa. One fee. Stacks of books.

The Ghost War is the eleventh book of the Wingman series, which also includes Wingman and The Circle War. Sci-fi & Fantasy Thriller & Crime Military Sci-fi.

The Cold War was supposedly over. Or was it? USAF Colonel Ryder Long was a fearless right-stuff pilot who believed that rules were made to be broken. Best-selling author Mack Maloney (Brian Kelleher) has written many action-packed novels, including the Chopper Ops series, and the Starhawk series, as well as best-selling science fiction. He lives outside Boston, Massachusetts, where he is working on the next exciting adventure. Praise for Mack Maloney "In Starhawk, Mack Maloney has created a Champion of Justice.

With the opening round, the base at Da Nang came under a massive mortar and rocket bombardment. There were suddenly fires everywhere; smoke was obscuring the midday sun. Alarms bells and sirens were. ringing; people were scrambling to the system of hardened shelters. Long range artillery was booming all over, the chatter of gunfire filled the air. And in amongst it all, the angry sound of a jet engine screeching to life. Not two minutes after the firing had commenced, Hunter’s F-16XL was screaming down the main runway at Da Nang.

IN 1947, THE U.S. ARMY ANNOUNCED THE RECOVERY OF A FLYING SAUCER NEAR ROSWELL, NEW MEXICOâ?AND THEN DENIED IT. THE WORLD WAS LEFT TO WONDER. AND THEN THE WORLD FORGOT... Someone was killing America's top gun fighter pilots. The war games fought between "Friendly" and "Aggressor" forces high above an ultra-secret electronic battlefield in the American southwest were meant to simulate combatâ?yet American pilots were suddenly being lost at an alarming rate to real missiles and bullets. The Cold War was supposedly over. Or was it? USAF Colonel Ryder Long was a fearless right-stuff pilot who believed that rules were made to be broken. His assignment from the highest officials in the United States intelligence services meant breaking every rule in the book: take to the skies in his F-15X Strike Eagle jet on a do-or-die mission against the mysterious Aggressors who held the key to the deadly war gamesâ?and the long-forgotten Roswell Incident. For Ryder Long it could only end with the survival of a threatened America... or death in the bloody skies over the high-tech battlefield called... WAR HEAVEN.
fr0mTheSkY
A crazy read. Strange mix of truth and fiction. Wild plot twists, makes you wonder about the authors background. As Mack Maloney is a nom de plume, who knows great story.
Daigami
Found it to be an interesting story.
Lynnak
One of the best
Уou ll never walk alone
Imagine someone taking some of the most notorious conspiracy theories of all time and merging them into a single long narrative.

Start the story with the protagonist working on the set of a movie based on novels written by the author of the story you are reading. Have our hero join an elite group of combat-experienced pilots at a training facility - built by Disney at the military's request - that makes the NTC and JRTC seem like children playing war. Then yank the teams from this ultimate warfighter dreamland and have them collide with UFOs. As this is going on, snatch a few from time to time and tell no one where they went; in fact, inform the others their comrades are dead. Finally, layer on top of this chaotic maelstrom a rogue government organization, the objective of which is impossible to ascertain.

Along the way, Colonel Ryder Long - someone we first met in the equally innovative story `Thunder Alley' - will cross paths with characters as diverse as JFK, Elvis and the pilot who shot down the Roswell UFO as well as a monkey who has learned to light fires.

What happens at the end of the road? Well, you have to read the book, don't you?
Munimand
Part Tom Clancy like high tech thriller, part UFO conspiracy, and part....well I'm not certain how to describe it. But it involves government and nongovernment coverups. Lies within lies wrapped in enigmas. Faithful stereotypical heros....or are they? And typical scenery chewing black hatted villians...or are they?

War Heaven is a book that keeps you guessing. It feels like you jump all over the American southwest yet at the same time feeling as though you are in a small town of some kind (which you are in a sense) constantly encountering the same people again and again.

It starts off with many potential plots hanging wide open. It ends with even more. In the end, there are no easy, pat answers and if you are familiar with Maloney's other work (especially the Wingman series) you have to wonder just what the novel says about the nature of reality. Is Maloney saying that there is actually a universe out there where the Wingman ahd his world actually came about?

While I doubt a sequel would ever clear much up, I would love to read one.
Adokelv
In 1991, before Gillian Anderson became the unwitting pin-up of the UFO conspiracy, I picked this book up and it blew my mind. In War Heaven, Maloney's hero is asigned to compete in an extensive series of war games in a secret gov't base located in - you guessed it - Nevada. In a place called "Area-61" (to this day, Area-51 still dosn't sound right), a mammoth supercomputer manages every aspect of the simulation. Unbeknownst to the hero, a cabal of scientists and generals (when can these two ever gather w/o being a "cabal"?) is using the supercomputer for their own experiments on flying saucer debris recovered from places called "Roswell" and "Kecksburg" which I never heard of until reading this book. The plot is actually quite spare and disjointed, and Maloney's hero really has nothing to do with the UFO conspiracy as much as saving his girlfriend from it. Nevertheless, Maloney avoids simple solutions to his conspiracy theory and the theorists, and the explanation - which would be a dissappointment in other books - is actually a lot of fun here. In one of the best parts of the book, the Hero's girlfriend is treated to a tour of Area-61's museum, a sort of Ripley's Believe It Or Not, containing the usual suspects (Yeti's, not-so-dead presidents, and a Japanese snow-monkey caught in the act of inventing fire). One would wish that the story of War Heaven, the simulation and War Heaven the UFO conspiracy tract had any closer link than a few common charachters and locations. Also, I get the feeling that Maloney didn't really take his own work seriously. Not that he has to buy into the UFO subculture (and if he did, there's nothing wrong with that) only that War Heaven is a great story and I would have had a lot more fun with it if the author had done the same. The wargames part of the book actually offers up some fun possibilities. Since nobody dies (actually, in real life, there's always the possibility of injury through accident), it reads like an episode of the A-Team. Watch the skies, Fool!
THOMAS
If you want to read a book that you can enjoy, then this is it. it has humour, action, and conspiracy theories. The basic story line is a little far fetched. "War Heaven" is a 50/50 mix between Tom Clancy and Douglas Adams. I read this book while serving in Germany and I left it with my father when I was on leave. Now the book is lost and out of print. I really miss my copy of "War Heaven". I can only hope that it comes back into print.
The trouble with a high-tech thriller like War Heaven, is you want to share it with friends. Someone kept it --- its out of print --- all I have are great memories of a military superbook. The screaming "fireball" through the South was worth the read by itself. I can't believe they don't reprint. Next time I get a hefty deposit. I want this book!
War Heaven ebook
Author:
M. Maloney
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Genre Fiction
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Zebra (June 1, 1991)
Rating:
4.6
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