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great story and never ending action.Jake Grafton at his best and the team head leads is top notch. Coonts a masterPublished on April 28 2014 by Ken
This book was written by Stephen Coonts after 9/11. He weaves a plot in which Middle East terrorists and a couple of disenchanted Vietnamese refugees buy or steal some old Soviet... Read morePublished on April 24 2004 by C W Breaux
In this book a rogue Russian General sells an Islamic extremist
group called the Sword of Islam four nuclear bombs. Read more
After reading Coonts so-so efforts over the years after The Flight of The Intruder I was begining to wonder if he would ever write another good book. Liberty is that book. Read morePublished on April 9 2004 by Cleo P. Northrup
I have read all of Coont's Jake Graften books and cannot believe that this book was written by the same author. What could be said easily in one paragraph takes a detailed chapter. Read morePublished on Feb. 21 2004 by Robert W. Johnson
LIBERTY is a shamelessly entertaining right-wing potboiler. Admiral Jake Grafton (Coonts' longtime hero) and his team are on the trail of nuclear warheads that terrorists plan to... Read morePublished on Feb. 15 2004 by Simon Crowe
Considering that movies rarely touch the quality of the book, much less exceed it, script writers should stay away from this. Read morePublished on Nov. 30 2003 by Joshua W. Ames
I thought that this was a great book. I gave 'America' a 5 start rating, and even though this was a good read, it wasn't quite at the level of 'America'. Read morePublished on July 10 2003 by B. S. Wilson