Book Review: ‘Eagle Station: A Brad McLanahan Novel’ By Dale Brown Is The Next Thrilling Story In The Series

by | May 14, 2020 | Books | 0 comments

Author Dale Brown is back with book number 24 in his Patrick/Brad McLanahan series. This latest book is a non-stop action thriller. It takes the reader on a ride right from the beginning and never lets up. Dale is the king of this genre and these books each time out manage to top the previous book. A great novel to kick off your summer.

After the events of the last book where the US took down the Russians in a big way they’re wanting revenge. They have formed a secret alliance with the Chinese. The Americans are kicking both countries asses when it comes to technology, weapons and defense. The US is pushing it against the Chinese in their own waters. The alliance between the Russians and Chinese is to take the moon before the US can (they have plans to go there) and show the United States they’re supreme.

They build a secret base on the far side of the moon that’s undetected by the US because they don’t have a lot of satellites left in space. They know that they’re up to something. With the help of Space Force and Iron Wolf Squadron a plan is devised by Brad McLanahan to get to the moon and see what they are up to.

The battle has been taken to space now and it leads up to a thrilling climax between the US and the Russian/Chinese forces that is uncharted territory for both. Brad and Nadia who are now married volunteer to fly there in a newly made ship and it may be the end of their marriage just as it is beginning.

You can pick up Eagle Station in stores on Tuesday, May 26th from William Morrow.