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Domino Theory (Rogue Warrior #16)

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When the Rogue Warrior travels to India to help supervise security arrangements for the upcoming Commonwealth Games, he and his team find themselves up to their skivvies in terrorists of all types--Pakistanis. But it’s not just the Games that are being targeted for disruption--Demo Dick and his young bucks uncover a plot to steal all seventy nuclear warheads the Indians ha ...more
ebook, 352 pages
Published May 10th 2011 by Forge Books (first published April 28th 2011)
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Good book, just a few spots where I felt like he was writing to a kid.
Alain Burrese
“Rogue Warrior: Domino Theory” by Richard Marcinko and Jim DeFelice is another in this action adventure series featuring Richard Marcinco, aka Demo Dick, aka the Rogue Warrior, and his band of elite warriors battling international terrorism. What starts out as a simple mission to help India beef up security for the hosted Commonwealth Games (something Red Cell is very apt at), becomes much more when the team finds themselves in the middle of a terrorist plot that could have world wide consequenc ...more
Christian Orr
Another fun "Rogue Warrior" adventure this time set in India. Plenty of the action, politically incorrect humour, and international intrigue that longtime readers would expect from a Marcinko book....but I gotta say, the Jim DeFelice co-authored novels aren't as fun as the ones ol' Demo Dick wrote with John Weisman. Among other things, the Ten Commandments of SpecWar and the Glossary are conspicuous by their absence. Also, while in every other Rogue Warrior novel, the villains (the organization, ...more
A good read not as good as previous Rogue Warrior titles but still an enjoyable read.
Bill Donhiser
Entertaining but not up to the standards of Tom Clancy, Brad Thor, WEB Griffin, et al. I have really enjoyed many of Jim Defelice's collaborations this was OK but there are better adventure books/writers out there. If you are looking for better Navy SEALS stories try Patrick Robinson.
Robert T.  Garcia
As always, a great quick read with plenty of action, gruff language, and lots of dead tangos has Mr. Marcinko has taught us these past decades.
I Salute you Mr. Marcinko in bringing these great adventures from your colorful and strong lived life.
Good read, strong formula for his style, but enjoyable. A little egotistically strong for my taste, but great action and decent characters.
I didn't care for Marcinko's writing style but I'll try one more to see if I will like it better.
Why do I continue to torture myself with this guy?
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