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Stalker Squadron

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U.S. Air Force Major Kate Walker, mother of three, is a top-notch fighter pilot who trained a squadron of super-stealthy drone warplanes called Stalkers how to fight. Dr. Truxel R. Thorn is a renegade computer genius whose synthetic neuron is the "brains" behind the Stalkers' amazing abilities.

Now Thorn has embarked on a personal vendetta against the President of the Unite
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ebook, 313 pages
Published June 11th 2012
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Christopher Kellen
Jun 27, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Stalker Squadron reads like a very good season of ’24′. It’s a techno-thriller with strong roots: characters which fit with the established expectations (an FBI agent, a mad scientist, a hacker, an ace pilot…? wait…) but who have genuine heart and make you want to read more about them. Agent Slade is no Jack Bauer, but that’s a good thing — though the character archetypes fit the standard mold, they stand apart with unique personalities and feel like action-movie versions of real people. I’ve re ...more
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