The Red Line (Berkley Publishing Group, Penguin Random House)

“The best World War III Epic I’ve read since Red Storm Rising.” Grant Blackwood, New York Times bestselling author of Tom Clancy Duty and Honor.

“Riveting first novel…a must read.” Publishers Weekly boxed, starred review.

“Read Brilliantly.” John Batchelor, Nationally Syndicated Talk Show Host.

“You’re going to hold this book so tight you’ll leave thumbprints on the page.” Mark Leggatt, author of The London Cage.

“A superb political as well as military thriller.  The Red Line stitches an all-too-plausible doomsday scenario that pulls no punches in scoring a literary knockout.” Jon Land, USA Today bestselling author of Strong Cold Dead.

“Delta-Two, I’ve got tanks through the wire! They’re everywhere!”

World War III explodes in seconds when a resurgent Russia launches a deadly armored thrust into the heart of Germany. With a powerful blizzard providing cover, Russian tanks thunder down the autobahns while undercover Spetsnaz teams strike at vulnerable command points.

Standing against them are the woefully undermanned American troops. What they lack in numbers they make up for in superior weapons and training. But before the sun rises, they are on the run across a smoking battlefield crowded with corpses.

Any slim hope for victory rests with one unlikely hero. Army Staff Sergeant George O’Neill, a communication specialist, may be able to reestablish links that have been severed by hostile forces, but that will take time. While he works, it’s up to the hundreds of individual American soldiers to hold back the enemy flood.

There’s one thing for certain. The thin line between victory and defeat is also the red line between life and death.

Soon to be a major television event.