Lt. Commander Mollie Sanders: A Military Thriller
Praise for LT. COMMANDER MOLLIE SANDERS -- (a lieutenant commander in the U.S. Navy is equivalent to a major in the U.S.Army):
"This book is certainly full of action, a page turner, most entertaining and a quick read."--Joan A. Adamak
"While much of the story line about the lead character, Lt. Cdr. Sanders, stretches reality a little, it's fun reading. One of my favorite authors, James Patterson, stretches reality as well. As an X-Air Craft Carrier based veteran, I found the story fast moving and entertaining."--Brad Nelson
"Lt. Commander Mollie Sanders is a great read. She embodies the traits of Ziva of NCIS fame. A strong woman operating in a man's world. I can't wait for another book extolling the exploits of Mollie Sanders."--William G. Knapp
For those who love sea adventures (including submarines) and technothrillers:
Lt. Commander Mollie Sanders is a U.S. Navy officer who has striven to be the best even if it earns her enemies. A graduate of the Naval Academy, she is an electronic weapons officer tasked with coming up with new weapon designs.
When she gets assigned to an aircraft carrier as a Navy fighter pilot's backseater, a missile attack on her plane leads to a mission to try to save the port of Los Angeles from a suspected terrorist attack.
She must channel her overwhelming competitive drive in order to work as a team with other Navy personnel and the Coast Guards to find a needle in a haystack.
From there a twist in the mission takes her to Alaska, where the anti-missile defense site may have been compromised.
Next she bulldozes her way into being the first female assigned to a sub smaller than a boomer. She wants to be the one to test the new defensive weapons system she designed as the sub undertakes a reconnaissance mission to the hotly contested South China Sea.
She is unaware that her past is about to catch up to her present in a bizarre situation she could never have foreseen.
This U.S. Navy submarine sea adventure is a fast-paced thriller.
(Military note: Just as in the U.S. Army a lieutenant colonel is addressed as "Colonel," in the U.S. Navy a lieutenant commander is addressed as "Commander.")
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