FORTUNES OF WAR opens with one of the action-packed sequences for which Stephen Coonts is famous--the assassination of the Emperor of Japan. A right-wing Japanese government trying to cope with economic depression and foreign competition has opted to solve its problems by helping itself to the vast natural resources contained in the Siberian wilderness. The murder of a reluctant emperor is the first step on that road to conquest.
Stephen Coonts' novel, FORTUNES OF WAR, published by St. Martin's Press, is set in the year 2008. A defenseless Russia which has destroyed its nuclear warheads in return for foreign aid appeals to the United States for help in fending off the Japanese attack.
This autographed book is certain to become a collector’s item. Stephen Coonts is the author of fifteen New York Times best selling books, which have been translated and published around the world. A former naval aviator and Vietnam combat veteran, he is a graduate of WVU and University of Colorado School of Law. He is a member of AOPA and contributing writer for AOPA Pilot.
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