"Unleash the Eagle" is a sweeping novel about the War on Terror, from Afghanistan to Washington to San Juan. Can our heroes find the terrorist leader? Can they stop the terror of the weapon of mass destruction called Boguzai? Gary Quester, a Navy SEAL, loses his mother in the terrorist attack on the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. He vows vengeance against the terrorist empire. He is assigned to a special undercover operation in Afghanistan to find and kill the terrorist chief Osama bin Laden. In Afghanistan, Gary meets Krystal Karim, a beautiful half-Arab, half-Spanish woman to whom he is dangerously attracted. She leads him into a web of intrigue that includes a plot to carry out the largest and most destructive terrorist attack ever - an attack on Washington with weapons of mass destruction. The author explores the nature of Muslim terrorists, their motivations and their destructive deeds. This is a fast-paced adventure novel with one of the most unusual romantic stories readers will ever encounter.
Robert C. Power is a destroyer Captain who served with Naval Forces, Viet Nam during the year of Riverine Warfare in the Mekong Delta. He holds a Ph.D. in world politics. This is his seventh novel, a sequel to the action packed novels Quester, The Mud Fox and Black Dragon. Other novels by Robert C. Powers include The Wara Wa, a tale of the supernatural, Old House on the Island, a romantic adventure set in World War II, and The Perfect Season, a tale of the High School Gridiron. Robert C. Powers has traveled extensively around the world and brings his experiences into vivid focus in his exciting, well researched novels.