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Dale Brown

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Former US Air Force captain Dale Brown was born in Buffalo, New York. He was still serving in the US Air Force, where he was a navigator-bombardier, when he wrote his first thriller, Flight of the Old Dog. 

Genres: Thriller
Anthologies edited
Dale Brown recommends
Ambush At Osirak (1988)
(David Llewellyn, book 1)
Herbert Crowder
"Excellent... High-Tech action... Frighteningly realistic."
Rolling Thunder (1989)
(Wings of War , book 1)
Mark Berent
"Mark Berent writes with great authority and utter realism, immersing the reader in his characters' every sensation and emotion."
Fly-off (1999)
Bob Norris
"Bob Norris knows his air combat better than any other author I've read."
Acts of Vengeance (2002)
(Sam Maxwell, book 2)
Robert Gandt
"Gandt's combat scenes are excellent."
Executive Treason (2005)
(Scott Roarke, book 2)
Gary Grossman
"Intricate, taut, and completely mesmerizing, Gary Grossman's thriller Executive Treason is a hit! Grossman expertly blends together globe-spanning locations, well-researched technology, finely crafted narrative, and intriguing characters to create a virtuoso tale. Highly recommended."
Truth or Justice (2018)
(Max Kane, book 1)
Trevor Scott
"Akin to Ludlum and Higgins. . ."
Quantum Trigger (2019)
(Galactic Space Opera, book 1)
Trevor Schmidt and Trevor Scott
"Akin to Ludlum and Higgins. . ."

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