IN THE WAR OF TOMORROW, THERE’LL BE NO SURVIVORS! The Zone—a contaminated strip of Western Europe that is the battleground for mankind's final war. Ravaged by defoliants, experimental chemical weapons and deadly radioactive waste, the hyper-toxic wasteland promises certain death for those foolish enough to cross its boundaries. Only well-equipped combatants enter the battle-seared tract, and they do so for the sole purpose of adding enemy bodies to the piles of already-rotting corpses. As NATO Command struggles to thwart a devastating WARPAC bombing raid, a giant Russian transport barrels through The Zone, disgorging two hundred elite commandos on the outskirts of Frankfurt. Suddenly, and without warning, communication facilities are seized, industrial centers destroyed, and blood soaks the streets of what was once a NATO stronghold. With no one left to turn to, NATO Command points to Major Revell and his Special Combat Company, battle-hardened grunts hungry for action, to reclaim the city. They race from one hot spot to the next, often fighting amid masses of civilians. Mistakes are made, innocents die, and Revell's men find themselves seriously out-gunned by an insidious new breed of enemy from... The Zone.
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James Rouch has been a full-time author for thirty years. In that time he has had fourteen books published. Three of them are novels of the Second World War. TIGER, set in Northern France during the breakout from the Normandy beachhead. THE WAR MACHINES, set in North Africa and GATEWAY TO HELL, dealing with the fighting for Monte Cassino in Italy. They were all published in the UK and the USA by major publishers and all went to reprints with translation rights sold in Spain and many other countries. A series of novels entitled THE ZONE has comprised the rest of his output. Again on the subject of war their theme is an alternative near future where the Berlin Wall did not fall. Instead the cold war suffered meltdown. A war across Europe imploded, concentrating itself in a great contaminated swathe of territory slashed across the continent, a huge no-mans land, THE ZONE.
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