|Code Zero: Shots Fired! (1983) [Novel]|
by Jonathan Cain
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Series: Saigon Commandos
(From the publisher):
For Sergeant Mark Stryker it was a normal day in "Nam. The Saigon streets were littered with the usual human garbage -- the murderers, deserters, hustlers, Cong sympathizers, embittered bargirls -- then the call came in. It always started the same way; an MP radioed for help and units throughout the area responded.
This time the call was a Code Zero; shots fired. Nothing the men of the 716th couldn't handle -- until the phantom chopper appeared out of nowhere, cutting down anything in its path like a giant enraged dragonfly, rocketing the sides of buildings where unsuspecting families sat huddled together. And when it was all over, the innocent lay dead, an MP was missing, and a high school ring was found on the hand of a well-done corpse.
Stryker was god mad as he surveyed the human wreckage; it was time he paid the enemy a personal visit with the Saigon Commandos.
Original title: Code Zero: Shots Fired
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Military and Naval Adventure
Fiction→ Adult/Mature Content