David Poyer mixes first hand experience with a gift for character and drama to create big, electrifying, realistic Navy thrillers. Now, Commander Dan Lenson takes over a dangerously dysfunctional ship-headed into the heart of the war on terror... A NEW KIND OF SOLDIER Around the globe, Navy crews train to fight missiles, planes, torpedoes and terrorism. But the Navy is being shaken from within, as women prepare for combat duty. On the Spruance class destroyer USS Thomas Horn, some men won't accept the females. Some are going to trust them with their lives... A NEW KIND OF WAR In the teeming waters of the Middle East, an innocent looking fishing boat could be a devastating suicide bomb. On shore, an American Muslim Naval investigator knows one of the world's most deadly terrorists is about to strike. And on Horn, Dan Larsen has fought to turn his ship around, fought a superior who wants him to fail and fought the forbidden impulses he shares with his beautiful exec. But for everyone on Horn, from SEALs to seamen, a moment of harrowing truth is coming. A long journey has brought the ship onto ground zero--as the enemy prepares to unleash a horrifying new weapon... "Plows fearlessly...Poyer's genius for description impresses on page after page. The vividness of his scene-setting grabs you." --Virginian-Pilot "[An] explosive climax." --ProceedingsPoyer, David is the author of 'Command ', published 2005 under ISBN 9780312991814 and ISBN 0312991819.