Dan Fesperman (Author)
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DescriptionFrom the widely acclaimed author of The Prisoner of Guantánamo and The Double Game, an electrifying, timely, psychologically gripping descent into the hidden, expanding world of drone warfare. - "Timely and disturbing.... An exciting story, expertly told." --The Washington Post Book World
As an F-16 fighter pilot, Darwin Cole was a family man on top of his world. Now, he's a washout drunk, living alone in a trailer in the Nevada desert. Haunted by what he saw on the display of the Predator drone he "piloted"--an Afghan child running for her life--he reluctantly joins three journalists seeking to discover the identity of the anonymous, and possibly rogue, intelligence operative who called the shots in his last ill-fated mission. On the trail of this operative, Cole and his new allies will discover the dark heart of our surveillance culture, with connections to intelligence, to the military, and to the unchecked private contractors who stand to profit richly from the advancing technology...technology not just for use "over there," but for right here, right now.
Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
June 23, 2015
5.2 X 8.0 X 0.7 inches | 0.5 pounds
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About the Author
DAN FESPERMAN's travels as a writer have taken him to thirty countries and three war zones. Lie in the Dark won the Crime Writers' Association of Britain's John Creasey Memorial Dagger Award for best first crime novel, The Small Boat of Great Sorrows won their Ian Fleming Steel Dagger Award for best thriller, and The Prisoner of Guantánamo won the Dashiell Hammett Award from the International Association of Crime Writers. He lives in Baltimore.
"Timely and disturbing. . . . An exciting story, expertly told." --The Washington Post Book World"Smart and thoughtful. . . . Fesperman understands that in the brave new world of modern warfare, there are complicated questions with no neat answers." --The Wall Street Journal "A first-class thriller. . . . Unmanned reads as the real world of Edward Snowden pollinated with the fictional world of Dave Eggers's novel The Circle." --Financial Times