Dogs of War (audiobook)

A Joe Ledger Novel

The Joe Ledger Series, book 9

Read by Ray Porter
17.8 hrs • 14 CDs • Unabridged
Fiction/Thrillers/Suspense
Target Audience: Adult
Release Date: 04/25/17
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- 04/25/17 9781427282958
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Summary

Dogs of War: Robots are no longer science fiction. Autonomous, programmed to react like animals: fast, relentless, deadly. From microscopic nanobots to massive self-guided aircraft. This technology is here, it’s accessible, and it’s dangerous. What’s even scarier is that almost anyone can get their hands on it.

A freelance terrorist uses the latest generation of robot dogs to deliver WMDs into cities across America. Sophisticated military weapons systems turn on their human masters. A technological apocalypse is coming and we may be too late to stop it.

Joe Ledger and a newly rebuilt Department of Military Sciences square off against this new and terrible threat. Dogs of War pits Joe against a merciless new enemy and an army of techno-terrorists in a race to prevent a global destruction.

Let loose the Dogs of War.

This program is read by series narrator Ray Porter.

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