In his third and final installment, commander James Mitchel once again sails the ocean onboard an American warship.
When Mitchel learns of a mysterious cargo on board the North Korean freighter, Dai Hong Dan, the destroyer, James E. Williams, sails to intercept. Before the Williams can reach the North Korean ship, they are seized by Somalian pirates in the waters where U.S. and NATO warships have been patrolling off the Horn of Africa for years now in an effort to stop piracy.
As the suspicion of a very dangerous cargo aboard the Dan rises, Mitchel and his colleagues take us on a thrilling ride where danger and the threat of nuclear war are imminent.
The Mogadishu Encounter is the latest and last adventure in the James Mitchel trilogy. A military and political thriller inspired by true events.
Clinchandhill again brings together fact and fiction, drama, and dialogue that will keep the reader tied to the book from beginning to end.