Warriors Publishing Group Announces Release of Dale Dye's "Chosin File"

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Nuclear saber-rattling in North Korea has created international palpitations and some unlikely partnerships in an effort to keep communist loose cannons from causing a war that no one wants and everyone fears. Shake Davis returns in the popular "File" series of novels by Dale A. Dye, author of "Laos File" and "Peleliu File."

Chosin File by Dale Dye

Chosin File by Dale Dye

"Capt. Dale Dye has done more than any other man alive to influence the way that America (and the rest of the world) views the U.S. military." --Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, USA (Ret.)

Warriors Publishing Group proudly announces the release of a new novel by noted author Captain Dale Dye USMC (Ret.). The new book titled “Chosin File” is the third in the Gunner Shake Davis series that has become wildly popular among fans of military-themed thrillers. Many of Dye’s colorful characters are back in the new book, which involves development of a deadly new techno-weapon by North Korean die-hards bent on destruction of western electronic infrastructure. Shake Davis and his allies must return to the infamous Chosin Reservoir where a generation of Marines fought hordes of Chinese soldiers during one of the most desperate battles of the Korean War. While they are on the dangerous trek through the snow-covered mountains in freezing temperatures, the North Korean Supreme Leader dies and the entire free world goes on high alert to see what will happen next. As usual in Dye’s technically accurate depictions, there’s a wild final battle that will keep readers rapidly turning the pages of “Chosin File” as they did with his two previous books in the series, “Laos File” and “Peleliu File.”

“Chosin File” is available in paperback from Warriors Publishing Group (http://www.warriorspublishing.com) or from Amazon. Contact us for review copies and interview requests.

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