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Publication Order of Baylon Rising Books

Babylon Rising (With: Tim LaHaye) (2003)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Rocket's Red Glare (1988)Description / Buy at Amazon
Purpose of Evasion (1990)Description / Buy at Amazon
Final Answers (1992)Description / Buy at Amazon
Red Ink (1994)Description / Buy at Amazon
Touched by Fire (1998)Description / Buy at Amazon
Come Spring (With: Tim LaHaye) (2005)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Best Christmas Gift (With: Tim LaHaye) (2005)Description / Buy at Amazon
Always Grace (With: Tim LaHaye) (2008)Description / Buy at Amazon
The German Suitcase (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Bridge of Lies (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Babylon Rising Books

Babylon Rising (With: Tim LaHaye) (2003)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Secret on Ararat (By: Tim LaHaye,Bob Phillips) (2004)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Europa Conspiracy (By: Tim LaHaye,Bob Phillips) (2005)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Edge of Darkness (By: Tim LaHaye,Bob Phillips) (2006)Description / Buy at Amazon

Greg Dinallo has written and produced over one hundred one-hour episodes for television. Greg has penned six movies for television, one screenplay from one of his novels, and has been employed by all of the major studios.

Greg writes thriller novels, the first, called “Rockets’ Red Glare”, of which was released in the year 1988. He has collaborated with Tim LaHaye on four novels.

“Rockets’ Red Glare” is the first stand alone novel, which was released in the year 1988. October 22, 1962, President Kennedy orders the US Navy to search every ship that is headed to Cuba. Over six tense days, the frightened world watches while the two most powerful nations of planet Earth move closer to war. October 28, under some intense pressure, the Soviet Union agrees that it will dismantle its bases. The Cuban missile crisis has ended. Or has it?

The year is now 1987, in Pensacola, Florida. Two naval officers from the Satellite Surveillance Group that have been tracking a Soviet Foxtrot class submarine see a mysterious VLCC supertanker, unknown identity. Theodor Churcher, a handsome millionaire industrialist, is hundreds of miles away in Houston, Texas and is taking off in his own private helicopter and on his way to a clandestine rendezvous with the Soviet sub in the Gulf of Mexico. Several days go by, and some kids playing on a beach in Louisiana discover an arm floating in the surf. The fingerprints are a match to Theodor Churcher’s. These are the final foreboding movies in a smart Soviet strategy that started with the Cuban missile crisis have just been set in motion.

Young Andrew Churcher, who is devastated by his dad’s death, goes off on a dangerous mission into the Soviet Union so that he can recover the stolen blueprints. These not only avert the nightmare currently happening, but might just cleanse his dad’s honor from the suspicion of treason. While he tracks the complicated trail of move and countermove, he is caught up in a violent power struggle between two different arms of Soviet intelligence. Churcher does not yet realize that he is going to be bait in a deadly Soviet trap.

“Purpose of Evasion” is the second stand alone novel, which was released in the year 1990. Seven Americans are currently in captivity somewhere within the Middle East. They are going to start dying off. Bill Keiley, Director of the CIA, authorizes Richard Larkin (a shadowy air force colonel) to carry out a stunning plan. Under a punitive air raid on Libya’s cover, Larkin is to deliver a pair of highly sophisticated F-111 bombers to Muammar el-Qaddafi, Libyan dictator. He claims that he knows where the hostages are and can put them in American hands. Larkin has to kill two American pilots in order to make the plan work.

While Larkin’s cynical plot is carried out, he makes a major mistake: Major Walter Shepherd, an American pilot marked for death, escapes. The longer Shepherd lives, the operation is vulnerable to being exposed. Larkin and Kiley come to a decision: Shepherd has to be found and killed. A group of assassins is sent out to find and terminate the fiercely independent air force pilot.

Shepherd goes out on a journey to save both his life as well as his honor, not aware that a top Navy SEAL team has been sent off on a mission to save all of the hostages. The tension builds to some unbearable levels while Nidal’s deadline to kill the hostages looms, and Shepherd is caught in the violent madness that is the Middle East.

“Final Answers” is the third stand alone novel, which was released in the year 1992. With the 58,176 names that are etched into the long black wall on the Vietnam Memorial in our nation’s capital, are the names of those that never came home. MIAs whose families still wait for the final answers.

A veteran, who is now a statistics expert, is on a business trip in Washington, and has an experience at the Memorial that shatters his carefully built life like a bomb. Touching the names that have been carved into the wall, he finds one that is very familiar to him. His own. A. Calvert Morgan is able to understand hard and cold numbers. How did his name get on the wall, he wonders.

Nancy, Morgan’s wife, does research that leads him to somebody named Kate Ackerman. Kate is married to a man that was listed as missing in action after he was shot down in Laos twenty years back. In that time, she has become a dedicated MIA activist and is a member of the National League of Families.

Morgan just thinks that he is part of some odd military snafu, somebody’s data entry error that was made in the field. Kate guides him over to the Army’s Central Identification Lab in Hawaii, he starts to realize that his so called death was no accident. Out in the war zone, another guy took his name and serial number for his own and got killed. Morgan learns that the guy impersonating him was not just some ordinary GI. He was actually a key player in a conspiracy that goes back to the poppy fields in Laos.

Morgan set off a deadly alarm. The drug lord is still in operation and has targeted him to be eliminated. Coming for Morgan, someone more comfortable with a computer than a handgun, the hit man kills somebody so brutally that Morgan’s life gets turned into a raging fight to survive.

From Southeast Asia in the nineties to the San Francisco mortuary that got the bodies of American servicemen during the war, Morgan is going into more violent territory. He is not alone on this trip, either. Kate Ackerman joins him when he goes to Thailand, hopeful that her husband is still alive, since his fate could be connected to those that target Morgan to be killed.

With all of Bangkok’s steaming nightclubs and its twisting brackish canals, the quest these two are on thrusts them into the jungle. Across the Mekong River, right into Laos, where they begin moving toward a rather brutal final answer to the mystery of all of the Vietnam MIAs.

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