If you read best-sellers or remember when we got Bin Laden, then you’re familiar with the work of Don Mann. A longtime platoon member, assault team member, boat crew leader, and advance training officer, Mann has been working with the SEALS for thirty years, and until 1998 was on active duty with SEAL Team Six (the ones who got Bin Laden). He also wrote the captivating memoir Inside SEAL Team Six, and has now, between his fighting terror in the Middle East and continued SEAL training, written a new novel. Out today from Little, Brown, Hunt the Scorpion follows a fictional SEAL Team Six that’s called upon to recover a nuclear device from terrorists. Told in sparse, informed prose, Hunt the Scorpion is a page-turning thriller that’s also a rip-roaring good time. —COLE LOUISON

If you read best-sellers or remember when we got Bin Laden, then you’re familiar with the work of Don Mann. A longtime platoon member, assault team member, boat crew leader, and advance training officer, Mann has been working with the SEALS for thirty years, and until 1998 was on active duty with SEAL Team Six (the ones who got Bin Laden). He also wrote the captivating memoir Inside SEAL Team Six, and has now, between his fighting terror in the Middle East and continued SEAL training, written a new novel. Out today from Little, Brown, Hunt the Scorpion follows a fictional SEAL Team Six that’s called upon to recover a nuclear device from terrorists. Told in sparse, informed prose, Hunt the Scorpion is a page-turning thriller that’s also a rip-roaring good time. —COLE LOUISON

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