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by Gordon Davis

  • ISBN: 0553200348
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  • Author: Gordon Davis
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bantam Books (November 1981)
  • ePub book: 1897 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1299 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 560


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Book Binding:Paperback. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. All of our paper waste is recycled and turned into corrugated cardboard. Read full description. Bloody Bastogne by Gordon Davis (Paperback, 1982). Pre-owned: lowest price.

The Sergeant Bloody Bastogne. Published by Bantam Books, 1981. Condition: Near Fine Soft cover. ISBN 10: 0553200348, ISBN 13: 9780553200348. From Browse Awhile Books (Tipp City, OH, . Price: US$ 5. 0 Convert Currency.

The Sergeant (Gordon Davis). In the first book in the series, Death Train, which takes place in the summer of 1944, Mahoney is a US Army Ranger working behind German lines with the French Resistance, "maquis", to disrupt a rail-road line that will be essential to German troop and supply movement after the D-Day invasion on Omaha Beach. The book establishes Mahoney as a tough, career Army, individual, and an experienced combat veteran that had seen action since the initial US amphibious landings in 1942 at Morocco. Bloody Bastogne 1981, Bantam Books, Kensington Publishing, Corp.

Books tagged: gordon davies. When German bombs start ripping the town to shreds, Patton and Hilter begin the biggest massacre sending it rumbling toward its bloody finale in Bastogne. The Sergeant 9: Hammerhead by Len Levinson. Found 166 results (Try using more keywords). The Sergeant 6: Slaughter City by Len Levinson. Series: The Sergeant. Published: {{ 1446102000000 date:'longDate' }} by Piccadilly.

John Gordon Davis John Gordon Davis. A stirring and compelling story, full of adventure, set against the background of the move to freedom in Africa.

The sins of the past come home to roost in the New South Africa in the action-packed new novel from a master of the international thriller. The bestselling author of Hold My Hand I'm Dying and Roots of Outrage returns once more to the country he knows best – South Africa – for his heart-thumping new thriller, filled with political intrigue, courtroom drama and high adventure. In the face of opposition, hatred, violence and death, the gentler human feelings of friendship and love are nonetheless maintained.

1981) (The eighth book in the Sergeant series) A novel by Gordon Davis (Len Levinson). On a well-deserved R & R, Sergeant C. J. Mahoney of Patton's Hammerhead Division heads straight for a hot bar in the freezing Belgian town of Clervaux. A few drinks, a knife fight over a woman, and Mahoney lands in a cell.

History/World War II Fiction paperback


LoboThommy LoboThommy
Not bad but not as good as the other books in this series
Malodor Malodor
It certainly is not historically correct, but an interesting plot and characteristics fit within the time frame.
Mr.jeka Mr.jeka