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Author: James Herbert
Publisher: New York : HarperPrism, [1997], ©1996.
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In World War II, the Germans drop a virus on London and most people die. A few are immune by virtue of possessing a rare blood group and become the target of gangs seeking a transfusion to save themselves. One of the immune, Nathaniel Hoke, an American pilot, organizes them to fight back. By the author of Portent.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Alternative histories (Fiction)
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Herbert
ISBN: 0061052930 9780061052934
OCLC Number: 36649088
Description: 280 pages ; 25 cm
Other Titles: Forty-eight
Responsibility: James Herbert.

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In World War II, the Germans drop a virus on London and most people die. A few are immune by virtue of possessing a rare blood group and become the target of gangs seeking a transfusion to save themselves. One of the immune, Nathaniel Hoke, an American pilot, organizes them to fight back. By the author of Portent.

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