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The fighting agents : a men at war novel

Author: W E B Griffin; Alex Baldwin
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, ©1987.
Series: Men at war.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st G.P. Putnam's Sons edView all editions and formats
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It is early 1943. In the Philippines, a ragtag American guerrilla army battles the Japanese, under a most unusual commander. In Budapest, an agentmust keep two key prisoners from being interrogated by the Gestapo, his only choice to rescue them - or kill them. In Washington, an Army Air Corps captain suddenly finds himself assigned deep under the sea, his missionan improbable one involving submarines, supplies,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: War stories
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: W E B Griffin; Alex Baldwin
ISBN: 0399146121 9780399146121
OCLC Number: 664400681
Notes: Originally published: The fighting agents / Alex Baldwin. New York : Pocket Books, 1987, in series: Men at war ; 4.
Description: 311 p.
Series Title: Men at war.
Responsibility: by W.E.B. Griffin.

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It is early 1943. In the Philippines, a ragtag American guerrilla army battles the Japanese, under a most unusual commander. In Budapest, an agentmust keep two key prisoners from being interrogated by the Gestapo, his only choice to rescue them - or kill them. In Washington, an Army Air Corps captain suddenly finds himself assigned deep under the sea, his missionan improbable one involving submarines, supplies, arms, and gold. And in Cairo, an undistinquished pilot named Darmstadter wonders why in the world the OSS is interested in his services, only to find out in the most dramatic way possible - and become a hero in the process.

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