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Flight Of Eagles

Author: Jack Higgins; Patrick Macnee
Publisher: Dove Audio. 1998.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook : No Linguistic Content : Unabridged.; Abridged (2nd copyView all editions and formats
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Twin boys Harry and Max Kelso are separated at the age of twelve when their parents divorce, leaving Harry in the U.S. with his father and sending Max to live in Germany with his mother, but the two meet again in the early days of World War II, this time as pilots on opposite sides of the conflict.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Jack Higgins; Patrick Macnee
ISBN: 0787117072 9780787117078 0787117056 9780787117054
OCLC Number: 416140872
Notes: Unabridged.
Performer(s): Performed by Patrick Macnee.
Description: 8 audiocassettes, 10.5 hrs., 1998. 4 audiocassetes 7 hrs 1 7/8 ips (2nd copy)
Contents: It is the early days of World War II, and two brothers find themselves on opposite sides. Max and Harry Kelso were born in the United States of a German mother and an American father. They were separated as boys when their mother took Max with her to Germany. ..but neither could possibly predict the extraordinary circumstances under which they are about to meet again.
Responsibility: by Jack Higgins

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Twin boys Harry and Max Kelso are separated at the age of twelve when their parents divorce, leaving Harry in the U.S. with his father and sending Max to live in Germany with his mother, but the two meet again in the early days of World War II, this time as pilots on opposite sides of the conflict.

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