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by Philip McCutchan

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ISBN:
0312114524
ISBN13:
978-0312114527
Author:
Philip McCutchan
Publisher:
St Martins Pr (April 1, 1985)
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Pages:
184 pages
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1872 kb
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1303 kb
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Rating:
4.6

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Intrepid naval Cameron once again finds himself dueling to the death with the implacable agents of the Axis powers.

Mr. McCutchan hasp published 100 novels and non-fiction works. This is the 10th in his "Donald Cameron Naval Thriller" series.

Right from the start the whole exercise seemed doomed. Mr. I received a copy of the book under promotion from the publisher. I categorize this novel as ‘R’ because it contains scenes of Violence.

by. McCutchan, Philip, 1920-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by sf-loadersive. org on August 19, 2011.

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Far up the Yangtze River, the European presence in Chungking is threatened with rebellion and massacre by the Chinese. With them and the crew, on the flagship "Halcyon," are a motley group of passengers.

Intrepid naval Cameron once again finds hinself dueling to the death with the implacable agents of the Axis powers show more. Format Paperback 259 pages.

Library Ed., ISIS Audio Books, 1999.

by Philip McCutchan Read by Christopher Scott. This is a work that is full of action, bloodshed, danger, somewhat flat British and French characters, and stereotypically arrogant Nazis. Library Ed.

Intrepid naval Lieutenant-Commander Cameron once again finds himself dueling to the death with the implacable agents of the Axis powers