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Victory: Into the Fire by Coyle, Harold; Robbins, Harold

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Condition
Good
ISBN
037145006994
Format
Paperback
Publication Year
2004
Language
English
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
ISBN-10
0812561686
binding
Mass Market Paperback
manufacturer
Forge Books
Number Of Pages
320
Publication Date
2004-05-16
Release Date
2004-05-04
brand
Forge Books
ean
9780812561685
Author
Victory: Into the Fire by Coyle, Harold; Robbins

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Victory: Into the Fire by Coyle, Harold; Robbins, Harold



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Author: Coyle, Harold, Robbins, Harold, Pineiro, R. J.

 

Harold Coyle takes us to the fierce fighting in the Pacific, where the Japanese and the Americans clash over a strategic airfield on the island of Guadalcanal. Their battlefield will earn the nickname Bloody Ridge from both sides. Harold Robbins takes us back to a time when victory could be had on the Normandy beaches if a relunctant hero managed to stop the Master of Europe?-with his blood. R. J. Piniero brings the Eastern Front to light as a young American pilot is ordered to train Russian pilots in the new American-made P-39D Aircobras during the final months of the brutal battle of Stalingrad in the winter of 1942.