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Mosquito Run By Richard H. Herman

Mosquito Run
by Richard H. Herman

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From the author of "The Warbirds", this is an aerial combat adventure. When Senator Courtland's daughter is kidnapped from her yacht to be traded as a hostage amongst the barons of a South-East-Asia drug cartel, he is forced to enlist the help of his greatest political enemy, the US President.
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Mosquito Run by Richard H. Herman

From the author of "The Warbirds", this is an aerial combat adventure. When Senator Courtland's daughter is kidnapped from her yacht to be traded as a hostage amongst the barons of a South-East-Asia drug cartel, he is forced to enlist the help of his greatest political enemy, the US President.

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Mosquito Run Reviews


"Thinking man's" thrillers that out-Clancy Clancy...Herman has a distinctive beat to his wickedly adroit military thrillers - Kirkus on AGAINST ALL ENEMIES

A credible and exciting plot with attractive characters and breakneck action, Herman's latest is a sure winner - Publishers Weekly on AGAINST ALL ENEMIES

Truly edge of the seat exciting - Dale Brown on FORCE OF EAGLES

This is the sharp end with vivid descriptions of air combat, the smell of hot oil and fear - The Times on THE WARBIRDS

About Richard H. Herman


Richard Herman is a former combat pilot who has flown over 200 missions himself. He retired from the US Air Force in 1983 with the rank of Major after serving for 21 years. He is the author of seven other technothrillers and is currently working on his ninth book, EDGE OF HONOUR. He now lives in Fair Oaks, California.

Additional information

GOR001391415
Mosquito Run by Richard H. Herman
Richard H. Herman
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Hodder & Stoughton
1993-12-09
512
0340588837
9780340588833
N/A
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