This thriller revolves around the secret mission of a team of US Air Force. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
1991) A novel by David Mace. This thriller revolves around the secret mission of a team of US Air Force pilots trying to discover whether the Russians have invented a radar-invisible plane. Used availability for David Mace's The Shadow Hunters. August 1993 : UK Paperback.
This thriller revolves around the secret mission of a team of US Air Force pilots trying to discover whether the Russians have invented a radar-invisible plane. The author has also written "Demon-4", "The Highest Ground", "Nightrider" and "Frankenstein's Children".
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Shadow Hunters: NTW. Author : David Mace.
David is a mundane in New York who met Magnus Bane during the citywide blackout of 1977. During the blackout, David joined the festivities in the West Village. On the sidewalk, David spotted Magnus dancing and offered him a martini, which Magnus accepted.
born Sheffield, South Yorkshire: 1951. Demon-4 (London: Granada, 1984). Nightrider (London: Granada, 1985). Fire Lance (London: Grafton, 1986). The Highest Ground (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1988) The SFE gallery of book covers now has more than 10,000 images: this one seemed appropriate for the 10,000th. To quote fro. ontinue reading →.
Gregory David Roberts’s Shantaram was an unlikely publishing sensation. Literary purists scoffed at its purple prose; Indian (and many other) readers bristled at its stereotypes and cultural simplifications. The book nonetheless possessed a grittiness and vividness that helped Roberts sell four million copies around the world. Hollywood rights were scooped up (though a film has yet to be made). The book has gone on to occupy a distinctive - and deserving - place in an emerging genre of Bombay noir. The Mountain Shadow, Roberts’s second novel, appears more than a decade later