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The Seventh Carrier by Peter Albano1
Second Voyage of the Seventh Carrier by Peter Albano2
Return of the Seventh Carrier by Peter Albano3
Quest of the Seventh Carrier by Peter Albano4
Attack of the Seventh Carrier by Peter Albano5
Trial of the Seventh Carrier by Peter Albano6
Revenge of the Seventh Carrier by Peter Albano7
Ordeal of the Seventh Carrier by Peter Albano8
Challenge of the Seventh Carrier by Peter Albano9
Super Carrier: The Ultimate Secret Weapon by Peter Albano10
Assault Of The Super Carrier by Peter Albano11

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Set in a present day world where modern weapons have been rendered useless by a Chinese satellite system run amok, the WWII Japanese carrier and her fearsome band of Samurai are the free world's best hope from tyranny. Largely centered on the character Brent Ross - The American Samurai, and the Japanese officers of the aged aircraft carrier Yonaga

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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