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A Dawn like Thunder (1996)

by Douglas Reeman

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For Helen Fraser, my publisher and dear friend.
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Waiting was the worst part. Everybody said so.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0330341952, Paperback)

In the last two years of the Second World War the conflict in Southeast Asia was, unlike Europe and Africa, increasing in savagery. This book tells of the Special Operations mission off the Burmese coast - a mission that required volunteers with nothing to live for, or everything to lose...

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The human torpedo, or chariot, is the ultimate weapon in a war, and only men of extreme courage or recklessness volunteer for the Special Operations missions requiring its use. Reeman has also written 22 novels under the pseudonym Alexander Kent.

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