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Delta Connection

by Hammond Innes

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From the Danube Delta of the Romanian ports on the Black Sea to a high adventure -- really Khyber Pass and into the fastnesses of the Pamirs high -- and with a strong-willed dancer from the orphanage who believes she is a Sultan's princess. With Khazars.

Hammon Innes was born in 1913 in Sussex and this book can be described as historical fiction because of the dead accuracy of detail.
  keylawk | Apr 19, 2013 |
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To KEN and MARY real friends are beyond price
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A desperate escape from Romania after the fall of the Ceausescus... a violent introduction to the new rules of warfare on the borders of Afghanistan... then an icy struggle for survival among the world's highest mountains... Death follows those who seek beyond the 'Delta Connection' - searching for something closely guarded in the most dangerous region on earth… (more)

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