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The Flying Porcupine by Richard Haligon
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The Flying Porcupine

by Richard Haligon

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At war's end, four Nazi Officers are tuning for their lives and a fortune in gold and diamonds. While a handful of RAF pilot are hell bent on stopping them.
Unfolded here is a heartstopping chase, as the Nazis hijack one of the most incredible aircraft ever made-the legendary Sunderland, a veritable flying fortress.
Now pursuers and pursued, charged with passions of greed, honor and revenge, join to fight their own small war in a final desperate flight across the sea.
Suddenly freedom and treasure beyond dreams become the stakes in this gripping yarn of adventure and intrigue. ( )
  dspoon | Jun 18, 2009 |
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