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Drop Zone by Robert Tine
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Drop Zone

by Robert Tine

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THEY KILLED HIS BROTHER.
THEY STOLE HIS PRISONER.
NOW U.S. MARSHAL PETE NESSIP IS GOING SKYDIVING.
It was the most daring jailbreak in history--snatching a federal prisoner from a 747 at 38,000 feet. Only the best skydivers in the world could have pulled it off. The authorities think the team is dead. An impossible jump, they say. No one could survive it.

But to U.S. Marshal Pete Nessip--who watched them kill his brother and steal his prisoner--survival is possible. Very possible. And he's going to do the only thing he knows how.

He's going to bring them down. One way--or the other.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0515116459, Mass Market Paperback)

Drop Zone is Paramount Pictures' explosive new film starring Wesley Snipes. Based on a story by Tony Griffin, Guy Manos, and Peter Barsocchini and screenplay by Peter Barsocchini and John Bishop, this edge-of-your-seat blockbuster is a hair-raising tale of terror in the air.

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