Download E-books The Missing (Tom Clancy's EndWar, Book 3) PDF

By Peter Telep

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An carrying on with game tie-in sequence "created by" Tom Clancy, yet written via different authors. the 1st have been by means of pseudonym David Michaels and the 3rd by means of Peter Telep.

After a devastating nuclear alternate within the center East, the US and Russia stand on contrary aspects within the quest for the world’s assets.

While on a recon project over Russia, Joint Strike strength pilot significant Stephanie Halverson assessments a progressive new radar device—until she is shot down. within the jungles of Ecuador, relentless Marine Raider Captain Mikhail “Lex” Alexandrov pursues a sought after terrorist—and stumbles on a global conspiracy that may take him and his workforce into conflict. On an island off Japan, a former Russian secret agent is hunted by means of her comrades, and her merely method out might be to disorder to the West.

Each in their fates intertwines with a perilous cabal proposal to were destroyed, however it was once purely wounded. And now it has returned—stronger than ever…

Based on Ubisoft’s bestselling online game, Tom Clancy’s EndWar®

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Download E-books Land of Fire PDF

1982. The Falklands struggle. younger SAS trooper Mike Hood dangers his lifestyles to seize an Argentine lady undercover agent. To knock out enemy bombers a bold undertaking is deliberate opposed to a fortified airbase on Tierra del Fuego, the distant tip of the South American mainland. Hood and his fellow SAS are despatched in forward to reconnoitre. Detected via the enemy, they have to struggle their method out.

Twenty years on and an Argentine army junta is back to energy. They verify to reinvade the Falkland Islands. Now a senior NCO, Hood is again within the South Atlantic, haunted through stories he suggestion he had buried. British air defences were knocked out in a sneak assault and once more Argentine forces are being secretly readied for an attack at the Islands. A crew from the crack SAS Mountain Troop is inserted by means of submarine. yet has the venture been compromised from the beginning? while destiny throws Hood including the woman from his prior, he's confronted with a clash of loyalties. Can he belief her now? and will they hinder an all-out war?

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Download E-books Blaze of Glory: A Novel PDF

By Jeff Struecker, Alton Gansky

United States Sgt. significant Eric Moyer and his detailed Operations unit were known as in to trace down a prosperous Egyptian terrorist who's believed to have sordid ties to a unexpected elevate in lady suicide bombers. Chasing El-Sayyed via Italy, they quickly achieve interconnected information about a Mexican drug lord who's plotting to kill the U.S. and Mexican presidents.

Now Moyer and his workforce needs to cease no longer one, yet madmen on separate continents. And with a brand new member of the unit hiding his fight with post-traumatic rigidity affliction, a 3rd challenge starts to boil.

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Download E-books Poitiers AD 732: Charles Martel turns the Islamic tide (Campaign) PDF

By David Nicolle

Within the early many years of the eighth century advert, Islamic forces have been flooding into Europe in the course of the Iberian peninsula, threatening Frankish and Burgundian territory and raiding it with ever-increasing ferocity. on the conflict of Poitiers, often referred to as excursions, Christian forces lower than the Frankish chief Charles Martel "The Hammer" (grandfather of Charlemagne) faced an immense invading Islamic military. The Franks have been positive, successfully halting the northward strengthen of Islam and protecting Christianity because the dominant religion in Europe. professional medievalist David Nicolle attracts on modern resources to reconstruct this turning-point conflict, areas it in its old context and stories its historical past and instant and longer-term ancient effects.

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Download E-books Damned Good Show (R.A.F. Quartet) PDF

By Derek Robinson

They joined an R.A.F. referred to as 'the most sensible flying membership within the world', but if warfare pitches the younger pilots of 409 Squadron into conflict over Germany, their education, strategies and kit are quickly stumbled on short of, their twin-engined bombers out of date from the off. possibilities of finishing a 30-operation journey? One in 3. At top.

Robinson's crooked salute to the dogged heroes of the R.A.F.'s early bombing crusade is a wickedly humourous portrait of guys doing their responsibility in flying demise traps, absolutely conscious, in these darkish days of warfare, there has been not anything else to do yet dig in and cling on.

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Download E-books When Books Went to War: The Stories That Helped Us Win World War II PDF

By Molly Guptill Manning

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

“Heartwarming.” — New York Times

“Whether or no longer you’re a booklet lover, you’ll be moved.” — Entertainment Weekly

“A readable, available addition to global battle II literature [and] a booklet that would be loved by means of fanatics of books approximately books.” — Boston Globe

“Four stars [out of 4] . . . A cultural background that does a lot to give an explanation for sleek America.” — USA Today

while the USA entered global warfare II in 1941, we confronted an enemy that had banned and burned a hundred million books. Outraged librarians introduced a crusade to ship unfastened books to American troops and gathered 20 million hardcover donations. In 1943, the warfare division and the publishing stepped in with a rare program: 120 million small, light-weight paperbacks for troops to hold of their wallet and rucksacks in each theater of battle. those Armed providers versions have been cherished via the troops and are nonetheless fondly remembered this present day. squaddies learn them whereas ready to land at Normandy, in hellish trenches in the course of battles within the Pacific, in box hospitals, and on lengthy bombing flights. They helped rescue The nice Gatsby from obscurity and made Betty Smith, writer of A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, into a countrywide icon. When Books Went to War is the inspiring tale of the Armed prone variations, and a treasure for heritage buffs and booklet fans alike.

“A completely attractive, enlightening, and infrequently uplifting account . . . i used to be enthralled and moved.” — Tim O’Brien, writer of The issues They Carried

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Download E-books Korea: The Ground War from Both Sides (Images of War) PDF

The Korean battle opened with the invasion of South Korea via the North Koreans in June 1950. This fantastically illustrated publication strains the fluctuating fortunes of struggle from either side. The South Koreans have been kept from defeat by way of the coming of the yankee and UN forces less than basic MacArthur however the good fortune of his offensive introduced within the chinese language who undetected via the Allies, counter-attacked with over 1 / 4 of 1000000 males of the Peoples Volunteer military. once more the Allies fell again and a stalemate constructed. No peace treaty used to be ever signed.

The tale is easily instructed in photos, captions and textual content. the various pictures painting the brutal nature of the battle, the place neither POWs nor civilians have been safe.

Korea was once arguably the final significant clash fought open air the glare of the media and the pictures during this high-quality ebook provide a distinct perception into the clash.

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Download E-books Day (Vintage Contemporaries) PDF

By A. L. Kennedy

Alfie Day, RAF airman and previous international battle II POW, by no means anticipated to outlive the battle. Now, 5 years later and extra by myself than ever, Alfie reveals himself attracted to unearth these unusual, passionate days by way of operating as an additional on a POW movie. What he'll realize at the set approximately himself, his loves and the realm round him will make the struggle itself glance uncomplicated.

Funny and relocating, clever and unhappy, Day is a very unique examine the depth and braveness to be present in the closeness of dying, from one in all Britain's such a lot iconoclastic and hugely acclaimed younger writers.

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Download E-books Hart's War PDF

By John Katzenbach

Moment Lieutenant Tommy Hart, a navigator whose B-25 was once shot out of the sky in 1942, is confused with guilt because the simply surviving member of his group. Now he's simply one other POW on the fiercely guarded Stalag Luft thirteen in Bavaria.

Then regimen involves a halt with the coming of a brand new prisoner: First Lieutenant Lincoln Scott, an African American Tuskegee airman who immediately turns into the objective of contempt from his fellow infantrymen. while a prisoner is brutally murdered, and the entire blood-soaked facts issues to Scott, Hart is tapped to safeguard the soldier. In a tribulation rife with racial stress and uncooked clash, the place the strains among best friend and enemy blur, there are people with their very own mystery factors, and a burning ardour for a hurry to judgment, it doesn't matter what the fee.

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Download E-books VCs of the First World War Somme 1916: Somme 1916 PDF

By Gerald Gliddon

The conflict of the Somme, which lasted from 1 July to 18 November 1916, is remembered as essentially the most terrible and tragic battles of the 1st international conflict. at the first day by myself approximately 19,000 British troops have been killed - the best one-day loss within the heritage of the British military. via November the loss of life toll from the armies of england, France and Germany had risen to over one million. This booklet tells the tales of fifty-one squaddies from the Commonwealth and Empire armies whose bravery at the battlefield was once rewarded via the Victoria move, the top army honour - males like inner most Billy McFadzean, who was once blown up by way of grenades which he smothered that allows you to store the lives of his comrades, and personal 'Todger' Jones, who single-handedly rounded up 102 German squaddies. not just can we study of heroic endeavours of those males on the peak of conflict, yet we additionally learn in their lives sooner than 1914, starting from the backstreets of Glasgow to a rustic condominium in Cheshire, and of what lifestyles used to be like after the struggle for the thirty-three survivors.

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