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Shadows of Steel
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Shadows of Steel

By Brown, Dale

Putnam Pub Group, 1996. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Very-good condition hardback with dust cover condition. NO remainder marks or price clippings. Price inside dustcover: $24.95 . Number line: 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1. Tight spine, clean pages. NO writing or tears inside book. 367 pages. Dust cover shows light wear - no tears. .

$6.99

Gunmetal Justice: Cody's Law Volume I

By Hart, Matthew S.

Bantam Books, 1991. Book. Near-Fine. Mass Market Paperback. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Near-fine condition. NO remainder marks or clippings. Covers are bright and clean (NO tears). NO writing or marks inside book. 1 page in back of book shows 1 small, closed tear along outside page edge (blank area) Tight spine, clean pages. Pages show tanning. 224 pages. The new frontier series of the Texas Rangers (from book front)..

$5.99

Robert Ludlum's the Hades Factor: A Covert-One Novel
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Robert Ludlum's the Hades Factor: A Covert-One Novel

By Ludlum, Robert; Lynds, Gayle

New York, New York, U.S.A.: Griffin, 2000. Book. Very Good. Trade Paperback. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Nice copy of this 2000 First Edition (so-stated) - NO remainder marks or price clippings - Tight spine - Bright pages. NO writing or tears inside book. 432 pages. - After a several-year hiatus, Robert Ludlum, the master of the international espionage thriller, delivers the first in his Covert One series. Written in collaboration with suspense novelist Gayle Lynds, The Hades Factor introduces Col. Jonathan Smith, a doctor with the U.S. Army's Research Institute of Infectious Disease, who engages in a desperate race against a terrifying and deadly contagion. From the Publisher A homeless man in Boston, an Army major in California, and a teenage girl in Atlanta all die suddenly and painfully--each a victim of a hitherto unknown, fast-acting viral agent. Col. Jonathon Smith, a combat doctor attached to the United States Army Research Institute of Infectious Disease assigned to investigate the virus, is first warned off by a shadowy FBI contact, then barely survives an attempt on his life. Not knowing where to turn or whom to trust, Smith assembles a private team to aid his search for the truth behind the deadly virus--a quest that leads them to the darkest corners of the world. Written by Robert Ludlum with acclaimed suspense writer Gayle Lynds, Robert Ludlum's The Hades Factor will thrill and delight his legions of fans. Synopsis Robert Ludlum has been acclaimed as the master of suspense and international intrigue for over twenty-five years. His many books have thrilled millions of readers, reaching the top of bestselling lists the world over, and setting a standard that has never been surpassed. Now from the imagination of one of America's greatest storytellers comes Robert Ludlum's The Hades Factor. A homeless man in Boston, an Army Major in California, and a teenage girl in Atlanta all die suddenly and painfully - each a victim of a hitherto unknown, fast-acting viral agent. Col. Jonathon Smith, a combat doctor attached to the United States Army Research Institute of Infectious Disease assigned to investigate the virus, is first warned off by a shadowy FBI contact, then barely survives an attempt on his life. Not knowing where to turn, or who to trust, Smith assembles a private team to aid his search for the truth behind the deadly virus - a quest that leads them to the highest levels and the darkest corners of the world. Written with acclaimed thriller writer Gayle Lynds, Robert Ludlum's The Hades Factor is a compelling read that will thrill and delight his legions of fans. From The Critics.

$6.99

The Power
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The Power

By Mills, James

Warner Books Inc, 1990. Book. Fine. Hardcover. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Near-new condition. Stated First Edition. NO remainder marks or price clippings. Tight spine - Bright pages. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. - This stunning work of fiction about the use of occult warfare by the United States and the Soviet Union is based on fact. Mills' exhaustive research uncovered shocking U.S. Intelligence documents proving these weapons systems have been under development by both sides. "A thriller-horror story . . . a winning combination."--United Press International.

$7.99

The Man Who Looked Like Howard Cosell

By Tucker, John Bartholomew

St Martin's Press, 1988. Book. Near-Fine. Hardcover. Book Club (BCE/BOMC). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Near-fine copy. NO remainder marks or price clippings - Tight spine - Bright pages. NO writing, marks or tears inside book. 250 pages.

$4.99

The Swiss Account
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The Swiss Account

By Erdman, Paul

New York, New York, U.S.A.: Tor Books, 1992. Book. Fine. Hardcover. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Near-new condition - Stated First Edition - Price inside dustcover: $21.95 - NO remainder marks or price clippings - Bright pages - 320 pages - NO writing, marks or tears inside book. The Swiss Account is an explosive inside look at Switzerland's financing of the Third Reich, and it gives us a Switzerland none of us have known. Due to its neutrality, Switzerland is the spy capital of Europe, but by 1945 our chief spymaster, Allen Dulles, is faced with a foe as ruthless as Himmler's SS - the Swiss banking establishment. Their vaults bulge with Nazi gold, the bloody plunder of Hitler's tyranny. With it the Germans are buying high-tech military hardware to create an atom bomb. Dulles' job is to halt this profiteering and he dispatches three young recruits - Nancy Reichman, a beautiful American attache, Peter Burckhardt, Swiss heir to major banking interests, and Felicitas Burckhardt, a brilliant physicist - on a daring, top-secret mission to Bavaria. They have three goals: to stop the shipments of Swiss arms to Germany, to sabotage the German atom bomb, and against all odds, to stay alive..

$9.99