Honor Bound

Honor Bound

Book - 1993
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Baker & Taylor
Fresh from Guadalcanal, First Lieutenant Cletus Frade, a Marine aviator, is asked to team up with demolition expert Anthony Pelosi and radio expert David Ettinger to stop the resupply of German ships and submarines

Blackwell North Amer
A crackling new novel from the author of the bestselling Corps series.
From the Brotherhood of War novels to the saga of The Corps, W. E. B. Griffin's rich characters and special flair for the military heart and mind have made him one of America's most popular novelists.
It is fall 1942. First Lieutenant Cletus Frade, a Spanish-speaking Marine aviator ace fresh from Guadalcanal, is suddenly called to a meeting with a Colonel Graham. Shortly thereafter, so too are Army demolitions expert and parachutist Second Lieutenant Anthony Pelosi, and Army Staff Sergeant and multilingual Counterintelligence Corps special agent David Ettinger, a communications expert who has already escaped from German hands in Europe. The three are about to become a team, but in an operation unlike any they have ever known before. For the mysterious Colonel Graham is in the OSS, their new mission is to sabotage by any means necessary the resupply of German ships and submarines, and their destination is not just anywhere, but Buenos Aires.
In 1942, supposedly neutral Buenos Aires puts Casablanca and Lisbon to shame - a lethal mixture of German and American agents, Axis and Allied sympathizers, and ruthless internal security officers. If the three soldiers are to succeed in such a place, they will have to be not only very good - but very lucky.
Written with all the energy and expertise that have driven Griffin's previous novels, filled with crackling realism, drama, and real heroes, Honor Bound is a captivating novel of valor and adventure, sure to please old fans and new.

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Fresh from Guadalcanal, First Lieutenant Cletus Frade, a Marine aviator, is asked to team up with demolitions expert Anthony Pelosi and radio expert David Ettinger to stop the resupply of German ships and subs. 200,000 first printing. $100,000 ad/promo.

Publisher: New York : Putnam, c1993
ISBN: 9780399138621
0399138625
Branch Call Number: FICTION GRIFFIN

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