HarperPaperbacks, Nov 29, 1990 - 262 pages
Captain Jefferson Davis "Oz" Carson and the Night Stalkers helicopter pilots are assigned to transport a prince across a terrorist-teeming Sahara Desert, where they must contend with kidnappers, assassins, and intrigue
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