Flyboys

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Xlibris Corporation, Nov 3, 1999 - Fiction - 225 pages
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Tommy Riley and his friends are growing up among the men and machines of a key Air Force Base in the middle of the Cold War. One day, the boys sneak into a top-secret reconnaissance bomber, switch on the radio, and overhear a commie plan that is so diabolical . . .

 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
9
CHAPTER 2
25
CHAPTER 3
35
CHAPTER 4
46
CHAPTER 5
51
CHAPTER 6
65
CHAPTER 7
84
CHAPTER 8
96
CHAPTER 10
136
CHAPTER 11
152
CHAPTER 12
169
CHAPTER 13
182
CHAPTER 14
197
CHAPTER 15
221
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
225
Back Cover
229

CHAPTER 9
114

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About the author (1999)

Tom Hanley is an artist, writer, surfer, pilot, and a regular guy. He lives in Hawaii with his wife and daughter. As a Boy Scout, Tom attained the rank of Tenderfoot. (He almost made Scout, Second Class, but had a little trouble with his knots.) He’s a Leo—but not one of those, you know, loud and pushy ones.

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