Fryingpan: Ghost Eagle 2

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iUniverse, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 196 pages
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Spy satellites at Buckley Air Force Base intercept a cryptic communication between terrorists in the Middle East. No one can decode the message. But one thing seems clear. "Something terrible is hidden deep within one of America's national forests. The terrorists know the location and are on the way in." With only days to stop unthinkable destruction, the president authorizes early activation of Ghost Eagle 2, Team Shining Mountains. Led by the wealthy and mysterious CIA operative Portia Olivia Hanscomb, Shining Mountains will operate out of Chateau de Montagne, in Aspen, Colorado. On the team are Matt Yancey and Ute Indian twins Luke and Lucia Thompson-all in their junior year at Aurora High. Ghost Eagle 1, Team Kamehameha, is enroute to join them. Nobody knows where the terrorists are, where they're going, or how much time is left. But the terrorists don't realize they've just set foot on sacred ground-the ancestral lands of the Utes.the people of the Shining Mountains. Will the eagle catch its prey? A quarter-million lives hang in the balance. The hunt is on.
 

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Gregory Bassham is Professor and Chair of the Philosophy Department at King's College (Pa.). He is the author or editor of seven books, including The Lord of the Rings and Philosophy (2003), The Ultimate Harry Potter and Philosophy (Wiley, 2010), and The Hobbit and Philosophy (forthcoming 2012). William Irwin is Professor of Philosophy at King's College, author of eleven books, and Series Editor of the Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture series. Henry Nardone is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at King's College. His publications include scholarly articles on critical thinking and aesthetics. James M. Wallace, Professor of English at King's College, is the author or co-author of two books, including Critical Thinking (4th ed., 2011).

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