Nomad

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Worldwide, 1992 - 348 pages
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Combining the best of bare-knuckle brawn and computer-generated weapons, Nomad, a member of an ultrasecret terrorist force, battles a techno-messiah poised to prevent the deployment of a satellite system that could provide humanity with limitless energy. Original.

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Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
7
Section 3
28
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About the author (1992)

David Alexander is the author of several highly regarded non-fiction and fiction books on military subjects, including "Tomorrow's Soldier, Shadow Down," and the popular Berkley military action series "Marine Force One," He has also written articles for such publications as "Military Technology, Modern Simulation and Training," and dispatches from the front during the Gulf War.

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