Kensington Publishing Corporation, Jul 1, 1989 - 334 pages
From the alleys of Berlin to battle-torn Afghanistan, two of the world's greatest chopper pilots race toward a terrifying aerial confrontation miles above the mountains of Nepal. Two men, one British and one Russian, use the most advanced equipment to settle a score in the sky.
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