Warriors Afield

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Xlibris Corporation, Apr 8, 2011 - Drama - 357 pages
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This story is based on actual events in the CBI, China, Burma, India, theater of war, especially a part of northeast India. Tibet, also, is part of the story, as it was in Tibet that seven tons of U.S. currency was dropped; money meant for the newly formed Free China Air Force, which included part of what had been the, “Flying Tigers.” Now, two mercenaries have put together a crew, and they’re bringing the fortune out. Through a grave mistiming, they’re trapped on the Brahma Putra river, a river that is born twelve thousand feet up in the Himalayan Mountains. It is a raging thing, and they can see no way to let go of it. It’s a raft ride like none ever seen, but a man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do, and by some miracle, some of them survive. But there’s a traitor in the crew, and others waiting. Worse yet, the C.I.A., the KGB, and Naval Intelligence are after them, not for the money, oh, no. It’s for something vastly more important; a few pieces of paper filled with equations that will forever change the world, or destroy it!
 

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Contents

WARRIORS AFIELD
1
CHAPTER TWO
13
CHAPTER THREE
20
CHAPTER FOUR
29
CHAPTER FIVE
48
CHAPTER SIX
51
CHAPTER SEVEN
56
CHAPTER EIGHT
71
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
157
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
171
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
183
CHAPTER NINETEEN
193
CHAPTER TWENTY
215
CHAPTER TWENTY ONE
229
CHAPTER TWENTYTWO
241
CHAPTER TWENTYTHREE
250

CHAPTER NINEOFFICE OF SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONSUSA
79
CHAPTER TEN
83
CHAPTER ELEVEN
99
CHAPTER TWELVE
110
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
119
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
131
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
144
CHAPTER TWENTYFOUR
261
CHAPTER TWENTY FIVE
270
CHAPTER TWENTYSIX
282
CHAPTER TWENTY SEVEN
291
CHAPTER TWENTYEIGHT
297
EPILOGUE
327
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