HarperCollins Publishers, 1992 - 340 pages
The second Gordon Gallagher thriller from the author of Wolf Run. A secret arctic air base and a Soviet spy plane that defies radar and reason sends ex-RAF pilot, ace undercover agent Gordon Gallagher flying blindly into the face of certain death, when he attempts to help a fellow agent in danger.
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