The Ransom of Black Stealth One

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St. Martin's Press, 1989 - Fiction - 311 pages
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The Americans and the Russians agree that it is the most sophisticated and dangerous aircraft ever designed. Exactly what it can do, and where in North America it is kept, are top secrets. But then it is stolen. By a loner--with a 22-year-old female hostage. Who is the pilot-thief-kidnapper?

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My reactions to reading this novel in 1994. Some spoilers may follow. I found the plot of this book not as compelling or surprising (though I was once or twice surprised) as its sequel, The Nemesis ... Read full review

The ransom of Black Stealth One

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Light and highly maneuverable. Made of filament and ceramic, invisible to radar. Able to change color to mimic the background against which it flies. The most advanced, stealthiest bird in the world ... Read full review

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