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Hell to Pay

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2000

    If you enjoy action, you will love this

    This is more than a 'war' story, it is an exciting insight into an almost forgotten episode in our history which is still a smoldering hazard. Great scenes of action flying, serious insights into MacArthur's policy in Korea. Least we forget the Korean police action began 50 years ago this June. Fighter pilot Hal Kirby is a well-balanced character, intelligent, creative, human, handling the cutting edge of technology.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2000

    'Hell to Pay' is a Gripping, Can't Put Down Thriller

    First-time author Pete Azzole has created an authentic, very believable Korean War novel...and it's about time someone did it! The flight segments and POW sections are especially riveting and realistic. Hal Kirby is definitely a 'pilot's pilot' and a 'man's man' in every sense. Something tells me that Hal Kirby and Luther Garr may be destined to lock horns again. At least I hope so!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2000

    Fast-paced, well-plotted Korean War novel

    Azzole masterfully weaves domestic marital and military conflict in this fast-paced Korean War novel. As a bonus, we gain insights of the war that are of interest from an historical perspective. Hal Kirby, a likeable protagonist, manages to get himself into enough trouble to keep the reader glued to the page. There are no dull moments in this well-plotted book.

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