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In Danger's Path (Corps Series #8)
     

In Danger's Path (Corps Series #8)

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by W. E. B. Griffin
 

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Put in charge of the OSS's Pacific operations, General Fleming Pickering is faced with two covert missions in the Gobi Desert. Called to duty is a Marine he doesn't expect...a scapegrace pilot named Malcolm, his son. Together, they will venture incognito--and with luck they may even come out alive...

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In Danger's Path (Corps Series #8) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 53 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Such attention to the details of WWII military life makes 'IN DANGER'S PATH' seem more like history than novel. Minor observations: not Canons, but Deans of Anglican Cathedrals are titled 'Very Reverend' and the designations 'Upper Half' and 'Lower Half' for Rear Admirals did not come into use until years after WWII.Before it was 'commodore' and just 'Rear Admiral' none of which takes anything away from this terrific book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great historical fiction.
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Really have liked his whole marine corps series of books. They have been really well done.
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orion60 More than 1 year ago
Plot and character development was very interesting, not at all boring. Not much action until the end of the book. The author carried it off very well and I thoroughly enjoyed the read. am looking for ward to the next in the series, which will get into the Korean conflict and the OSS will become the CIA.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No doubt the finest chronicler of military action of our age! No one handles dialog better. Thoroughly researched subject matter and true to historical detail. If you read one, you MUST read them all.
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RetiredGrandpa More than 1 year ago
Like so many other reviewers I am a former Marine who really enjoyed WEB's style of writing many years ago, along with Clancy. Having recently renewed my interest in reading through the eyes of a senior citizen I find Clancy too wordy but Griffen as enjoyable as ever. This is a great continuation of all the characters easily recognizable from the earllier "Corps" series.
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