Free eBook Joint Task Force #3: France download
by David E. Meadows
Author: David E. Meadows
Publisher: Berkley; Original edition (September 7, 2004)
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Action and Adventure
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David E. Meadows is a retired . His eighth novel, JOINT TASK FORCE AFRICA, was released March 2005. He recently signed a 3-book contract with Penguin Group in August 2005. Navy Captain and the author of numerous military thrillers such as Sixth Fleet, Seawolf, and Tomcat. His ninth novel, DARK PACIFIC, is due for release in 2006 with novels number 10 and 11 scheduled for 2007. He also writes an OPED column for Military dot com and is a member of the Authors Guild.
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In his Joint Task Force series, Meadows develops ongoing characters, whom we meet in each book, depending on their mission or circumstance.
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Joint Task Force - Liberia Mass Market Paperback – September 2, 2003. Meadows has outdone himself with Joint Task Force - Liberia. As a fan of The Sixth Fleet Series, I was eager to read the new series. Joint Task Force - Liberia was worth the wait. by. Meadows (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.
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