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Under Fire (Corps, #9)
Under Fire - Corps, #9
Author: W. E. B. Griffin
In the long-awaited ninth book in the Corps series, Griffin leaves WWII behind and thrusts his readers deep into the heart of the Korean War; June 1, 1950: Captain Ken McCoy's report on probable North Korean hostilities meets with so much bureaucratic displeasure that not only is it promptly suppressed, but McCoy himself is kicked out of the Cor...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780515134377
ISBN-10: 0515134376
Publication Date: 12/31/2002
Pages: 736
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4.5 stars, based on 51 ratings
Publisher: Jove
Book Type: Paperback
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Book #9 in The Corps Series. Hubby is a former Marine (once a Marine, always a Marine) He has really enjoyed this series, described by The Orlando Sentinel as "an insider's tale of life in the Marine Corps. This book enters a new stage of modern warfare - with new weapons, new strategies, and a new breed of warrior - on the battlefields of Korea.
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Last of the WEB Griffin "Corps" series, this is another fast read with a good story line having a backdrop against 20th C. American History. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
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coudnt put it down
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This is book nine in a ten book series. I the whold series long ago and am now reading it again. I love this author. This series of books is magnificent. I love them all.
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In 1950, Captain Ken McCoy's report on North Korean hostilities meets with so much bureaucratic displeasure that he is promply booted out ot the Corps-and just as promply picked up by the CIA.


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