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A man-hunt in the Western Desert … Hour after hour the trucks of the Desert Patrol crawled in the heat of the dry African sun. Time after time the men had to clear the track, manhandling their heavy, laden lorries. Time after time they went wrong, running into impassable wadis or cliff faces. They were desperate men on a desperate mission behind the enemy line and one A man-hunt in the Western Desert … Hour after hour the trucks of the Desert Patrol crawled in the heat of the dry African sun. Time after time the men had to clear the track, manhandling their heavy, laden lorries. Time after time they went wrong, running into impassable wadis or cliff faces. They were desperate men on a desperate mission behind the enemy line and one of them might be a traitor. It is down to Captain Jackson to lead these men. He must learn their histories and their secrets in order to keep them safe. And in the face of dangers, it is his decisions that will determine whether they will live or die. Praise for Gordon Landsborough… 'A punchy tale coupled with plenty of action - an engaging read!' - Philip McCormac 'Exciting, tough, fast and moving novel' - Times Literary Supplement Gordon Landsborough (1913-1984) was a publisher, author and bookseller. Writing tales about the exploits of gun-toting cowboys fighting out on the arid sands of the Wild West, Landsborough was himself a pioneering in the English paperback publishing world of the 1950s. He was widely known among his peers as the ‘maverick publishing genius’. His other western adventures include Battle at Broken Knee, Flaming Frontier, Union Soldier, The Stolen Bounty and Secret of the Cannon.


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A man-hunt in the Western Desert … Hour after hour the trucks of the Desert Patrol crawled in the heat of the dry African sun. Time after time the men had to clear the track, manhandling their heavy, laden lorries. Time after time they went wrong, running into impassable wadis or cliff faces. They were desperate men on a desperate mission behind the enemy line and one A man-hunt in the Western Desert … Hour after hour the trucks of the Desert Patrol crawled in the heat of the dry African sun. Time after time the men had to clear the track, manhandling their heavy, laden lorries. Time after time they went wrong, running into impassable wadis or cliff faces. They were desperate men on a desperate mission behind the enemy line and one of them might be a traitor. It is down to Captain Jackson to lead these men. He must learn their histories and their secrets in order to keep them safe. And in the face of dangers, it is his decisions that will determine whether they will live or die. Praise for Gordon Landsborough… 'A punchy tale coupled with plenty of action - an engaging read!' - Philip McCormac 'Exciting, tough, fast and moving novel' - Times Literary Supplement Gordon Landsborough (1913-1984) was a publisher, author and bookseller. Writing tales about the exploits of gun-toting cowboys fighting out on the arid sands of the Wild West, Landsborough was himself a pioneering in the English paperback publishing world of the 1950s. He was widely known among his peers as the ‘maverick publishing genius’. His other western adventures include Battle at Broken Knee, Flaming Frontier, Union Soldier, The Stolen Bounty and Secret of the Cannon.

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