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Death Before Dawn: SEAL Strike Book One

Superior military action adventure! Written by an actual U.S. Navy SEAL with over 30 combat missions under his belt. Martin L. Strong' s novel is fast paced and informative. Trace the progress of young LT Matthew Barrett as he leads his small SEAL unit against Islamic terrorists in Egypt. A must read! Author also has a great web site at www.sealstrike.com


Added:  Thursday, October 25, 2001
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Posted by Anonymous on Mar 04, 2002 - 10:11 PM
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I really liked this book!

Posted by Anonymous on Feb 26, 2002 - 04:43 PM
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Great read! I couldn't stop until the last page.

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