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by Leo Kessler

eBook Fire in the West (Submarine) download ISBN: 0712695524
Author: Leo Kessler
Publisher: Century (October 1986)
Language: English
Pages: 192
ePub: 1346 kb
Fb2: 1370 kb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: docx lrf azw doc
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction

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Leo Kessler was born in a snow storm, aged 45. His parents were two eminent members of the publishing profession, Leo . The first Kessler was on the best seller list – well, for a week

Leo Kessler was born in a snow storm, aged 45. His parents were two eminent members of the publishing profession, Leo Cooper, and Anthony Cheatham. It was at the Frankfurt Book Fair of 1973, where everyone was wheeling and dealing furiously in between getting drunk and various pursuits, which I’ll leave to your imagination. They came bearing exotic foreign gifts; a bottle of Pils and a Bratwurst. The first Kessler was on the best seller list – well, for a week. The six novels became twelve and in the end the twelve became over 150. Today our heroes are well over a hundred years old.

Whether by the submarine's gun-fire or by anaccident it would never be known-but in any case the result was .

Whether by the submarine's gun-fire or by anaccident it would never be known-but in any case the result was thesame-the air-ship had caught fire in mid-air. For some seconds sheblazed furiously-the whole of the after part of the envelope beinghidden in fire and smoke-without showing any appreciable signs offalling. Then, with appalling suddenness, she buckled in two, andcommenced her headlong flight to destruction.

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