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The Mercer Boys In The Ghost Patrol

Author : Capwell Wyckoff
ISBN : 9781479424023
Genre : Fiction
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The summer camp of Woodcrest Military Institute was always an exciting event to the Mercer boys and Terry Mackson. But when the cadets camped near Rustling Ridge, the boys ran into a series of startling occurrences: a horse stampede, a mysterious fire, the disappearance of a little girl, and most frightening of all, the Ghost of Rustling Ridge, who seemed determined to drive the cadets away. Don and Jim, along with Terry, were appointed to the camp’s Ghost Patrol, and how they solved the mystery of the ghost makes one of the most exciting adventures in the Mercer Boys Series.
Category: Fiction

Adventures Of The Ghost Patrol

Author : James Bell
ISBN : 9781984541284
Genre : Fiction
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The Ghost Patrol got its name after being reported that all members were killed in the battle of Gettysburg. The Special Forces unit had gotten well-known for its successful raids on Yankee supply lines, either destroying them or carrying war materials to rebel camps. Now they were asked to attack supply trains and even to steal the whole train and bring it to the rebels who were in desperate need of all war supplies. Captain Sam, as his men liked to call him, was an excellent soldier. He handpicked his men and gave them special training. They were well-disciplined to fight hard and win. They could hit their targets hundreds of yards away with their long-range rifles. Captain Samuel Clifton was a plantation owner and a family man, who loved his beautiful wife and children. They loved to have parties where they were known for serving good food and having great entertainment.
Category: Fiction

Ghost Patrol

Author : John Sadler
ISBN : 9781612003375
Genre : History
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The origins of most of the WestÕs Special Forces can be traced back to the Long Range Desert Group, which operated across the limitless expanses of the Libyan Desert, an area the size of India, during the whole of the Desert War from 1940 to 1943. After the defeat of the Axis in North Africa they adapted to serve in the Mediterranean, the Greek islands, Albania, Yugoslavia and Greece. In the process they became the stuff of legend. The LRDG was the brainchild of Ralph Bagnold, a pre-war desert explorer (featured in fictional terms in The English Patient) who put all of his expertise into the creation of a new and, by the standards of the day, highly unorthodox unit. Conventional tactical thinking shunned the deep heart of the vast desert as it was thought to be a harsh, inhospitable wilderness where British forces could not possibly survive even less operate effectively. Instead, Bagnold and his colleagues created a whole new type of warfare. Using specially adapted vehicles and recruiting only men of the right temperament and high levels of fitness and endurance, the first patrols set out bristling with automatic weapons. The LRDG, in a dark hour, was the force which took the fight to the enemy, roving over the deep desertÑa raiderÕs paradiseÑattacking enemy convoys and outposts, destroying aircraft and supplies, forcing the Axis to expend more and more resources to protect their vulnerable lines. Their work was often dangerous, always taxing, exhausting and uncomfortable. They were a new breed of soldier, and the Axis never managed to field a similar unit. Once the desert war was won they transferred their skills to the Mediterranean sector, retraining as mountain guerrillas, serving in the ill-fated Dodecanese campaign, then in strife-torn Albania, Yugoslavia and Greece, fighting alongside the mercurial partisans. In addition, the LRDG worked alongside the fledgling SAS and established, beyond all doubt, the value of highly trained Special Forces, a legacy which resonates today.
Category: History

Sas Ghost Patrol

Author : Damien Lewis
ISBN : 9781786483133
Genre : History
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'Lewis has done a terrific job in resurrecting Heaven Platoon, portraying them as the brave, buccaneering heroes they undoubtedly were' Daily Mail 'Another true tale of military derring-do from Lewis' Sunday Express 'Intensively researched and powerfully written. One of the great untold stories of WWII' Bear Grylls 'In SAS Ghost Patrol Lewis reveals a tale of suicidal bravery, untold daring and breath-taking deceit. Told with the panache and verve of a born storyteller, Lewis is in a class of his own' Saul David 'Amazing tale of WWII great escaper's Nazi ruse ... The extraordinary Second World War saga of the SIG and its legacy is revealed.' The Daily Mirror 'British troops dressed in German uniforms and mounted a daredevil raid to take the Libyan port of Tobruk during the Second World War, reveals a fascinating new book' Daily Express 'Lewis's account ... reads like a Boy's Own adventure, except it isn't a work of fiction and the heroes don't come through unscathed. His storytelling enhances the bravery of the men and the danger of the missions without over-dramatising anything. There is no need to' Soldier Magazine 'Reveals the true story of an ultra-secret fighting unit that posed as Nazi Storm Troopers to seize the German-held port city of Tobruk during the Second World War' Richard Hatch and Verity Geere, Forces Radio breakfast show The Ultra-Secret Unit That Posed As Nazi Stormtroopers The Most Daring Mission Ever Undertaken SAS Ghost Patrol is the explosive true story of the day in 1942 when the SAS donned Nazi uniforms to perpetrate the most audacious and daring mission of the war. Beyond top secret, deniable in the extreme (and of course enjoying Churchill's enthusiastic blessing), this is one of the most remarkable stories of wartime lawlessness, eccentricity and raw courage in the face of impossible odds - a thoroughly British undertaking. What unfolded - the longest mission ever undertaken by Allied special forces - was an epic of daring, courage, tragedy and survival that remains unrivalled to this day, and which rightly became a foundation stone of Special Forces legend. Written with Lewis's signature authenticity and dramatic verve, SAS Ghost Patrol is peopled by a cast of the utterly maverick and the extraordinary. In its quirky eccentricities and outrageous rule-breaking, this is a story that only the British could have authored, and with such panache and aplomb. It may read like the stuff of impossible myth or folklore, but every single word is true.
Category: History

The Ghost Patrol

Author : Sinclair Lewis
ISBN : 1722989149
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The Ghost Patrol by Sinclair Lewis Pub Date: 2014-08-01 Pages: 288 Language: Chinese Publisher: Jiangsu Literature and Art Publishing House. the Nobel Prize for Literature winners fiction books: Ghost Patrol mind is the American writer Sinclair Lewis's collection of short stories. Sinclair Lewis was the first American winner of a Nobel literature is eligible. his literary career can be divided into three periods. 1920 and 1929 was his golden period. he created a downright American style. The earliest work is reflected in feminist consciousness. Directory coachman hijacked memorial ghost patrol speed record youth remember the Queen's letter to school go east sidewalk moths worldly possessions Contents willow land under: coachman hijacked memorial ghost patrol speed record young queen school record go east sidewalk letter moths worldly possessions land under willow We are delighted to publish this classic book as part of our extensive Classic Library collection. Many of the books in our collection have been out of print for decades, and therefore have not been accessible to the general public. The aim of our publishing program is to facilitate rapid access to this vast reservoir of literature, and our view is that this is a significant literary work, which deserves to be brought back into print after many decades. The contents of the vast majority of titles in the Classic Library have been scanned from the original works. To ensure a high quality product, each title has been meticulously hand curated by our staff. Our philosophy has been guided by a desire to provide the reader with a book that is as close as possible to ownership of the original work. We hope that you will enjoy this wonderful classic work, and that for you it becomes an enriching experience.


Author : Kim Vanover
ISBN : 108185720X
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What is the secret of the Davenport building?Lucatia Davenport, who owns the posh, LA-based office building has received a generous offer from a suspicious buyer - and she refused to sell.Later, random violence breaks out in Los Angeles but the Davenport building is untouched. Curious, she recruits one of her tenants, Dr. Ron Hudson to investigate. Hudson, a former psychotherapist with paranormal resources, finds evidence on one arsonist, but is unable to implicate the mastermind.John Reams, a disciple of the Chai', receives a private warning from an FBI agent - an international crime cartel is establishing a base in LA. John, who is familiar with the centuries-old-criminal organization, understands the threat they pose.Father Julio Garcia, still recalls a battle with evil that nearly cost him his life. Soon, he finds the same threat is again raising its face.Little Lisa Jansen, the Chai' prodigy fears the worst for California, and urges her mentor to use his power to help John Reams. But Zen Lee is hesitant to leave his overseas position, where he teaches future Chai' warriors.Supernatural forces take aim and differing life paths cross over on a battle ground where few are expected to survive. Throughout the conflict, a single questions looms; What is the secret of the Davenport building?

Ghosts Don T Ride Bikes Do They

Author : Andres Miedoso
ISBN : 9781534410428
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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After Andres discovers a haunted bike park, he calls best friend Desmond, a ghost investigator.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Haunted House Next Door

Author : Andres Miedoso
ISBN : 9781534410404
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Meet Desmond Cole! A fearless eight-year-old who runs his own ghost patrol, looking for ghosts, monsters, and mischief makers everywhere. Oh, and he just so happens to be my new best friend…and thank goodness! Because I’m afraid of everything. Welcome to Kersville, a town with a spooky history and a collection of ghosts and spirits who are major mischief-makers. Most kids spend their days without ever seeing or dealing with a ghost, but some kids get stuck with a haunt. When that happens, they call Desmond Cole Ghost Patrol. Desmond is the hall monitor of ghosts and monsters. There’s no job too spooky, icky, or risky for Desmond. I’m not like that at all. My name’s Andres Miedoso. I’m Desmond’s best friend. We do everything together…including catch ghosts. Seems cool, right? There’s only one problem: I’m afraid of everything. With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, the Desmond Cole Ghost Patrol chapter books are perfect for emerging readers.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Ghost Most Foul

Author : Patti Grayson
ISBN : 9781550506150
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A gripping ghost story for younger teens about teamwork and standing up for what you know is right.
Category: Juvenile Fiction