Buck Danny Secrets of the Black Sea by De Douhet


Buck Danny Secrets of the Black Sea by De Douhet

It is the end of the Cold War - supposedly the era of glasnost and perestroika. The Soviet Union is about to come apart at the seams. Buck Danny is sent as an observer and adviser to help the Russian army deal with its arsenal of nuclear weapons and some of its rogue units. But old Communist habits die hard, and some of the Red Army hardliners have other plans. The pilot finds himself over the Black Sea, where he locates some unusual prototypes.

About the Author

Francis Bergese, pilot and aviation enthusiast, is the most reputable illustrator in the area of aviation art and was chosen to be in charge of the new Buck DannyA adventures. This series, the creation of Georges Troisfontaines, Victor Hubinon and Jean-Michel Charlier, has sold 15 million copies. Bergese also adapted into graphic novels some of the BigglesA novels of Captain W.E. Johns.

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56 pages


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Publication date

4th February 2010



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