Ghost Squadron by Francis Bergese
  

Synopsis

Ghost Squadron by Francis Bergese

Bosnia, 1995. Serb forces are encircling Sarajevo and defying UN peacekeeping troops, even shooting at patrolling US Navy fighters. International politics keep American hands tied. After Tuckson disobeys orders and attacks a Serb position, he is disciplined by being sent to a secret base, where other pilots from the US military - including Buck - are training for a mysterious mission in unmarked planes. But this Ghost Squadron is not the only unofficial fighting force in the area...

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 Danny 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 Biggles novels of Captain W.E. Johns.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
56 pages

Author

Francis Bergese
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Publisher

Cinebook Ltd

Publication date

4th October 2012

ISBN

9781849181372


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