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e-Book Toll for the Brave epub download

Author: Jack Higgins
ISBN: 0851198260
Pages: 240 pages
Publisher: Chivers Press; Large type edition edition (July 22, 1982)
Language: English
Category: Action & Adventure
Size ePUB: 1197 kb
Size Fb2: 1719 kb
Size DJVU: 1105 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 955
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Subcategory: Literature

e-Book Toll for the Brave epub download

by Jack Higgins



Toll for the Brave - Jack Higgins.

From the first name in heart pounding thriller fiction. Ellis Jackson woke up hugging a twelve-bore shotgun. Toll for the Brave - Jack Higgins. They were beating the Korean to death in the next room, all attempts to break him down having failed completely. He was a stubborn man and, like most of his countrymen, held the Chinese in a kind of contempt and they reacted accordingly. The fact that Republic of Korea troops had the highest kill ratio in Vietnam at that time didn’t exactly help matters. There were footsteps outside, the door opened and a young Chinese officer appeared.

This is my 2nd Jack Higgins novel. For the first 94 pages I was not that impressed and then something changed. A skilled twist in the story. For parts of the book it seems a little slow.

After the Vietnam war, Ellis Jackson thought he was free  . This is my 2nd Jack Higgins novel. The story bounces around a bit. Ellis Jackson is captured in Vietnam and is unfortunate in that he lands in a special prison camp run by the Chinese-a Psy-Ops affair.

Active combat, a Viet Cong prison camp and the callous treachery of his lover and interrogator, Madam Ny, had taken their toll. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. In the next room, his mistress and his best friend lay naked on the bed, their heads blown to pulp. Back in England at last, Ellis Jackson had finally cracked. Active combat, a Viet Cong prison camp and the callous treachery of his lover and interrogator, Madam Ny, had taken their toll. Ellis Jackson was out of his mind. Or was he? Maybe it would all have been easier to take if he really had been mad. Thriller & Crime.

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Henry Patterson (born 27 July 1929), known by his pen name Jack Higgins, is a British writer. He is one of the best-selling authors of popular thrillers and espionage novels. His breakthrough novel The Eagle Has Landed (1975) sold over 50 million copies and was adapted into a successful film by the same title.

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TOLL FOR THE BRAVE was first published in the UK by John Long, London, in 1971 under . The book was later published in paperback by Arrow – under the authorship of Jack Higgins – but it has been out of print for several years.

TOLL FOR THE BRAVE was first published in the UK by John Long, London, in 1971 under the authorship of Harry Patterson. The author was, in fact, the writer familiar to modern readers as Jack Higgins. Harry Patterson was one of the names he used during his early writing days. In 2004, it seemed to the author and his publishers that it was a pity to leave such a good story languishing on his shelves.

Higgins is a master of his craft. A thriller writer in a class of his ow. Financial Times. The master craftsman of good, clean adventure. Recommended for you.

I love Jack Higgins books but this one was not his best. I took ages to get going and I my opinion got a bit muddled in the middle. But as usual had a good ending.

Ausstan
Thank you and your publisher for re-printing this book. I think I have read every book by Jack Higgins and his other names he has published under.

I have to admit I am hooked on Ellis and wish there were more book featuring this character. Like most books this one was a great read and had my complete attention. Most of the time I am reading about three books at any given time, but with this book, I just could not put it down.

PLEASE, start a Ellis Jackson series.
Camper
one of his older not well written books
Wenyost
I've read most of his books, and this was one of his best. Very entertaining and well crafted. A worthwhile read..
Eigonn
i've been reading his books as soon as i get it i read the book in a few days i enjoy his writing and look forward to another one of his books as he has pulled me into the story and his characters are in the next book itis alsmost like i know them
Walianirv
Higgins' carries on with one of his several themes, and yet each is unique in its own way. And when you think you've "got it", .....surprise. And once again, he has you captured within his tale.
Alexandra
Terrible book. Read like it was written by an amateur. Definitely not one of his better books. Sounded like some 40's pulp fiction.
Hulis
I love all of Jack Higgins books and this was no exception. Great read!
Overall, the book was OK......not the usual style of Jack Higgins. The story was dis - jointed, it took things for granted.
The story jumped around making it difficult to follow. Read the book if you have nothing else to read.