MCALISTER'S ALLEGIANCE - Book 4 in the McAlister Line
McALISTERs ALLEGIANCE - Book 4 in the McAlister Line
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The 4th book in the McAlister Line: After recovering from injuries suffered at Dien Bien Phu, Danny is straight back into action in Saigon via Taipei.
The 17th Parallel has just been created with the communists to the North. But South Vietnam is awash spies and agents from the CIA, MI6 and other secret service types from the West, but especially Russian, Chinese and with North Vietnamese infiltrators, all vying to fill the, soon to be, power vacuum currently being created by the French who are starting to pull out of Indochina.
Still flying for CAT airlines, commonly referred to as the most shot-at airline in the world, Monty and Angela join him as they plunge headlong into another non-stop, breathtaking odyssey which spreads across five continents, landing in one desperate scrape after another.
Finally all three make heart-breaking decisions which ultimately define their true allegiance.
McAlisters Line Reader Reviews from YAbookscentral.com,
...with pirates and secrets set amongst the northern tropics, you're in for a delightful read. It has a really good sense of place and from the voice to the detail it's a very fast moving action story that will leave you wanting more.
McAlister's Way is a fast paced, page turning read, the kind of read where you lose track of time. Absolutely enveloping! Highly Recommend!!
Excerpt from McALISTERs ALLEGIANCE - Book 4 in the McAlister Line
Chapter 1 - Back to Work
Whatya planning to do now, Danny? Monty asked as they sat in the shade of the palms on a beach where theyd been surfing and spear-fishing.
I think Ill stay with CAT for now, Danny replied, although Monty was less sanguine for once.
You know CAT had been dubbed the most-shot-at-airline-in-the-world, dont ya? he warned. General Chennault still has Customer contracts in Vietnam,
Customers were CIA operatives who used CAT as their own airline and were taking a close interest in the recent affairs of Vietnam. In all fairness when it looked like CAT was
going to be donated to the Communist Chinese in an appeasement gesture after the civil war, Chennault sold the airline to the US Government and everyone believed the CIA picked up the tab. Under those circumstances the agency felt justified in using CAT planes whenever it felt like it.
That should have quietened down now the French are pulling out of Indochina. Theres been a big conference in Geneva. Ive heard theyve chopped the country in half along the 17th parallel. Commies to the north good guys to the south.
And how long do you think Uncle Ho will keep his word? George asked. Hell be itching to send his blokes south before the ink is even dry on the treaty.
Table of Contents for McALISTERs ALLEGIANCE - Book 4 in the McAlister Line
|Prologue Merimbula NSW|
|Part 1 INDOCHINA|
|Chapter 1 Back to Work|
|Chapter 2 Saigon Mayhem|
|Chapter 3 Madame Nhu|
|Chapter 4 Montagnard Territory|
|Chapter 5 New Kids on the Block|
|Chapter 6 The Road North|
|Chapter 7 Beyond the Mekong|
|Chapter 8 Tiger, Tiger!|
|Chapter 9 A Trap is Set|
|Chapter 10 Temple of Dreams|
|Chapter 11 Vengeance Trail|
|Part 2 STATESIDE|
|Chapter 12 The French Connection|
|Chapter 13 Angela|
|Chapter 14 London by Night|
|Chapter 15 Kidnap|
|Chapter 16 Death in Dorset|
|Chapter 17 Green Book|
|Chapter 18 Jammin with Elvis Roadhouse Blues|
|Chapter 19 Deep in the Heart of Texas|
|Chapter 20 B Company HQ|
|Chapter 21 Alabamy Bound|
|Chapter 22 The End of the Road|
|Part 3 THE DARK CONTINENT|
|Chapter 23 Flying Solo|
|Chapter 24 On Safari|
|Chapter 25 Mau-Mau|
|Chapter 26 House Call|
|Chapter 27 Reinforcements|
|Chapter 28 Uncertainty All Round|
|Chapter 29 Exit North|
|Chapter 30 Decoy at Dawn|
|Chapter 31 Race for Life|
|Epilogue Merimbula NSW|
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