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Igła - Ken Follett
Igła
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"Igła" Kena Folletta , współczesnego pisarza angielskiego, błyskawicznie zdobyła zasłużony rozgłos. Sensacyjna, wartko poprowadzona akcja powieści przenosi nas do Wielkiej Brytanii z okresu ostatniej wojny. Trwają przygotowania do drugiego frontu, zbliża się dzień inwazji na Normandię, ale... show more
"Igła" Kena Folletta , współczesnego pisarza angielskiego, błyskawicznie zdobyła zasłużony rozgłos.
Sensacyjna, wartko poprowadzona akcja powieści przenosi nas do Wielkiej Brytanii z okresu ostatniej wojny. Trwają przygotowania do drugiego frontu, zbliża się dzień inwazji na Normandię, ale precyzyjnie obmyślane plany militarne w każdej chwili może zniweczyć działający na terenie Anglii niemiecki szpieg o kryptonimie "Igła". Brytyjski wywiad mobilizuje wszystkie siły..  
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Format: papier
ISBN: 8307004799
Publisher: Czytelnik
Pages no: 331
Edition language: Polski
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