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The Ayes of Texas - Daniel Da Cruz
The Ayes of Texas
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Ridiculously amazing cold war fun. I first read this about the time that the event in the book were supposed to be taking place, and as a proud Texan was kind of sad to see the U.S.S. Texas just sitting idle in the dock and not out cruising the ship channel with a vengeance.
Ridiculously amazing cold war fun. I first read this about the time that the event in the book were supposed to be taking place, and as a proud Texan was kind of sad to see the U.S.S. Texas just sitting idle in the dock and not out cruising the ship channel with a vengeance.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780345332820 (0345332822)
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: Ayes of Texas Trilogy (#1)
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5.0 The Ayes of Texas
okay, okay. . .so i believe in the Republic of Texas more than the U.S. . .this is one nice book about a US-Texas-USSR conflict. even though it was soon outdated by the fall of Communism and the Cold War, it remains (to me) an intesnely exciting book. . .
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