Friday, February 10, 2012

Appointment In Haiphong by David Hagberg

 One hundred and fifty POWs will be used to blackmail the United States.
Unless Nick Carter gets them out first!

George Gross Cover
The man was tall, gray-haired, and gaunt-looking, but in surprisingly good condition. As he pushed through the jungles of North Vietnam, he came to a small fishing village where he stole a small boat and set sail, heading out to the choppy sea. He was U.S.A.F Captain Robert Bruce, an M.I.A. in Vietnam since 1972. Ten long, incredible years.

When the United States learns that over one hundred and fifty Americans are being held prisoner at a highly organized camp at Yen Minh on the Chinese border, the only man that can get them out alive is Nick Carter. Posing as a monk, Nick has only one chance to get the POWs out of North Vietnam, but first he must keep an ......

Appointment in Haiphong

Printing History
Written by David Hagberg

Charter Books
ISBN 441 02592
June 1982

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