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The Hill
by Leonard B. Scott




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Many good men would die, or survive forever scarred, in the fight for Hill 875

Ty is the grunt. The point man for his platoon with the uncanny instincts to see, hear, and smell out the hidden enemy. Jason is the favored one. The football hero picked for officer candidate school who determinedly leads his men into a slaughter ground from which most of them will never return.

Ty and Jason, Oklahoma brothers so different in character yet so close to soul, will reunite in the Battle of Dak To and in the harrowing battle for Hill 875--an insignificant piece of ground that will set stranger to kill stranger for no reason at all, and brother to save brother for the one reason that matters.

"An action-adventure novel at that genre's best."--Publishers Weekly

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Overview

Many good men would die, or survive forever scarred, in the fight for Hill 875

Ty is the grunt. The point man for his platoon with the uncanny instincts to see, hear, and smell out the hidden enemy. Jason is the favored one. The football hero picked for officer candidate school who determinedly leads his men into a slaughter ground from which most of them will never return.

Ty and Jason, Oklahoma brothers so different in character yet so close to soul, will reunite in the Battle of Dak To and in the harrowing battle for Hill 875--an insignificant piece of ground that will set stranger to kill stranger for no reason at all, and brother to save brother for the one reason that matters.

"An action-adventure novel at that genre's best."--Publishers Weekly

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9780345490575
  • ISBN-10: 0345490576
  • Publisher: Ballantine Books
  • Publish Date: March 1995
  • Page Count: 352
  • Dimensions: 8.51 x 5.49 x 0.91 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.98 pounds


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