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Forsyth, despite his many successes as thriller writer and his books turned into major blockbusters has one book that stands out to him personally. His proudest work is The Fist of God, which is about the first Gulf War, is his revelation. Frederik Forsyth has several books adapted for the big screen with his latest book, The Kill List, which was released in August 2013 by Penguin to be adapted.
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Frederick Forsyth’s collection of five stories, The Veteran is definitely worth reading. In The Veteran, An old man with a limp is mugged in Tottenham, foolishly puts up a fight, is knocked to the floor and kicked about the body and head with steel-capped boots, all witnessed by an Asian shopkeeper. The Phantom of Manhattan. Author: Frederick Forsyth. Categories: Modern Literature, Historical Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance. Reader: Peter Marinker.
Frederick Forsyth "Der Lotse",originalausgabe "The Shepherd". Eine vom weltber?hmten Bestsellerautor. Am Heiligabend 1957 fliegt der Ich-Erz?hler von einem Flughafen der Britischen Besatzungszone in Celle nach Hause. Er ist ein junger Jetpilot in einem einsitzigen D?senj?ger vom Typ Vampire, der mit 830 Kilometern pro Stunde ?ber die Nordsee gen Heimat donnert, um dort die Weihnachstage zu verbringen. In 9 km H?he ?ber dem Meer f?llt die Elektronik aus, also Kompass und Funkger?t. Er kann keine Hilfe rufen, und der Sprit geht bald zur Neige.
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