Monsieur Murder - Theodore Roscoe
In 1918, near the end of the Great War, a French Foreign Legion detachment
is reassigned to the Swiss Alps where a surprise Austrian
sharpshooter becomes the target of a Yankee marksman. Their battle
climaxes on the Day of Armistice and beyond to a dramatic return engagement
long after the War. Excellent drama and suspense.
Thunder Deck - R.V. Gery
When mutiny is afoot, and a young green mate will have none of it, but is
faced by having his throat cut for his loyalty, it helps to have a glimmer
and shadow on the side of what is right.
Bayou Trap - Hapsburg Liebe
A perfect ambush can be too perfect, and if the timing has fluctuated,
leaving an opening for an unexpected curious visitor, all bets are off.
The Black Pearl - Paul Annixter
The young elephant suffers at the hands of the two-legged monsters, but
learns to love one who can understand his needs and senses.
Spurs in the Dust - George Rosenberg
When Jimmy the meek, a David in disguise, is herded about by a
rip-snorting Goliath, the crafty little wimp uses guile and
patience to cast the fatal stone.
Fighter's Socks - Walter Hopper Martin
Many actions are derived from illusions, causing success or failure that
we never thought was possible. The fighter who has lost it all, regains a
sense of hope derived from his own innate toughness and skills.
The Loose-Lead Dog - Philip Cole
The dirty tricks and cruelty of a cheater can often be overcome by wisdom
The Atoll of Flaming Men - Ralph R. Perry
Pearl hunting can be a dangerous pursuit, especially when green-slimed
savages and murdered corpses are about.