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Scarecrow and the army of thieves / Matthew Reilly
Bib ID 5971978
Format BookBook
Author
Reilly, Matthew, 1974-
 
Description London : Orion Books, 2012 
400 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9781409110965
1409110966
9781409143451
1409143457
Subjects United States. Marine Corps -- Fiction.  |  Schofield, Shane (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.  |  Terrorists -- Fiction.  |  Weapons of mass destruction -- Fiction.  |  Arctic regions -- Fiction.  |  Australian

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