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The 36th Eagle

By Jeff Muller - ISBN: 9781923101029

RRP: $34.95

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The author, a retired scientist, has had a passion for aviation since he was a child. Over a fifty-year flying career, he has flown many types of aircraft, from gliders to fighter jets. He has owned and operated six aircraft, including four warbirds.

Jeff and his wife Liz have travelled to every continent seeking adventure. They favour remote places like Africa, the Arctic, Antarctic, Pacific Islands and Central Australia.

When at home in Sydney’s Hills District, Jeff restores vintage cars and helps Liz in their large garden.

The 36th Eagle

By Jeff Muller - ISBN: 9781923101029

RRP: $34.95

As tensions between Australia and China boil over, saboteurs strike to cripple Australia’s air and naval forces...

An invasion fleet, headed by China’s new aircraft carrier, is on its way south and none of Australia’s treaty partners want to be involved.

Defenceless and alone, Australia finds an unexpected glimmer of hope in Dave Pentreath and Trevor Mayer, both retired RAAF pilots. Their daring plan has a team of old colleagues coming together to steal thirty-six obsolete F-15 Eagle fighters from the US.

Aboard the Chinese aircraft carrier, Captain Huang Bai itches for combat as he heads the state-of-the-art squadrons of fighter pilots into battle.

In a confrontation on the high seas, thirty-six ageing Australians piloting fifty-year-old fighters stand against the cream of China’s southern naval fleet.

If these men fail, Australia falls to China and the world as we know it changes forever…

“Clive Cussler, Alister MacLean and all writers of great military thrillers would be proud of this amazing new book by a very talented author… Exceptional in plot, character and detail… Brilliant read!” Davis, Readalot Magazine reviewer

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