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Benghazi Breakout (The Glasshouse Gang Book 2)

by Gordon Landsborough

Thirty-six men had broken out of the Glasshouse at Sharafim.

Now only fifteen are left to call themselves the Glasshouse Gang Commando Unit, and live on their wits and their desert knowledge and their fighting skills, and evade both the Eighth Army and Rommel’s Afrika Korps.

One far-sighted general at Cairo H.Q. had seen a use for John Offer’s misfits and sent them to wreak death and destruction behind Rommel’s lines. And now the Germans hold hostagesâ??two of the Glasshouse Gang, prisoners in the hands of the S.S. in Benghazi. They will not live long unless their comrades can pull off another of their daring exploits…

Praise for Gordon Landsborough

“An exciting tough, fast and moving novel” – Times Literary Supplement

“It has everythingâ?¦supremely good characterisation, descriptive brilliance, and masterly in its simplicity” – Birmingham Post

“A punchy tale coupled with plenty of action – an engaging read!” – Philip McCormac

Gordon Landsborough was a publisher, author and bookseller. In the 1950s to 1980s, the publishing industry went through significant changes. Landsborough found himself at the forefront of this and used this opportunity to bring forth his innovative ideas. Other works by Landsborough included, The Violent People (1960), The Dead Commando (1976) and Black Death (1951), among many more.



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