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DAVE DAWSON AT CASABLANCA

BOOKS BY R. SIDNEY BOWEN

DAVE DAWSON AT DUNKIRK

DAVE DAWSON WITH THE R. A. F.

DAVE DAWSON IN LIBYA

DAVE DAWSON ON CONVOY PATROL

DAVE DAWSON AT SINGAPORE

DAVE DAWSON WITH THE PACIFIC FLEET

DAVE DAWSON WITH THE AIR CORPS

DAVE DAWSON ON THE RUSSIAN FRONT

DAVE DAWSON FLIGHT LIEUTENANT

DAVE DAWSON WITH THE COMMANDOS

DAVE DAWSON WITH THE FLYING TIGERS

DAVE DAWSON ON GUADALCANAL

DAVE DAWSON AT CASABLANCA

by R. SIDNEY BOWEN

THE WAR ADVENTURE SERIES

CROWN PUBLISHERS NEW YORK

COPYRIGHT 1944 BY CROWN PUBLISHERS

All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book, or portions thereof, in any form.

Printed in the United States of America

DEDICATED TO JOHNNY BOGARDUS

CONTENTS

CHAPTER PAGE

I THE MAN IN GRAY 13

II JUST IN CASE 23

III SILENT LIPS 37

IV ORDERS FOR EAGLES 46

V WHISPERING DEATH 58

VI CHANGED ORDERS 76

VII BLACKOUT 90

VIII EAGLES CAN TAKE IT 103

IX DEATH STRIKES 112

X INVISIBLE EYES 125

XI MIDNIGHT RAIDER 138

XII FIGHTING HEARTS 149

XIII LURKING WINGS 163

XIV GOERING'S SNOOPERS 179

XV DEATH TAKES WINGS 194

XVI BLAZING DOOM 207

XVII VULTURES' NEST 224

XVIII EAGLES COME THROUGH 236

DAVE DAWSON AT CASABLANCA

CHAPTER ONE

The Man in Gray

The four faced clock over the information booth on the Upper Level of the Grand Central Station in New York City showed exactly twenty five minutes after three. Dave Dawson paused in his restless pacing up and down to look at it for the hundredth time in the last half hour. He glared at it, sighed heavily, and made noises deep in his throat.

"Where is that Freddy Farmer guy, anyway?" he grated to himself. "For half an hour I've been pounding shoe leather here waiting for him. Darned if he isn't worse than a woman, not being at a place on time. But he's probably lost. And if he is, he can stay lost for all I care."

With a sharp nod for emphasis, he walked over to the newsstand and bought a bar of candy. The Union News lad back of the counter glanced at the row of decoration ribbons under Dawson's wings, and gave him a smile and the kind of look that said he'd like to hear about some of Dawson's experiences. Dave ignored the look, however, and turned away. He didn't want to talk about the war. In fact, he didn't even want to think about it. Freddy and he were enjoying a much deserved leave, and they still had four days to go... Continue reading book >>




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