No Man's World: The Alleyman by Pat KelleherNo Man's World: The Alleyman by Pat Kelleher

No Man's World: The Alleyman

byPat Kelleher

Paperback | October 9, 2012

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The thrilling third book in the No Man's World series brings the tale of the Battalion of Fusiliers (who vanished from the WW1 battlefield of the Somme and found themselves stranded on an alien world) to a stunning conclusion. Is this really the end of their story?

Four months after the Pennine Fusiliers vanished from the Somme, they are still stranded on the alien world. As Lieutenant Everson tries to discover the true intentions of their alien prisoner, he finds he must quell the unrest within his own ranks while helping foment insurrection among the alien Khungarrii.
Beyond the trenches, Lance Corporal Atkins and his Black Hand gang are reunited with the ironclad tank, Ivanhoe, and its crew. On the trail of Jeffries, the diabolist they hold responsible for their predicament, they are forced to face the obscene horrors that lie within the massive Croatoan Crater, a place inextricably tied to the history of the alien chatts and native urmen alike.
Above it all, Lieutenant Tulliver of the Royal Flying Corp, soars free of the confines of alien gravity, where the true scale of the planet’s mystery is revealed. However, to uncover the truth he must join forces with an unsuspected ally.
Pat Kelleher lives in Manchester, England. He has written for a wide variety of TV licensed characters across a bewildering array of media, meeting one or two celebrities along the way. He has worked for BBC Magazines, Egmont, Marvel UK, and Panini amongst others. He has several non-fiction books to his credit. This is his third novel.
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Title:No Man's World: The AlleymanFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 7.75 × 5 × 1.1 inPublished:October 9, 2012Publisher:AbaddonLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1781080259

ISBN - 13:9781781080252

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