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Wolverine by Claremont, Chris, 1950-

"Wolverine travels East on an errand of love, but finds only fury awaiting him! Humiliated in battle before Mariko Yashida, Wolverine vents his rage against the Hand and his passions with the battle-hungry Yukio! As he struggles with his inner man and beast, he must decide which will better serve him to defeat his enemies and reclaim his beloved in his first solo series from start to finish!" --p.[4] of cover.

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Sniper's honor : a Bob Lee Swagger novel by Hunter, Stephen, 1946-

"Washington Post correspondent Kathy Reilly taps her friend, former marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger to find information on a World War II female sniper. As they travel to Russia and the Carpathian Mountains, someone is determined to stop them at any cost"--

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