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    James H. Howard. Roar of the Tiger. Orion Books, 1991. First edition. Signed by eleven Flying Tigers. From a private collection in North Carolina.

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    James H. Howard. SIGNED BY 11 FLYING TIGERS. Roar of the Tiger. New York: Orion Books, 1991. First edition. Signed by the author and eleven members of the American Volunteer Group, known as the Flying Tigers. Octavo. x, 310 pages. Publisher's original binding and dust jacket. Fine in a price-clipped jacket. Signed on a special bookplate mounted to the front free endpaper by the author and: Dick Rossi, Charlie Bond, Robert M. Smith, Ed Fobes, Bob Neale, Erick Schilling, Irving Stolet, Carl Quick, Joe Rosbert, Ed Rector and Chuck Older.

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