The Leopard Hunts in Darkness - Section 12, Pages 277 - 299 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 12, Pages 277 - 299 Summary

Both vehicles driven in by the guerrillas were disabled, but by pulling the rear wheels off the first and putting them on the second, they could create a running vehicle. The problem is then reduced to lack of fuel. With thirty miles to the airstrip, Craig knew they would have to move fast to stay ahead of the incoming troops. Tungata knows by looking at Craig that he feels each and every life lost, and though their side lost fourteen men, Comrade Lookout considered it to be an acceptable loss for the rescue of Tungata. Between the two tanks, they only had about fifteen liters of fuel but at the last moment Craig remembers the generator. Sure enough, when he goes to check on it, he finds it full. It takes very little time to siphon and be on...

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