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The Sergeant is a series of nine pulp-novels written by Len Levinson under the pseudonym Gordon Davis.

The Sergeant is a series of nine pulp-novels written by Len Levinson under the pseudonym Gordon Davis. The Sergeant" is Clarence James "CJ" Mahoney, a fictional character created by the author. The series details his adventures and exploits as a . GI, and former US Army Ranger, fighting in France during World War II.

The Liberation of Paris. 1981) (The fourth book in the Sergeant series) A novel by Gordon Davis (Len Levinson). As the Allied army's deadly fire rips the Nazis to shreds, maverick Sgt C. J. Mahoney and his kill-crazy sidekick Cranepool have drawn a sweet assignment: to spearhead the first infantry assault in the liberation of Paris. Champagne and girls to the victors!

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The Sergeant 4 - Len Levinson. They followed the sergeant out of the tent into the bright glare of the afternoon. Before them, a sea of men surrounded the ring which was set on a platform six feet high. The sergeant from Special Services chewed gum as he made a path through the troops.

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Comments: (7)

Chi
Not exactly great writing, but a dam good read
Kefrannan
Good
Zargelynd
Great Series!
Gralinda
I first discovered The Sergeant as a teenager, before I imagined I would one day be a soldier myself. This was my introduction to the series, and to the war genre.

Davis' work is rare in that whatever age I was when I read it or re-read it, the experience was just as entertaining (though I developed an appreciation for his scene shifts into the German field commands to provide strategic perspective as I grew older).

The Sergeant is Master Sergeant Clarence Mahoney, a senior non-com from Hell's Kitchen in NYC, who speaks fluent French and German, and is invincible in bayonet combat (which he sees a lot of). He's actually a rather despicable brute who I would shy away from in real life. He's a selfish, ruthless pragmatist with limited intelligence or imagination, who will deflower any female willing to raise her skirts (and, like the bayonet clashes in this WWII setting, the frequency of instances defy believability). And I mean ANY female, as proven in this story. And he's not ashamed to pay for it, either. His trusty, loyal sidekick is Corporal Cranepool, who he speaks to with extreme condescension. Sounds like a real-life NCO, personality-wise.

The story opens with Mahoney fighting the division heavyweight champ as a sort of morale-boosting exhibition for the troops. Our pack-of-cigarettes-a-day, boozing, whoring protagonist is too tough (and stupid?) to go down from the champ's more polished boxing skills, and clubs him unconscious. This gets him the attention of some senior officers, who decide to attach him, Cranepool and some other G.I.s to a French formation slated to liberate Paris from the Germans. "Cushy" duty.

But nothing is cushy for Mahoney for long, and he finds himself in the midst of a see-saw tank battle between the French and Germans, and then in urban combat during the liberation. At one point he enters a Parisian shop during the lull in battle, and hears the sound of a typewriter beyond the locked door of a basement. This strange detail is never overtly explained, but during another scene he encounters war correspondent Ernest Hemingway, who is covering the liberation. I suspect it was Hemingway locked in the basement with the typewriter.

There is a XXX porno scene in a fancy hotel with two French prostitutes, and more graphic violence than you can shake an M-1 Garand at. I think some of us enjoy reading about this incorrigible barbarian so much because we subconsciously wish we could unleash our own primordial base instincts with the same abandon, once in a while, and suffer no significant consequences...just like the Sergeant.

OK, so I've just described an exploitative escapist book full of graphic violence and sex, about an amoral neanderthal who you wouldn't want anything to do with if you met him in real life. Now I'm admitting that I always enjoy reading it and will probably read it again some day.

Henry Brown is the author of TEOTWAWKI aviation adventure The Delayed Blitz(Krieg), as well as the military thriller Hell and Gone and its sequel, Tier Zero. He is the columns editor at New Pulp Fiction, and does some blogging of his own at the Two-Fisted Blogger.
Blackstalker
Good story line and great character. in Sgt. Seems to lead special life as never gets really shot..later Lew
Bloodray
it bought because , my husband loves war stories. he like this kind of books. he bought the whole series
Gajurus
Came quickly and was what I expected.
Liberation of Paris: The Sergeant download epub
Author: Gordon Davis
ISBN: 0553147080
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Bantam Books (July 1981)