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  1. The Feather Men is a 1991 novel by the British adventurer Sir Ranulph Fiennes.The book was initially published on 17 October 1991 by Bloomsbury Publishing.In 2011 it was loosely adapted into the film Killer Elite.

    • Ranulph Fiennes
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    • 1991
    • 17 October 1991
  2. Oct 17, 1991 · The Feather Men is a 1991 novel by the British adventurer Sir Ranulph Fiennes. The book was initially published on 17 October 1991 by Bloomsbury Publishing. In 2011, it was loosely adapted into the film Killer Elite.

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  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › The_Killer_Elite_(2011_film)Killer Elite (film) - Wikipedia

    The Feather Men. The plot for the film is based on the novel The Feather Men by Ranulph Fiennes. Several elements from the book were altered to make the film seem more believable to a cinema audience. Fiennes claims that a secret society called the "Feather Men", made up of retired and disabled SAS members, was operating in the shadows.

  5. The Feather Men is a 1991 novel by the British adventurer Sir Ranulph Fiennes.The book was initially published on 17 October 1991 by Bloomsbury Publishing.In 2011 it was loosely adapted into the film Killer Elite.

  6. Feathermen are born with cloud path dao marks, they are skilled at flying. In terms of slave trade, even though Feathermen were inferior to Hairy Men, they were much better than Rockmen. Especially in Western Desert forces, they sacrificed a large number of Feathermen yearly, the demand for Featherman slaves was always high and unceasing.

  7. Sep 30, 1991 · The Feather Men is the riveting story of the efforts by a private British vigilance committee to eliminate a band of coldblooded contract killers. From 1977 to 1990, three hired assassins known as the Clinic tracked down and murdered four former British soldiers, one at a time.

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