Summary

Quiller's latest field mission on behalf of British Intelligence is to discover whether a fellow British agent, located in Miami, is secretly working for another government or organization. Quiller finds himself in the crosshairs of the Florida mafia, Soviet spies, and a cabal bent on world domination as he struggles to uncover the truth. The 14th novel in the series that began with Edgar Award winner The Quiller Memorandum.
©1990 Trevor Productions Inc., Copyright assigned 2011 to Chaille Groom Trevor (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Jonathan on 07-10-13

Old school Bond style minimal spy fiction

Just fantastically paired down spy fiction... Very Fleming, with a choppy cut down writing style that feels like Paul Greengrass has trimmed the narrative for filming. Like reading McCormacks Road you have to get into the raw simple use of language. The story isn't very PC, there's a wiff of misogynistic seventies views of women but as I said very Fleming...

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