Books by Colin D. Peel

BLOOD OF YOUR SISTERS by Colin D. Peel
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: March 11, 1997

"Rayner takes the whole thing personally, but nobody familiar with Peel's long record (Dark Armada, 1995, etc.) should make the same mistake."
A routine assignment to trace the path of some illicit Angolan diamonds leads a freelance adventurer to the obligatory fate-of-nations scenario. Read full book review >
DARK ARMADA by Colin D. Peel
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Dec. 13, 1995

"Undemandingly stripped-down intrigue with explosions obbligato, though the whole affair seems to be extruded through a time warp."
At the narrow end of the wedge, a solitary aircraft explosion over the Solomon Islands; at the other end, the balance of power in the Mideast arms race. Read full book review >
COVENANT OF THE POPPIES by Colin D. Peel
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 20, 1993

"The action is low-grade, the surprises few, and despite JARO's well-advertised ruthlessness, McConnell never seems to be in serious danger—except, like the reader, from an overdose of routine."
An arms dealer on a routine assignment in Afghanistan walks into the middle of a heroin-dealing scheme—with the usual globally monstrous implications. Read full book review >
ATOLL by Colin D. Peel
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 1, 1992

"Action-adventure guaranteed not to raise the pulse."
Far-fetched adventure yarn from Peel (Snowtrap, 1985, etc.), this one centering on the misdeeds of the French on the Polynesian atoll of Mururoa, which, after 30-odd years of their underwater nuclear tests, has now started to leak radioactive contaminate. Read full book review >