A Russian agent is sighted in Argyll, deserted country indeed, and Kendrick, a London reporter, is sent there and has a hard...

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REPORT FROM ARGYLL

A Russian agent is sighted in Argyll, deserted country indeed, and Kendrick, a London reporter, is sent there and has a hard time choosing up teams between a blonde with a pistol, a local dominie, a Colonel once stationed in Moscow and some an-Islamic unionists. Where it tries hardest it succeeds least-- to be debonair; and at best it is precipitous, rather obviously prearranged, adventure.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1963