For all its price, this is still action-adventure. Laid in North Africa, and a squeeze play for Redfern, who is to catalog...

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THE GOLDEN SALAMANDER

For all its price, this is still action-adventure. Laid in North Africa, and a squeeze play for Redfern, who is to catalog and ship museum specimens to England, this accounts for the loyalty of a girl, the enmity of the local tycoon, Serafis, and his many henchmen, which keep Redforn in a state of siege. Inventorying the treasure he learns the duplicity of his helpers, he is unwittingly the cause of a murder, and is finally forced into a vicious hare and hounds. Open field on cheating death.

Pub Date: Jan. 19, 1948

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: M. S. Mill

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1, 1948