PASSENGER TO FRANKFURT by Agatha Christie

PASSENGER TO FRANKFURT

KIRKUS REVIEW

A geopolitical fantasia which radiates (divagates?) in all directions and begins with the use of agreeable Sir Stafford Nye, a diplomat, by a young woman on a plane and later his hijacking onto an investigating committee of the upheaval to come. This will be due to Youth Power as well as other forces, in particular a Project Benvo which promises permanent peace. The action is spotty but then Agatha Christie is enough of a grande dame to get away with her grand design in the form of a morality rather than mystery play.
Pub Date: Nov. 16th, 1970
ISBN: 0312981708
Page count: 290pp
Publisher: Dodd, Mead
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1st, 1970




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