FEAR IS THE KEY by Allstair Maclean

FEAR IS THE KEY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This story fulfills the demands of sustained crisis in a tale of revenge and retribution. A prelude gives the clue; the balance of the plot traces the steps by which Talbot -- under various aliases -- plays out the part of a ruthless murderer, a hi-jacker, a desperado, and only in the last third does his true identity emerge and then with confusing duality. This is good fireside entertainment (if nothing more) for thriller fans.

Pub Date: Oct. 10th, 1961
ISBN: 000728926X
Publisher: Doubleday