THE IBIZA SYNDICATE by Bill Reade

THE IBIZA SYNDICATE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This can be taken at face value for what it's worth--millions in Michelangelos and Cellinis which Goering appropriated and are now to be auctioned on a yacht by one of those Greeks in Ibiza. It's an extortionate adventure story and the Syndicate of the title is just a diversionary decoy. Tony Makepiece Wilson who lives on Ibiza is used to run or rather swim interference; and there's lots of customized gear along with showy scenery in instant Polaroid ultramarine. For a simple story it's prodigal.

Pub Date: Dec. 6th, 1976
Publisher: St. Martin's