THE CAPABLANCA OPENING by David T. Chantler

THE CAPABLANCA OPENING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A recognizable espionage tracer commutes between Central America and London behind James Sawyer, US intelligence until he's dumped by his superior. He also worked, and more, with a young girl who is knifed; and he's not working with an assortment which features a prospective El Presidente, a revolutionist, and some mixed nationals (including Russians, of course) before Sawyer manages to salvage a young man about to be lost for good. A variant version accomplished with reasonable interest and as much respect for the written word as for the heinous deed.

Pub Date: March 10th, 1977
Publisher: St. Martin's