QUEEN VICTORIA'S REVENGE by Harry Harrison

QUEEN VICTORIA'S REVENGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

FBI man Tony Hawkin has found his niche selling chocolate bullets in the Bureau's gift shop when he's suddenly propelled into the middle of a skyjacking that involves such unlikely comrades at arms as the Free Scotland movement, a clutch of anti-Castro Cubans and some Arab guerrillas. The Scot absconds with the two million dollar plane ransom, leading to much dashing about the English countryside in various vehicles with various weapons merrily popping. Pall-mall action, some smiles and the amiably Ferdinand the Bull-ish hero make this an appealing spoof.

Pub Date: July 12th, 1974
Publisher: Doubleday