DUET FOR THREE SPIES by H.T. Rothwell

DUET FOR THREE SPIES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This Bush-wa takes place in one of the new emergent African nations where mineral interests bring secret agent Brooks to contend against Russian Colonel Kalinin. There's a steady hum of Land Rovers and bullets and the hushed sibilants of a honey blonde Monique (""Eet is too warm to fight""). Brooks goes back a winner to England and his superior says: ""Did you ever feel that the world might be a lot better off without our kind?

Pub Date: Sept. 11th, 1967
Publisher: Roy