THE JADE FIGURINE by Jack Foxx

THE JADE FIGURINE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Out of Singapore, Connell, a former smuggler, current charter pilot, is asked by one La Croix to fly a stolen museum-worthy white jade figurine out of the country. La Croix doesn't live long, neither do a couple of others, and while this doesn't stop moving, it's not more than a cheap action one-shot, no different than those others you forget with rudimentary dialogue and characters that are barely poached.

Pub Date: Jan. 4th, 1972
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill