THE RUN TO MORNING by James Graham

THE RUN TO MORNING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

One of those do-or-die action numbers with the latter more possible at any imperiled moment, in which Oliver Grant, a mercenary, is forced (by the kidnapping of his blind kid sister) to take a case he would never consider otherwise -- to rescue the long-haired revolutionary stepson of a former Mafia man from a Libyan fortress. This takes place up in the air, on the water, or down in one of those redolent oubliettes, and it's maintained with maximum believability considering that it travels at a rate of speed that light might well envy.

Pub Date: Dec. 1st, 1974
Publisher: Stein & Day