SHAMELADY by James Mayo

SHAMELADY

By
Email this review

KIRKUS REVIEW

Mayo is becoming synonomous with mayhem and this is the third in the Charles Hood trilogy of violence. This time Agent Hood is confronted by arch-criminal Nicholas Rosario known to the public as ""the last of the international playboys."" The object of his current game is forty-two tons of Russian gold. And he has a clever scheme to use Hood to transport this grand heist to Switzerland. There are some unusual twists on the old booze, broads and beatings syndrome, not to mention a computer named Lulu. Imagine being threatened by micro-groove. It's a Lulu all right.

Pub Date: Dec. 7th, 1966
Publisher: Morrow