THE LAST HEROES by John Gill

THE LAST HEROES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Nice places to be, Casablanca, Antibes, with luxury accommodations, except if you are, like Dumont -- a flyer, recruited by Charles Ingrain who has a big steal on his conscienceless mind lifting some impressionist paintings from the Turner Gallery in London and getting them out of the country via horse van and plane. Ingram has a contingency plan for everything which might go wrong and does -- in a flammable finale, and a price to pay if you can survive to collect it. . . . More courage than conviction, but an extravagant entertainment with all the go-mits which promise success -- one step ahead of the genre.

Pub Date: March 12th, 1974
Publisher: Random House