URSE OF THE KILLER WHALE by Lawrence J. Hunt

URSE OF THE KILLER WHALE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Reluctantly Mike Grant, a trained but inexperienced engineer, gives up his plans to work with his father in Alaska to become an undercover agent. The missile launching site at Chatawa is riddled with saboteurs and Mike must weed them out, investigate the superstitions of the Alaskan Indian workers about a killer whale, and see that the project gets underway. In so doing, he solves a murder, three kidnappings, and a sinking of a ship, and to do so he shows his skill at skin diving, flying, fist fighting and sleuthing. The action is never at a standstill and if you do not use those gnawing principles of reality testing or cold logic, you will be entertained.

Publisher: Funk & Wagnalls