A PRIDE OF DOLPHINS by Mark Hebden

A PRIDE OF DOLPHINS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Colonel Mostyn (toffish) and Venner (middling square) of a ""small"" British intelligence agency, bend their considerable deductive talents to the recruitment of ex-submarine personnel in Portsmouth; the snatch of a submarine-stage-set; and the spectacular off-shore hijack of an underseas nerve gas carrier bound for Africa. Easygoing banter smoothes the wake of some savage action and top-hole suspense.

Pub Date: Feb. 27th, 1974
Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich