THE SPY WHO DIED TWICE by Michael Bar-Zohar

THE SPY WHO DIED TWICE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

One of those ultracomplicated international hotfoots in which you can hardly tell your right from your left, which begins with the ritual sacrifice (?) of an anthropologist (?) in Haiti, ties in with the funeral of the same man a year before in St. Tropez, and goes practically around the world (Spain, Russia, Israel, etc.) to establish whether the twice-buried man is England's superspy. . .or Russia's double-agent implant. Fast and all right if you don't stop to think once.

Pub Date: March 19th, 1975
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin