SUMATRA SEVEN ZERO by Oswald Wynd

SUMATRA SEVEN ZERO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Sir Ewain Clintock-McFay is brought back from the Scottish highlands on assignment--Burma to find out what's behind the death of British Agent Hearn, who, incidentally, owned one of the largest ruby mines in the country. And now his stepdaughter-in-law has disappeared. ""Clint"" finds himself a traveling companion to Hearn's ex-wife, sixty-going-on-twenty-five who eventually proves to have as many guts as hormone shots. Wynd is an old China roustabout and it's a good story.

Pub Date: Sept. 11th, 1968
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace & World