THE AFFAIR OF SWAN LAKE by Patrick O'Malley

THE AFFAIR OF SWAN LAKE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Counter-espionage in Minnesota with chatty agents Harrigan and Hoeffler sniffing out an enemy power plant on Swan Lake. A talk with the Old Man, and H. & H. hole up at Happy Hunting Lodge to riffle through a T. S. Eliot discussion group and Lake regulars. The doings and identities of the spies in the ring bent on fouling up our missiles are for the most part revealed at the start, and their activities run parallel to the sleuthing. For the male market -- lots of action, bombs, machines and wires and a storm -- albeit too arch for the rugged.

Publisher: Morrow