ISLE OF THE SNAKES by Robert L. Fish
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ISLE OF THE SNAKES

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Fish, who for his first book The Fugitive was tapped (in other quarters) as the brightest new talent of 1962, tells a second smoldering story of a man in a white who travels up from the interior to become a corpse without a name in Rio. Captain Jose Da Silva of Interpol, a man of courage and impulsive insight, and Wilson of the American Embassy, conduct the search which leads from the dead coral snake in a package and the markings on its skin, to the isle of the snakes. A vicious fascination, indeed.

Publisher: Simon & Schuster