In 1962 a team of OAS commandos stole $4(apple) million from a vault in the Algerian port city of Oran before secreting the funds in an unknown Swiss bank. Fourteen years--and an equal number of OAS liquidations--later, Alexandre Morin, one of the account's two cosigners, surfaces to track down his late partner's power of attorney in order to gain access to the fortune. French flic Roger Voss sets a trap using an empty American writer as bait. . . the scene shifts from Cannes to Madrid to Geneva. . . and you might as well sign off there. A lesser effort by the author of The Killer Elite and Viper's Game. Much lesser.