THE FACE OF THE ENEMY by Thomas Walsh

THE FACE OF THE ENEMY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is one of Walsh's competent, rather depersonalized, tracers in which Frank-furter who works for Bruno who works for Stalberg is flown to New York to kill a man, make a pickup (microfilm) while Darrity, a lawyer, is pressured by Brightman of U.S. security to inform on an old friend, a pilot who may also be a courier. All of this takes place within a day and it's timed down to the minute to assure an hour's easy reading.

Pub Date: Feb. 10th, 1966
Publisher: Simon & Schuster