A COOL DAY FOR KILLING by William Haggard

A COOL DAY FOR KILLING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Shahbaddin might sound like an Arabian Nights resort but in this cool, clear, Charles Russell thriller, Shahbaddin is a principality ruled these many years by a line of immigrant Scots, the Radens. After the assassination of her father, Sheila Raden finds herself with some hot crown jewels and a cold war between Shahbaddin's native Malay and immigrant Chinese. Whitehall wants the country in its Federation but the Communists have other plans and, as usual, it's a meticulously mitigated, but devious, situation which Charles unsnarls.

Pub Date: Dec. 2nd, 1968
Publisher: Walker